Tired of the terrible quality of voice calls on mobile? You probably need a new phone; today VoLTE phones are the way to go. VoLTE is short for voice-over LTE, and it means that your carrier enables you to make phone calls using faster, high-bandwidth data connections rather than slower connections that result in lower sound quality.
Mint Mobile has some of the cheapest data around, but Google Fi offers more data and family plans. If you've got the right phone, Google Fi even has better coverage, especially when you leave the country.
When you switch to Metro by T-Mobile, you can get a free 5G phone as well as an unlimited plan with 5G support for $25 per month for two years. Metro points out this is half the price of competitors Boost Mobile and Cricket Wireless for comparable plan.
Tello has many great features, a ton of data options, and great prices, but so does Mint Mobile, with a set of plans that will make more sense for many Android users. Both networks can use the T-Mobile network with 5G, so it really comes down to which plan works best for you.
Ultra Mobile offers a wide range of data plans with something that will work for just about anyone and thanks to the T-Mobile network, just about any phone will work. To get the most of the network, you'll want to make sure you phone has the hardware to keep up.
Ultra Mobile and Cricket Mobile are two MVNOs on the T-Mobile and AT&T networks that offer inexpensive cell phone plans. The right one for you depends on whether you prefer multi-month or multi-line savings.
Ultra Mobile not only offers prepaid cell phone plans on the T-Mobile network, but it also has a pay-as-you-go option for anyone who needs more flexibility and doesn't want to spend more than necessary.
Mint Mobile officially supports 5G on its network on all plans. Making the most of T-Mobile's 5G network, Mint Mobile customers will be able to access the low-band, mid-band, and millimeter-wave 5G connection if they have a phone that supports it.
Ultra Mobile has a huge selection of plans for just about anyone with a focus on providing affordable calling and roaming rates in countries around the globe. Ultra Mobile also has savings for multi-month plans with unlimited data options.
Tello and Ultra Mobile use T-Mobile's network to offer some of the most inexpensive cell phone plans. Whether you're looking to build your own plan or save some money buying in bulk, you're guaranteed to find the right plan with one of these MVNOs.
Both Mint Mobile and Ultra Mobile offer a variety of plans on T-Mobile's network. Mint Mobile focuses more on getting rates as low as possible for customers willing to buy up to a year of service upfront. Ultra Mobile offers a huge selection of plans including single and multi-month plans allowing customers to find a good fit for their needs.