4 replies, 3 voices Last updated by Norman Harris 1 years, 8 months ago
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    • #50057

      Randall Blanchard
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      @leftblank15

      What is the best plan, for a single-person, who brings his own phone ?

    • #50090

      TeamKomando:John
      Participant
      @264458

      Hello leftblank15,

      For the cheapest reliable service, I’d go with Google-Fi, if you do not use very much mobile data then the Flexible for 1 plan would be best. Keep in mind they charge you 10.00 for every 1Gb of data you use when not on Wi-Fi.

      https://fi.google.com/about/plans/

    • #50095

      Randall Blanchard
      Participant
      @leftblank15

      I have never even heard, of “Google-Fi”, and I avoid Google, whenever i can — got something else ?

    • #50133

      TeamKomando:John
      Participant
      @264458

      Hello leftblank15,

      T-Mobile has a plan for you, starting at $15.00 a month going up to $25.00 a month. Both plans cap their data for the best pricing.

      You can click or tap here for more information from T-Mobile.

    • #55006

      Norman Harris
      Participant
      @Norman Harris

      There are a number of desirable plans, someone mentioned the T-Mobile CONNECT by T-Mobile that is 10 dollars per month for the 1 gb 1000 minutes 1000 texts plan plus taxes and fees and unlimited talk and text plans with 3GB at $15 6GB at $25 per month. However you can get Mint Mobile, an MVNO plan for just $15 per month if you pay $45 for 3 months then after the first 3 months you need to pay $15 x 12 = $180 for a WHOLE YEAR up front. The rate rises a bit, I think to $20 per month if you want to do 3 months or 6 months at a time, they have no monthly billing. If you need the coverage of Verizon, then Twigby is a great source for service, you can get 4GB now for about $20 per month or 1 GB for 15 per month. The MVNOs in general, are better than the big carriers of us single phone users, the big carriers are trying to market to people{families} who need 3,4 or 5 lines.

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