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Best Phone Plans

  1. THEPOD
    Gingerbread Jul 23, 2014

    THEPOD , Jul 23, 2014 :
    So I live in Northeast America and all I really want is the cheapest plan with unlimited text and a lot of data. Any suggestions?
     
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  3. mjalaeeamja
    Gingerbread Jul 23, 2014


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  4. THEPOD
    Gingerbread Jul 23, 2014

    THEPOD , Jul 23, 2014 :
    Whoops! Fixed in first post now.
     

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  6. THEPOD
    Gingerbread Jul 23, 2014

    THEPOD , Jul 23, 2014 :
    Oh bummer. Thanks anyway homie!
     

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  7. djrollt22
    Eclair Jul 23, 2014

    djrollt22 , Jul 23, 2014 :
    The T-Mobile $30 5GB Unl Text and 100 Talk is great if you don't call often. Its a lesser known about plan that they don't advertise.
     

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  8. djrollt22
    Eclair Jul 23, 2014

    djrollt22 , Jul 23, 2014 :
    You can use it on any unlocked phone even though some people falsely claim you have to buy a Walmart phone and refill there (I'm assuming oneplus will be your choice). This is not true. I have had crazy fast speeds with T-Mobile in Minneapolis but not sure about your location.
     

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  9. THEPOD
    Gingerbread Jul 23, 2014

    THEPOD , Jul 23, 2014 :
    What happens if you go over 5gb? Plus can I just go to T-Mobile, get a SIM card and have them set it up for me?
     

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  10. djrollt22
    Eclair Jul 23, 2014

    djrollt22 , Jul 23, 2014 :
    If you go over 5gb you are throttled. This is very hard to do though. A lot of stores don't activate this plan. The best way to do it is to just order a prepaid micro sim card at http://prepaid-phones.t-mobile.com/sim-card. Check your T-Mobile coverage before hand. I'll add more details after work :p
     

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  11. THEPOD
    Gingerbread Jul 23, 2014

    THEPOD , Jul 23, 2014 :
    Thanks! Yeah I'm at work too :confused:
     

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  12. Max Harry Johnson
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 23, 2014

    Max Harry Johnson , Jul 23, 2014 :
    I use T-Mobile $30 100min/unlimited text/5GB prepaid plan. Switched to MetroPCS $60 unlimited everything which use the same network, which is also good, but it required $15 activation fee for any new phone and I don't use that much minutes or data, so I switched back to T-Mobile $30 5GB.

    A good balance of minutes and data is the Target's BrightSpot $35 plan, which is another T-Mobile prepaid. It's 300min/unlimited text/3GB data.

    If you want cheap AT&T prepaid, you can try CricketWireless. There is also GoSmartMobile which is another T-Mobile owned prepay. Both of these limit your LTE speed.
     

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  13. rnmhaag
    Jelly Bean Jul 23, 2014

    rnmhaag , Jul 23, 2014 :
    The $30 TMobile is a great plan if you don't need talk minutes...I don't think any major can do better...coverage is good generally.
     

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  14. THEPOD
    Gingerbread Jul 23, 2014

    THEPOD , Jul 23, 2014 :
    I really like Target so Brightspot is definately a possibility but $30/month is hard to beat. Can you buy a pre-paid SIM cards from a T-Mobile store (aka not online)?
     

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  15. hashtagabdul
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 23, 2014

    hashtagabdul , Jul 23, 2014 :
    Unlim. text/talk/data with windmobile for $30/month (old plan) the new one is $35/month...
    data is not LTE, only HSPA+
     

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  16. THEPOD
    Gingerbread Jul 23, 2014

    THEPOD , Jul 23, 2014 :
    Is this only for Canada?
     

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  17. ChrisTerp
    Lollipop Jul 23, 2014

    ChrisTerp , Jul 23, 2014 :
    I have T-Mobile and pay $80/month for unlimited everything with no throttling on data. Good luck making your decision.
     

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  18. hashtagabdul
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 23, 2014


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  19. vishnu2
    Froyo Jul 23, 2014

    vishnu2 , Jul 23, 2014 :
    yeah $30 T-Mobile plan is best if u don't need talk.

    I personally use the pay-go plan from ptel because I don't need data or text
     

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  20. mattd04639
    Honeycomb Jul 23, 2014

    mattd04639 , Jul 23, 2014 :
    As I (and countless others) have posted in other threads, T-Mobile's $30 prepaid plan with 100 minutes, unlimited texting and unlimited data (with the first 5GBs at full speed) is a great deal for the money, if T-Mobile has good coverage in your area. If 100 minutes is not enough, you could always subscribe to one of the many VoIP services. With VoIP, that's practically unlimited everything for $30.
     

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