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Which Wi-fi Carrier Is Most affordable T-Cell, Dash, AT&T or Verizon

31 Jul Which Wi-fi Carrier Is Most affordable T-Cell, Dash, AT&T or Verizon



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17 Comments
  • Arely Tecuatl Perez
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    Sooooooo sprint? Is good

  • Darrell Williams
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    With Sprint, if you did the iPhone Forever Lease you get one every year… They used to have a program called Galaxy Forever but they discontinued that.

  • BreakingDimes 0_0
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    If you want the best plans with the best coverage go with cricket. They use AT&T towers

  • smbobcat 360
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    people forget why tmobile is better than sprint….because its all about easily switching sim cards in gsm phones and taking it wherever you want

  • jay johnson
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    I have Verizon and only pay 170 a month for three phones and a tablet

  • Roderick Hinds
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    and have 4 devices

  • Roderick Hinds
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    I have Verizon and only pay 175 for 20gb

  • Roderick Hinds
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    Verizon does offer a 12 early upgrade every 12 months

  • RejectedSpiritX
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    Sprint is the cheapest, then T Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon. However, Sprint has the god awful worst coverage.

  • darin586
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    I have the AT&T unlimited data plan and overall pay roughly around 120 a month I also have a tablet on that line which puts the monthly bill at about 130 ish. (also Sprint does offer a forever Samsung plan now like the forever iPhone)

  • darin586
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    I have the AT&T unlimited data plan and overall pay roughly around 120 a month I also have a tablet on that line which puts the monthly bill at about 130 ish. (also Sprint does offer a forever Samsung plan now like the forever iPhone)

  • darin586
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    I have the AT&T unlimited data plan and overall pay roughly around 120 a month I also have a tablet on that line which puts the monthly bill at about 130 ish. (also Sprint does offer a forever Samsung plan like the forever iPhone)

  • Dylan Edwards
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    I have sprint and i like them. I feel like you get robbed with Verizon and at and t.

  • hardyman
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    I currently have Sprint and they over charge

  • MrSkateboardKing One Direction 1D
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    Sprint is Total Garbage T-Mobile and AT&T all the way.

  • ttwiitch twitch
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    Good video but ure missing many new facts. Sprint does accept any GSM/CDMA phone unlocked…(MXPE, N6, N6P N5, N5x and many more). Second, Sprint offers free intl talk and text and 1gb high speed data to most ALL other countries, specially South America….and unlimited 3G after that. Last but not least, Sprint just announced an unlimited family plan that is $37.50 per line for 4 lines and $30 any additional line after that. Not to mention, Sprint is #4 in size but #3 and gaining steam to #2 in Network quality with LTE PLUS and carrier aggregation. Just some info :)

  • Matt Elness
    Posted at 09:23h, 31 July

    You didn't add device protection to the Sprint, Verizon, or AT&T costs. Sprint would still be a "cheaper" monthly base rate, but their monthly taxes and fees, plus the $33 for device protection, would put it much closer to T-Mobile. T-Mobile also outperforms Sprint in most tests. Customer service is worth the little bit extra as well :)