Which Is the Best Smartphone Plan for You?

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T-Mobile AT&TBy Lisa Gerstner

If you fit one of these profiles, you may save money by signing up for one of the phone plans we list (prices don't include taxes and fees). Consider comparing rates from local carriers as well. You can also use tools at www.myrateplan.com and www.billshrink.com to steer you toward a low-cost plan.



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rainingnails

I just switched to a new company Ting because I needed a smartphone plan that was cheaper than any of these options. Ting uses Sprint's networks and allows you to choose plans depending on usage, and if you use less than you expect they give you a credit. It's no contract. I still have a house phone and access to WIFI so I can easily minimize my data and calls, so mine is coming out to about $20 a month with tax and all. They are offering $25 off new phones with this link https://zbo4gognd1.ting.com/

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None.

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