What is the most cost-effective cell phone provider service with unlimited data for smart...
Well I can only talk for the UK but
3 do an "all you can eat" data plus 2000 minutes and 5000 texts for 35 with a free HTC Desire HD
but really it isnt just about the provider as if you go to them direct it is quite expensive whereas here
shows that going through a 3rd party saves an awful lot of money.
Few providers actually mean unlimited when they say unlimited.
Tmobile has just announced a cut and most say that 1GB counts as unlimited!
Now that the iPhone is hitting Verizon, there is going to be some juggling around in price. I think Sprint currently holds the best deal on the market for $69.99 for unlimited everything. However, as this competition in this market heats up I would not be surprised to see a price war very soon.
Depending on your budget. There is Virgin Mobile that offers unlimited data / messaging for 300 minutes for about $60. Also Metro PCS offers similar plans for smartphones with data plans.
Right now I pay a sweet $80 and you know im really not sure why lol
Minutes, Texting pix and flix as well as net. But I dont really use the net on my droid and its another $20 you have to spend hmmm these smart phone plans are way over priced
Solavei is $49 unlimited Data, Talk Text, plus your local tax.
You have to have a GSM phone, unlocked. If it was used on T mobile you won't need to have it unlocked.
they have a one time sign up fee of about $49, but its prepaid service, no contracts, and great service for where I live. Visit the link below:
You can learn all about Solavei, and check the coverage map to make sure you have service. I have used all the major providers and for the price and coverage, I am happy with Solavei.
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