Question pretty much self explanatory.
I have sprint. Going back to t-mobile when my contract ends
- verizon19% (3)8% (1)14% (4)Vote
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- us cellular6% (1)0% (0)4% (1)Vote
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- boost mobile6% (1)0% (0)4% (1)Vote
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Been with them for over 14 years (since 2001 when I was a sophomore in high school).
I love the fact that I know exactly how much my cell phone service is going to cost, and what I get for that $ amount. Also not being locked into a contract is nice too.
There are two main downsides of a no-contract plan.
1) The phones are always a few editions behind. So you don't get the "latest and greatest" cell phones. No iPhone 6 or Galaxy S6 Edge for you.
2) You pay full retail price for the phone itself. So if u want a Galaxy S5 you'll be paying $500 for the phone up front, which is quite pricey. A very solid phone can be purchased for about $100.
The phones available are good enough for my smartphone needs, so I don't trip about not having the "sexy cool phones". Never felt the need to come off of Virgin Mobile.
$35 for 300 minutes and unlimited data (2.5GB at full 4G speeds), and I paid $200 for an above-average-specs Android phone 1.5 years ago and it's still running strong.
Works for me! ;-)0