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Which Unlimited Smartphone Plan Should You Get?

Which Unlimited Smartphone Plan Should You Get?

You want to enjoy wireless services that are free of restrictions and overage charges? Then you should get yourself an unlimited smartphone plan. But the question is: which one should you get? It depends of course on your particular needs. But if you want to know what is currently available right now, you might want to read through the rest of this post.

 

Most unlimited plans nowadays pretty much include unlimited calls, unlimited text messaging, and unlimited data. Although you have to be more careful about the unlimited data plan part because not all wireless carriers offer unlimited data that is high-speed. For instance, some of them may throttle your data use when you have go beyond a certain data allotment in a month.

 

If you are the type of person that does not want to be tied to a postpaid commitment, then prepaid is the way to go. Your best option may be to go for a plan offered by Boost Mobile, a prepaid subsidiary of Sprint. Boost Mobile's unlimited prepaid plans typically start at $40 a month. However, not all of its data is high-speed -- for example, the $40 plan gets you 1 gigabyte at 4G LTE speeds but if you use data more than that, then you get throttled. If you see yourself using up more data, then you should try checking out Boost Mobile's higher-tier plans, which include a $50 plan that includes 5 gigabytes at high speed, and a $60 plan that comes with 10 gigabytes at high-speed.

 

Interested in limited-time offers? Try MetroPCS, T-Mobile's prepaid brand. MetroPCS just unveiled a $50 unlimited LTE promo that promises unlimited 4G LTE data. MetroPCS also offers a $40 plan that has 2 gigabytes of LTE data and a $50 plan that has unlimited (but throttled) data.

 

What about an unlimited plan that comes with an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus? Sprint has got you covered with its $50 unlimited plan that is exclusive for iPhone devices. This is also includes unlimited talk, text messaging and data without throttling or high-speed limit. Wait -- you do not want to pay the $600 price upfront? Why not go for Sprint's iPhone for Life deal? You can get a new iPhone 6 by paying $20 every month for a period of two years. 

 

Are you thinking of getting an unlimited plan for your family? Your best option may be T-Mobile's family plan, which gives you a couple of lines of service with unlimited talk, text messaging, and unlimited 4G LTE data for $100 a month, with any additional line of service costing $40 a month. Furthermore, you can add up to 10 lines, with each line enjoying the basic inclusions, plus WiFi calling, unlimited international SMS, rollover data, international data roaming, free in-flight texting, and free music streaming services from Spotify, Pandora, iTunes Radio, and Rhapsody.

 

Speaking of music streaming, you can also get an unlimited music plan if you are a big music lover. ROK Mobile offers unlimited talk, text, and data (5 gigabytes at 4G LTE speeds) for just under $50 a month. 

 

Lastly, do you travel abroad often? If you do, you might want to check out Simple Mobile's $50 unlimited international calling plan, which already includes unlimited voice calls, text and data (the first 1 gigabyte of data is at high speed), as well as unlimited international calling to 10 phone numbers each billing cycle, plus unlimited international text messaging.

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