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Steps for the best cell phone plan…
Relax. You’re in the right place to find the perfect cell phone plan.
- Define your budget. How much are you willing to pay each month?
- Estimate your usage: Think out how much talk, text and data right now, and what are you planning on for the future. Most of us now use over 3GB of data per month. Find out how much you need here.
- Think about where you use your phone: This will be important in checking the coverage with the carrier.
Many carriers now offer unlimited data plans. You might not need unlimited data, but if that’s what you need, check out our guide to the Best Unlimited Data plans available right now.
Whatever your lifestyle, there's a plan and a carrier to fit.
Some carriers are focussed on coverage, others are focussed on innovation. Some are purely focussed on price and value. The best carrier is a personal choice. The key things that you should look for:
Value for money
Coverage & network
Ease of navigating plans on carrier’s website / customer service / perceived customer experience & support
“All in” pricing V.S. prices + taxes and further fees
Is the carrier an innovator or a follower?
Is the carrier customer focussed?
Since most providers offer a variety of services, it may be easier to use an existing connection to access another service. For example, a provider could connect your cable internet utilizing the television coaxial cable already running into your home. Using already available technology is more straightforward than setting up an entirely new connection.
Need a phone plan? We'll help you find the one that's right for you
When it comes to picking a cell phone plan for you or your family, it can be difficult to know where to begin. We suggest first asking yourself which factors are most important to you in a new plan, like:
• Saving money • Getting good coverage • Unlimited data • International calling features • Dedicated hotspot data
We’ve some of our favorite cell phone plans in these categories already. Ready to start comparing yourself? Head over to WhistleOut’s comparison engine, choose your text/talk/data preferences, type in your home address, and press “Search.” For a more detailed breakdown, check out this step-by-step guide to using WhistleOut to find your next cell phone plan.
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Now that family plans are standard from all the big carriers, having all your household’s lines in one single account and bill makes sense. But when you have multiple people’s needs to consider, you need to find a family plan that not only ticks everybody’s boxes but won’t drain your bank account. Fortunately, we’re here to help. The MoveStub allows you to search through thousands of plan combinations in just seconds. Here’s how to get started.
search page and choose:
The number of lines you need
Whether you need new phones or if you’re bringing your own phones
Each line can have a different phone
The amount of data, talk, and text you’ll need (for each line)
Which carrier you are currently with (if applicable)
If you’re unsure how much data, talk, and text you’ll need for each line, you can put the minimum amount, just to see all of your options on a family plan.
Once you hit the Search button, you’ll be given a long list of family plans available from various providers. You’ll see Verizon family plans, Cricket family plans, AT&T family plans, you name it.
Before choosing the best family plan for, make sure you understand how your data, talk and text allotment is being assigned within the plan itself. This only applies to plans that are not completely unlimited. Shared data plans mean that if you have 8GB of data allowance in your family plan, all lines share this 8GB—and not equally. One line could use 5GB, another line could use 1GB, another line 2GB, and the last line might miss out completely. It’s really a first come, first served scenario. Per line, allotment plans mean that the data is shared equally amongst each line in the family plan. This option is best if you have a certain member of the family that uses a lot of data and has the potential to drain your family plan of all of the month’s allowance within the first couple weeks.