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- Joined: Tue Jul 01, 2014 8:59 pm
- Location: Jacksonville, FL
What state are you in? Here's a brief rundown of each carrier... I used to work at Best Buy, so I dealt with this stuff a lot.
Pros: Not as expensive as Verizon, good internet speeds, bundle deals with UVERSE home internet/TV.
Pros: Best coverage.
Cons: Throttles Netflix speeds, terrible customer service, very expensive plans, modifies certain phones and ruins them (like the LG G2).
Pros: None, seriously. My fiancee has sprint. Its a nightmare.
Pros: Very cheap, especially their classic plan (full price phone, but very cheap plan). Making lots of changes to be the cheapest provider and steal customers from the other providers.
Cons: Customer service can be a bit difficult to deal with, but supervisors are always helpful.
I had AT&T, and made the switch to T-Mobile. Value for money is amazing, speeds are great, and customer service supervisors are the most helpful out of the 4 providers. I pay $45 a month for unlimited (real unlimited) LTE, unlimited minutes, and unlimited text, as well as some international minutes (which only added $5 to my plan).
Be sure to check coverage for each of these companies in your area. Sprint, for example, is terrible in Dallas but is pretty good in Jacksonville. AT&T is terrible in Miami, but is better in other cities.
FICO TU - 728 - 8/14
FICO EX - 716 - 7/14
FICO EQ - 740 - 7/14
Bank of America Cash Rewards - $2,400
Best Buy - $3,000
American Express Blue Cash Everyday - $8,000
American Express Everyday - $10,000
Discover It Chrome - $500 (AU on fiancÃ©e's card, helping her build credit)
American Express Platinum - NPSL
Barclaycard Arrival+ - $3,000
Capital One Yamacard - $11,000