OK, but sometimes siblings fight. MOM! He won't let me use the phone!
I'll have to look into it and see if is is cheaper. ATT has been good
for service, very few dead spots. I've avoided some of the other
outfits for that reason.
I do believe that Verizon has the best cellular service overall, but it
is expensive, and something that is "good enough" probably is a better
deal. E.g., after having a T-Mobile postpaid family plan for ten years
or more, we each switched to a $30/mo. prepaid plan with T-Mobile (100
min./mo., unlimited texts and data, but data slows down after 5GB); this
was mostly OK, but I did notice that on a train trip across North Dakota
we had no signal for much of the journey (not that it mattered). We have
recently signed up for Google's Project Fi: $20/mo. with unlimited
calling and texts, and $10/mo. per GB of 4G data, and with credits for
unused data allowance; at our present rate we'll have used considerably
less than half of that 1GB this month, so we are expecting credits to
next month's bills. Under this plan T-Mobile and Sprint are the primary
carriers, but there is free roaming to other carriers when neither T-Mo
nor Sprint has an acceptable signal; calls can even be made
(automatically) via WiFi when no acceptable cellular signal is available.
On 06/04/2016 08:32 AM, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
My first cell phone was with AT&T, and I discovered that I live in one
of those dead spots. "Very few" doesn't matter in that case.
BTW, It seems strange that I could go to my farm 5 miles from town, and
that AT&T phone would get 5 bars in the middle of the woods, and none at
home in town.
Verizon and Sprint work fine. I've never used T-mobile.
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