Cellular Data PlansOur Reviews Of Cellular Data Plans

Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint are the four major carriers. And there are resellers, MVNO and prepaid options. Check our Guide to the Four Carriers for an overview and member’s have access to our Data Plan Pricing Guide.

U.S. Cellular

The largest regional carrier offers plans that include nationwide coverage, but not for primary use.

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FreedomPop

FreedomPop offers free cellular plans on Sprint and global plans including T-Mobile & AT&T.

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Straight Talk

A TracFone brand available at Walmart offers prepaid mobile hotspot plans, primarily on Verizon and AT&T.

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Virgin Mobile

Subsidiary of Sprint, offering prepaid smartphone plans with mobile hotspot use.

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Simply Prepaid

T-Mobile’s lower cost prepaid native cellular phone & data plan.

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Project Fi

Google’s unique MVNO option that combines the coverage map of Sprint, T-Mobile and US Cellular.

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Karma Go

Karma’s proprietary mobile hotspot provides service powered by Sprint.

$149

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H2O Bolt

Reseller of AT&T offering dedicated data plans for mobile hotspots.

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Better Choice & Unlimited Freedom

Sprint’s own postpaid native cellular phone & data plan.

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Sprint Prepaid

Sprint’s own prepaid native cellular phone plans.

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MetroPCS

Owned by T-Mobile, MetroPCS offers competitive prepaid smartphone plans with tetherable data.

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4G Antenna Shop

Offers month-to-month no contract plans on T-Mobile, AT&T and sometimes Verizon.

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Sprint Unlimited Plan

This plan is now discontinued, and replaced with an Unlimitedville Rental Plan.

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Consumer Cellular

Reseller of AT&T and T-Mobile, offering smaller data plans with mobile hotspot use.

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Mobile Solutions

Offers month-to-month no contract unlimited plans on Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. But poor customer service reported.

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Boost Mobile

Subsidiary of Sprint, offering prepaid smartphone and mobile hotspot plans.

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Charge

Offering prepaid never expiring data on the Sprint network for smartphones and mobile hotspots.

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Cricket Wireless

Subsidiary of AT&T offering prepaid smartphone plans with data usage.

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Unlimitedville Rental Plans

Unlimitedville offers one-stop shopping for unlimited data plan rentals on all of the major carriers.

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Non-Profit Sprint Unlimited Data Plans

A clause in the Sprint Clear WiMax purchase allows for non-profits to offer low cost unlimited data plans.

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AT&T Unlimited Data Plan (Rental/Lease)

Renting or leasing a plan is a flexible way to obtain a Verizon unlimited plan, but has a higher monthly cost.

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Millenicom

Offers T-Mobile smartphone and data plans at lower costs but with all the T-Mobile postpaid perks.

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Credo Mobile

Verizon reseller that includes mobile hotspot use on tiered data plans.

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Boom! Mobile

Verizon reseller that includes mobile hotspot use on iPhones, and no roaming restrictions.

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Teltik

T-Mobile authorized reseller offering prepaid business plans with most of the perks of a direct T-Mobile account, at competitive prices.

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US Mobile

T-Mobile (& soon to be Verizon) MVNO featuring smaller, hotspot ready, full speed data buckets on customizable plans.

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These Cellular Data Plans Are Now Obsolete

Mobile Solutions

Offers month-to-month no contract unlimited plans on Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. But poor customer service reported.

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Sprint Unlimited Plan

This plan is now discontinued, and replaced with an Unlimitedville Rental Plan.

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