Cell phone wars!

Recently T-mobile and Sprint had their merge approved. T-mobile was the third largest carrier and Sprint the fourth, behind AT&T and Verizon. Combined, the new T-mobile will still be the third largest carrier. This lets you know how big AT&T and Verizon are. In my personal opinion Verizon is the best network but the most expensive. AT&T is also expensive but their network isn’t as good as Verizon. Sprint was so trash they were in danger of going bankrupt if it were not for the merger with T-mobile.

To me T-mobile is the best combination of network and price of the major carriers. For example; I have three iPhones, two fully cellular iPad’s and a cellular Apple Watch and pay $130 a month. For comparison, if I would switch all that to Verizon I would pay around $380 a month. Now the two iPad’s are free, but that proves the point. T-mobile often runs promotions that can get you free lines. I have never seen that with Verizon or AT&T.

The one draw back with T-mobile is that at times their rural coverage is not that great. However, it is not bad enough to pay Verizon an arm and a leg! Nevertheless, many people while getting out of debt need to save money in certain areas, and cell phone plans is one in which you can.

Let me introduce you to Visible. Visible is an on-line only phone service that is owned by Verizon. It uses Verizon’s network because it is owned by Verizon. It is their other brand. They don’t advertise it, it is mainly growing by word of mouth. You can get unlimited talk, text, and data for $25 dollars a month if you join a party. Look up party pay on their website. It will surprise you, and it is all on Verizon’s network. However, there are draw backs. They don’t service iPads or Apple watches; but if all you need is a cell phone service, you should check them out.

If you have questions don’t hesitate to ask here. Take charge of your money!

Your biggest cheerleader on social media,

Gio Marin

P.S. Day 316 please pray for the 7.2 million goal for 2020


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