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DD716TED
Explorer
Explorer
Thinking of giving up Verizon in favor of T-Mobile..Main reason is cost for 2 line limited (2GB) data plan.. Has anyone made the switch to T-Mobile? Comments or Opinions..
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deltabravo
Nomad
Nomad
DD716TED wrote:
Thinking of giving up Verizon in favor of T-Mobile.


Neither. Check out Visible.

Two plans, either a $30 or $45 plan for unlimited everything.
The $45 plan gets you international stuff.

Check this thread.
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dapperdan
Explorer
Explorer
We've been on the T Mobile "55 plus" plan for about 6 years now. We're very happy with the service, we do experience weak spots from time to time but for the most part it's worked good for us! 55 plus with T Mobile costs us $70/mo all in, NO extra fees. 50 gigs of data each phone, unlimited texts and unlimited talk. I now have a 5G capable phone and their 5G service is available in LOTS of areas. Love it! :B

On a side note, we just got T Mobile's 5G Home Internet gateway a week ago. Where we are right now (NO WIFI supplied) we had to do something or "burn up" your data on our phones. We decided to try the Home Internet, so far the gateway is working GREAT! :C

Dan

1492
Moderator
Moderator
I have Verizon Visible for my smartphone, unlimited calls/text/data, for $25. month. Now $30. for new subscribers. And T-Mobile home internet, fixed location based, also unlimited 5G data now $50. month. Both have worked great with no issues.


    Verizon Visible (4G unlimited data):




    T-Mobile Home Internet (5G unlimited data):




monkey44
Nomad II
Nomad II
We like it ... T-mobile - it gets service most places we need it. We do get out in the backwoods frequently when we don't get service, but don't expect it there either. We're on the unlimited calls and data plan for Seniors.
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