-CELL PHONE PLAN $$$- *Make My Corporate Pocket Overflow*

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-CELL PHONE PLAN $$$- *Make My Corporate Pocket Overflow*

Happy Hump Day and just wondering what you pay in your neck of the woods including taxes?

I’m with Rogers…$75 CAD for 15gb data. Smile

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Well I think only thing that is cheap in Finland is cell phone plans.
I ordered yesterday new plan with 100 Mbit/s speed, unlimited data, calls 0.055 €/min and texts 0.055 €/pcs but max. 4€/month and total price is 18 €/month.
Had 150 Mbit/s speed, unlimited data and little bit more expensive calls/txts about 26€/month.

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10 EUR/month, HSDPA, 1GB limit (sufficient, considering the many free WLANs available at home, work, hotels etc.), 300 minutes phone calls, 300 texts.

Smile, you cannot kill them all.

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Two phones; Verizon

#1 with 3 GB data; #2 with 15 GB data (was a special deal) ; data slows if over that.

US$ 71.11 a month for both with all taxes and discounts applied for autopay.

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I pretty much use my phones for everything but yakking on ‘em.

Dumber phone is on a 10¢/min plan, 100bux for a 1yr expiration (carried over to the next as long as you re-up).

Smarter phone is 2bux/day (only when used!), also 1yr expiration and carry-over, but I only use that when I know I’m going to be on the phone for at least 20min (eg, conference call at work).

I don’t waste my time watching videos, etc., on a micro-screen.

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$50/mo for unlimited everything. No data throttling either.

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Wow quit different depending on country. Pretty fast speeds in Europe and cheaper options in USA. Here it’s a monopoly right now with Rogers, Bell and TELUS hogging everything. Things are changing now cuz people are complaining there’s not enough competition.
One change is I can get unlimited after 15gb but the thing is it’s throttled down to 512 KB/S. Basically videos don’t load, web pages load slowly and uploads takes a few tries lol. Might as well go read a book.

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PAYG 4G, £10 month, 9GB data, 100mins, unlimited txts.

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Just go here and scroll to bottom. Rogers Plan’s

See how pricey it is up here!undecided

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Getting rogered all right Big Smile

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£15 month , 4g ,unlimited texts/calls , 10gb data.
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Tracfone prepaid smartphone. $125 LG Stylo 4, comes with 1200 minutes talk, 1.2gb data, 1200 texts. This lasts me well over a year, and rolls over balance into a new phone if I buy a newer one, or renew service for $99.

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My wife and I recently switched over to Visible Wireless. They’re a Verizon subsidiary running on Verizon towers, but not including partner towers which may impact some rural areas. Its unlimited talk/text/data (including hotspot throttled to 5 mb/s). A single line is $40 including taxes, but you can join a Party Pay group to lower your bill down to $25 all in per month. We’re really liking it so far.

tl;dr: $25 all-in on Visible (Verizon)

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I use Google Fi. $20 a month for talk and text, data is charged at a $10 per gig rate, no minimum, and it becomes free after 10 gigs.

Myself and my sister on my plan, average cost per month is around $60, including taxes and device protection for my phone.

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Hank33 wrote:

Just go here and scroll to bottom. Rogers Plan’s


See how pricey it is up here!undecided

Crazy prizey. I would need the most expensive one with my current data usage or there would be no more watching YouTube with phone. Youtube, internet and map apps are kinda only thing I use my phone. Receiving calls also.

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3 phones, 4G, 25GB/month each, no limit sms/mms/talk time. 24$ /month for all three. Data cap no biggie, 500Mbit fibre at home.
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$20/mo for Redpocket on AT&T Network.

Unlimited Talk, Text, 5GB LTE data

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I’m paying $20 a month for unlimited everything through my cable company. As long as I stay a customer with them, I can keep that service and price. Surprisingly, at my work, I actually get a good signal, whereas the only other company that occasionally works is Verizon. On Long Island (if the name didn’t give it away).

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A daughter of mine has a contract, for her mobile phone, of 50GB/month + unlimited voice calls + unlimited text messages for 8 Euro/month.

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Here in BC, $25 Canada wide unlimited talk and text and 1 gig data.  Use wifi mostly and never use up that 1 gig.

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4 lines, unlimited high speed data, 4g. texting and calls

$160 all in

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15€/month unlimited 4G data, calls, and text.

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$0.26 for 1 gb in India! Spirituality, Spicy foods, Sacred Monkeys(With cell phone cuz it’s so cheap) roaming the streets, Endless YouTube videos...no Coronavirus.

 

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In the U.S., Consumer Cellular is probably cheapest if you don't use data.

My mom and I are on Consumer Cellular.

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AT&T “Unlimited and More Premium” shared with 3 family members, 4 lines total with a first responders discount. $165 total, my share is about $45. “Unlimited” data and everything else, 25 free directv streaming channels, one free premium channel, 15gb’s per line of tethering.

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Wow so many good plans! How do you ever choose a cell plan? I spent days trying to decide before.
I’m just BYOD (bring your own device) so no contract. Was on a 10 GB plan when Rogers gifted me 5 GB free for long term customer and so now I have 15 GB. I also use the data for my data phone app. Now I have 2 cell numbers. Big Smile Party

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Mine with Telekom Unifi Bebas.
Advertised at 4G unlimited data,8Mbps capped speed,Rm20 weekly approx Usd5.
Pratically,unlimited data but speed averaging at 3Mbps and weekly service interuption.
Call is Rm7 or Usd2.50 per 60 mins.
4G is on Band 5 ‘850Mhz’ fdd on my place,and on some city can go to 4G+ on TDD bands.
Voice call is at Volte with compatible phone or else on 3g.

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raccoon city wrote:

In the U.S., Consumer Cellular is probably cheapest if you don't use data.

My mom and I are on Consumer Cellular.

I just looked up our latest bill.

It's $40.65 for two lines with unlimited long distance (in the U.S.), but practically no data.

If you don't need data, it's a good deal.