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Old 01-06-18, 08:03 PM
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80gig a month give or take.
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Originally Posted by canklecat View Post
Just curious whether that's a typo.

No, it's not. Centurylink offered this bundle program in 2013. When it's over there is a price for life type program for individual services but things like calling plans and line services, phone features will be optional again.


They are far more concerned about becoming your source for DirecTV or Verizon wireless.


And I should be able to get something similar enough that long distance will still be no cost, which is what really was killing me.
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Too much.
I had to upgrade to the unlimited data plan from the 6 Gig plan.
At least it was only $6 a line more on the family plan. (4 lines)
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2 or 3 gb per month. Rarely more than that. It helps that school and work/internship have free, easily accessible wifi, and at home we have an unlimited cable internet plan.
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att prepaid here. I get 6GB/month, I use probably 1-2GB/month.

WiFi at home, otherwise cell data. My phone is not my life, and I have zero "social media" accounts.
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4 of us use 2-3 gb/month. 13 yr old has a smartphone but data is turned off. She must use terabytes but it's all over wifi
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Straight Talk w/ my now ancient iPhone 5s. We used to have wifi at home, back then I'd usually use up around 5 gigs/mo. Since we eliminated home wifi, I would generally conserve data so as not to exceed the 10 gig cap. Last month I went unlimited and left wifi off to get an idea of how much I was actually using. I think it was about 36 gigs. It's $55/mo, plus taxes etc comes out to $60.
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Old 01-27-18, 12:57 PM
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I need to check my AT&T account to see how much data I'm using via home. Occasionally I binge watch TV shows that friends were raving about. I don't watch much TV and don't like to be tied to a weekly schedule, so I'll wait until I have time to binge an entire season or series, usually when I'm sick and can't ride my bike. Lately it's been Hannibal.

I'd bet most of my home data usage is YouTube, listening to music rather than watching videos. I have other music subscriptions but often it's easier to find obscure music on YouTube because so many users upload their old vinyl that's been out of print for decades.

So if I were using only mobile data this month I'd probably exceed my high speed cap, although Verizon prepaid doesn't cut off users but supposedly just slows down the service. Dunno, I've never come close to my data cap. I downgraded from 7GB/mo to 3GB/mo and still used only 0.64 so far in January.
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I have to get a no contract quality phone just for mobile internet. Really need it to identify things I look at in the wilds of thrifts and junk shops.
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Old 02-03-18, 01:26 AM
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Originally Posted by StarBiker View Post
I have to get a no contract quality phone just for mobile internet. Really need it to identify things I look at in the wilds of thrifts and junk shops.
Check out the Moto E4. It's down to $40 for the prepaid Verizon version at some big box stores. Good phone for the money, I've had one for two months.

While it's locked into Verizon's prepaid service temporarily, Verizon will authorize unlocking after a year or $75 in prepaid service, whichever comes first. Mine is already unlocked, but I'm continuing to use it with Verizon for now.

No problems or complaints. The fingerprint sensor also acts as a navigation aid -- swipe left or right to page backward, sort through apps, etc. Takes a bit of practice to get the hang of the swipe motion but it works.

I'm surprised how often I'm using it for stuff other than calls and texts. I use it a lot when shopping to check prices, coupons, etc., including with a bar/QR code reader app. Usually saves a few bucks every shopping trip, no messing with paper coupons or sorting through the paper ads at the store. Loads the added discounts onto my Kroger card so the discounts are applied on checkout. Since I tend to buy the same stuff every trip -- bananas, a particular brand of energy bars and electrolyte powders for bike rides, etc. -- the app will list those for me to supplement my usual shopping list and remind me of any special discounts that week.

I use it for price checks on non-essential stuff I'm considering, such as vitamins and supplements. Turns out local prices are about the same as online, so there's no advantage to ordering and waiting.

I might occasionally watch a short YouTube video, etc., but no streaming movies or TV shows. I do that at home. I can download over my Wi-Fi most shows from Amazon and watch them later.

Even with the extra data usage, checking Facebook more often than I should, Strava, etc., while I'm away from home, I still used only 1 GB data in January. I'd bet half of that was Facebook.
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Old 03-10-18, 12:27 AM
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Updating to tack on another data point/anecdote/gripe.

After three months with Verizon prepaid I was a bit frustrated with their rollover data policy. Sure, they'll roll unused data over to the next month. But only within the same "plan". Which is odd for a prepaid "no contract/no plan" service.

I started December with their $50/mo "plan". That's 7 GB high speed data. I used only 2 GB and figured the $40/mo option with 3 GB would suit my needs. Well... my unused 5 GB data didn't roll over. It was all wiped out because I opted for a new "plan". In February I needed more data and ran out of high speed data (it defaults to slower speed data after the cap).

I got tired of that game. So I switched to a new game that's even worse.

This month I tried Simple Mobile. Which is anything but. Long story short, if you want to try Simple Mobile, just make it easy and buy one of their phones. They claim their service works with any unlocked GSM phone.

Ahhh, nope. Not that easy. I'm going on two days now without a fully functional phone.

My Verizon prepaid phone is unlocked. But so far only Wi-Fi phone and data, text and 2G voice are working.

I paid for Simple Mobile's $60/mo unlimited 4G talk, text and data, which includes 10 GB mobile 4G hotspot. I figured if it worked I'd discontinue our slowpoke AT&T U-Verse, which cannot be upgraded -- we're still on the same 6 Mbps downstream/0.6 Mbps upstream we've had for 10 years. AT&T keeps promising to upgrade our neighborhood to fiber optic and true broadband.

AT&T promised to install fiber optic again last week. But it's been 10 years and it ain't gonna happen, ever. Why would they invest in fiber optic in a neighborhood that has long since declined from upper middle class folks working in the aircraft industry, to borderline poverty with mostly disabled seniors who are more or less stable residents, and younger folks who are just passing through? Hardly any of them use landline phones anymore. The few that do are on the government subsidized Lifeline program that offers a very basic phone service for emergencies and local calls for $10/month -- no long distance, no internet. There's another program for those features, but the applicant has to jump through hoops to prove they're on SNAP, Medicaid, etc.

But so far Simple Mobile has been disappointing. They're using the T-Mobile network, and are actually owned by Tracfone. Some of Simple Mobile's customer support is linked to Tracfone. But the support info URLs are dead.

I spent two hours on the phone (using Google Voice) Friday night trying to get Simple Mobile properly installed to get the promised 4G service and unlimited data. The customer support tech wanted me to manually enter the phone APN (access point name) info from scratch. She had a heavy accent and I kept entering the wrong characters. Finally I asked why this couldn't be done automatically as it is with every other phone service. She didn't know. I asked her to just text or email the info so I could copy and paste it. The texts never arrived.

Not so simple mobile.

You'll probably see their 99 cent SIM cards and remarkably cheap prepaid cards heavily featured on the kiosk at the grocery store, etc. But I'd say don't bother unless you get one of their phones. My unlocked GSM Verizon prepaid phone doesn't play well with Simple Mobile.
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Old 03-15-18, 04:55 PM
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I bought a Droid Moto Z in 2016 and on Monday I got the dreaded black screen of death. Warranty was up and I wasn't paying to have it repaired. For a long time I've told myself I'm spending too much for my Verizon account. I'm retired and honestly don't really need a phone for anything than calls/texts, and pictures when the occasion arises. The internet is nice but I don't really use it that much.

That gave my a kick in the butt I needed. Today I opened a Straight Talk account. No contract and I got the $35/mo plan with unlimited text, talk and 2G data. More than enough for me. It's the cheapest plan, you can get more data if needed. I also bought a Galaxy Luna for $20. I actually like it better than my Droid. It works just as good, has enough memory for me and it's a little smaller and lighter which I like. And if I break it I'm out only twenty bucks. They had phones even cheaper, some were free if you bought a plan.

So now I'll be putting an extra $900 a year in my bicycle funds. Next on the list is ditching my $208/mo cable bill since I only watch about 5% of the channels and get Hulu. Probably do that at the end of the month.
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I found a ZTE Majesty Pro phone for $10 to use with the Simple Mobile prepaid service. So far, so good.

It's not easy to set up and Simple Mobile seems to expect customers to edit the APN (access point name) themselves. And the customer service reps don't necessarily know the correct APN. So it's a DIY project, not plug-and-play like Verizon and other major carriers.

So far, using the phone as a mobile wifi hotspot for my laptop, the promised 4G LTE speed varies tremendously compared with Verizon. At the slowest point yesterday it was 1 Mbps download/6 Mbps upload. At the fastest it was around 20 down/15 up, later last night. Since Simple Mobile leases service from T-Mobile they may get lower priority than customers who are directly subscribed to T-Mobile, Verizon, etc.

The best deal I've found for a basic talk, text and data service is Freedom Pop. It's a little unusual and demands careful review of their pricing, but the service is legit.
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Old 10-19-18, 03:53 PM
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Bumping to update some more recent experiences with FreedomPop and Mint Mobile. Short version: I can recommend both, with some reservations. If your budget is tight, the prices are right. With all my medical expenses this year that's a big deal.

FreedomPop summary:
  • Prepaid 12 month plan at approx $5/mo or $50 annually.
  • Unlimited talk/text, 1 GB LTE data per month (not sure about rollover). Voicemail not specified in ads or SIM package.
  • AT&T network. Good coverage and consistently fast data in my area (Fort Worth).
  • Voice Over Internet Protocol, not true cell phone service. This burns some data to use voice and text. Extra cost premium service offers true cell service.
  • Defaults to wifi whenever available, at user's discretion.
  • Some occasional slight lag in voice due to VOIP.
  • Needs separate app, may not work with voice commands from Siri or other.
  • May not be able to answer calls from lock screen on iOS. Works quicker on Android.
  • Unadvertised benefits: Voicemail and text transcription. Not sure whether this is a trial version or not. Very handy. Usually a paid extra feature.
  • DIY customer support, via forums or wait a day or two for response via Facebook. Live immediate customer support costs extra.
Mint Mobile summary:
  • Standard MVNO via T-Mobile. Everything works as expected.
  • Prepaid trial $45 for 3 months with unlimited talk/text and 2 GB LTE data per month (not sure whether there's rollover of unused data).
  • Good coverage in my area but not as reliable as AT&T and Verizon. Occasionally drops to 3G.
  • Data occasionally slower than advertised. T-Mobile has a reputation for throttling data, especially with MVNOs on its network. But it's adequate for my needs since I don't stream video or play games.
  • Fairly good customer support. Limited live chat hours. Usually a delay of a day or two for email replies. Some language/accent barriers. So far all customer support folks I've talked with are bilingual, English/Spanish, and some are more conversant than others in American idiomatic expressions.
  • Much better overall experience than the other T-Mobile MVNO I tried earlier this year, Simple Mobile.
  • The bad: Took over a week to clear a glitch. Originally I asked to transfer/port my old number. This caused a delay of 72 hours. When the service still wasn't available after three days I told them to skip it and just assign a new number. This delayed activation another full week. I had to speak with three different customer service techs to clear the problem, which was complicated by a language barrier with the first two customer support folks. To be somewhat fair, there's always a delay in porting an old number to a new service, although the delay is much shorter with the major carriers like Verizon, AT&T, etc. But this was ridiculous. Mint Mobile offered an additional free service and 5 GB LTE data as compensation for the delay. I still haven't received that compensation so we'll see whether they fulfill.
I've been using a lot more data since being injured in May (hit by a car) and discovering an old thyroid problem had worsened. Lots of medical appointments, lots of travel by public transit, so free wifi isn't always available. Besides needing a smartphone and plenty of data to access my medical records, check appointments, etc., I'm also spending a lot more time reading the news, etc., on my own dime.

For awhile my free Basic 200 plan with FreedomPop was enough: 200 voice minutes per month, 500 texts (I don't text much), and 500 MB data, all free with only a $10 deposit to cover overages. For awhile that even included voicemail with text transcriptions and unused data rolled over to the next month. But those benefits were discontinued a couple of months ago. So I had no voicemail, no rollover data, and FreedomPop's standard service uses VOIP, which burns data just using the phone for voice. I was on the phone a lot more and actually burned through all of my voice and data in August.

That left me with no mobile phone at all for a week while I considered upgrades. However FreedomPop also offers completely free wifi phone, so I still had a working phone as long as I was at home or within range of wifi. There's no catch, no tricks, just a few ads.

FreedomPop's free Basic 200 plan doesn't offer any way to add data or minutes as needed. That's how they can offer a free service -- no benefits, no extras or customer support. But it's a legit free service with some limitations. The main limitation is inherent to VOIP, voice over internet protocol. It requires a separate app, and makes little or no use of the phone's built-in dialer and address/phone book. There are differences between the Android and iOS versions too. With my older iPhone 4s the app is a bit sluggish, can't be answered from the lock screen, and I sometimes miss calls. With the same service on Android it's quicker, I can answer calls from the lock screen and miss fewer calls. I'm not sure about how well it works from newer iPhones.

So, time to upgrade plans.

I tried Mint Mobile (formerly Mint SIM, I think, but same company), after checking their ads, website and customer feedback. Overall it sounded like a typical MVNO with really good prices. Their 3-month trial for $15/month ($45 total prepaid) included unlimited voice text and 2 GB data per month, via the T-Mobile network. And I can buy more data as needed -- I couldn't do that with my free Basic 200 plan with FreedomPop.

There was an initial glitch. FedEx failed to deliver my SIM and it took a week to finally get a SIM. Unlike FreedomPop and other MVNOs, Mint doesn't sell SIMs locally so you can't just pop into Best Buy or the grocery store to pick up a SIM and activate it that day.

I couldn't wait another week without a mobile phone -- too many medical appointments -- so I picked up another FreedomPop SIM at Best Buy, their $50/annual plan, which includes unlimited voice/text and 1 GB data per month, on the AT&T network. It was easy to activate within an hour and I was finally able to get a mobile number with a local area code usually reserved for landlines -- easier to remember for my older friends and family who aren't mobile phone savvy.

FreedomPop's paid $50/annual plan works the same way as their free Basic 200 plan: VOIP, not true cell service, but it works. There's a slight lag sometimes, so occasionally callers and I will talk over each other, but the lag isn't bad most of the time. AT&T data is consistently fast and coverage is better than T-Mobile in my area. T-Mobile occasionally drops to 3G here, data speed is inconsistent, and they have a reputation for throttling data for MVNO users. No such problems with AT&T in my area.

Since I planned to install the Mint Mobile SIM in my newer Android phone I put the FreedomPop SIM in the old iPhone 4s. Same issues as with the free Basic 200 plan: No way to answer the phone from the lock screen; sluggish app, so sometimes I missed calls. On the plus side the paid FreedomPop plan includes voicemail and text transcriptions -- not sure whether this is a permanent feature or trial version that might be discontinued, but it's handy. I have the option to pay extra for voicemail/transcription and to upgrade to premium voice which is true cell service rather than VOIP. Not sure whether I'll get those options. Depends on the budget after upcoming surgery.

Meanwhile the replacement SIM from Mint Mobile arrived. (Turns out FedEx delivered the original SIM to the wrong address -- a neighbor brought it to me a month later. Par for the course with FedEx. I don't know how they stay in business. In 30 years I can't think of a single time FedEx got a delivery right to my homes. No wonder Tom Hanks couldn't hang onto Wilson.)

Mint Mobile works like any standard MVNO. Plug in the SIM, edit the APN (some carriers do this automatically), get a number, ready to go. Works the same as Verizon when I had it on this Android phone. Just not quite as good coverage and data speed, but that seems typical for T-Mobile here.

If Mint Mobile offered the same plan for a year or more, at $15/mo, I'd go for it. But reportedly the rate goes up after the 3 month trial period. We'll see. If the renewal rate is too high I'll drop it and stick with FreedomPop.
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Some things are expensive. That's the way it is. We've got four smartphones on a Verizon Unlimited family plan. Average combined consumption probably around 30gb a month on 4G/LTE. Home data usage? Insane. Netflix, Hulu, Pandora, Amazon Prime Video, PSN, etc, etc... a small month is 600gb. Biggest I've seen was 933gb.
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If the budget permitted I'd probably go for a more generous mobile data plan and hotspot for movies. With my basic AT&T home DSL I can barely stream a standard resolution video without stuttering.
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We’re on 100 megabit cable internet for the house, it routinely speedtests at 115-120Mbps at the router. Once you’ve had that as a level of service, it’s all but impossible to go back. We can have 1080p video streaming on 4 TVs and have plenty of headroom for web browsing, downloads, etc.
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Zero. My phone stays connected to a wall jack because crappy news can wait until I'm done riding my bike.
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