We rank AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and other wireless providers based on their call quality, data speeds, phone selection and customer service to find out who the best phone carrier is.
These phone carriers offer monthly plans costing $40 or less. Here are the pros and cons of each discount carrier and our top pick overall.
An inexpensive cellphone plan isn't worth it if the carrier stinks. Here are the best phone plans available from the major wireless carriers, including the best unlimited plan.
Here are the best smartphones available from Metro by T-Mobile, including inexpensive phones that won't bust your budget.
We tested in eight cities across the U.S. to find out which carrier delivers the fastest data speeds. Once again, Verizon topped all its rivals.
Here’s what you need to know about adding a child to a family plan or getting them on a wireless plan all their own.
Here are the best smartphones available from T-Mobile, including inexpensive phones that won't bust your budget.
Here are the best smartphones available from Sprint, including inexpensive phones that won't bust your budget.
Here are the best smartphones available from AT&T, including exclusive devices you can't get from any other carrier.
Here are the best smartphones that work on Verizon Wireless's network, including exclusive phones that are only available on Verizon.
Cricket Wireless' plans may be cheap, but they don't mean you have to settle for a subpar phone. Here are the best handsets the prepaid carrier offers.
Price is paramount when it comes to student cellphone plans, but data usage and smartphone selection are also key factors to consider.
We tested how helpful U.S. carriers were online, over social media and on the phone. And Verizon has claimed the top spot from AT&T.
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