Mint Mobile offers big savings on your wireless bill if you buy months of service up front. Here's what you need to know.
With most major US carriers being classed as MVNOs, what exactly are you getting for cell phone service? We explain what MVNOs are and which ones use the networks of Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile.
Comcast offers wireless phone service through Xfinity Mobile. We look at what the service provides and whether it’s a good value.
Tello is a low-cost prepaid carriers with mix-and-match options and low costs, if you don't mind cutting down on data
A host of carriers use Verizon's network and coverage, but which of the Verizon MVNOs should you use?
The T-Mobile-Sprint merger is now a done deal. And we've got answers to your questions about how this impacts you.
Robocalls present a massive problem that shows little sign of stopping. Here's everything each of the big four carriers are doing to fight back.
Here's what AT&T's 5GE really means, what phones you can expect to see it on and why you shouldn't be too hyped about it.
Cellphone plans are constantly changing. Make sure your carrier isn't offering something better than the plan you've held on to for years.
Simple Mobile offers discounted data plans for customers looking to save on their monthly cell phone bill. But what can you expect from the carrier?
Consumer cellular focuses on seniors and people who don't use a ton of data, and this service can save you a significant amount of money versus traditional carriers.
Spectrum internet customers can also get their mobile phone service from the internet and cable provider. But how does Spectrum Mobile compare with other wireless carriers?
TextNow can help you lower your monthly bill by using Wi-Fi to handle your calls and texts when available. Here’s how the service works.
Sprint’s Unlimited 55+ can help older customers save serious money on phone service. Here's what you need to know.
What will a combination of T-Mobile and Sprint mean for wireless phone service? We take a closer look at the $26 billion merger and how it might impact wireless customers.
Republic Wireless leans heavily on Wi-Fi to keep your monthly cellphone costs low. Here's what you need to know about this low-cost carrier.
Yes, you can move your phone from MetroPCS' wireless service to Straight Talk's. But is that your best choice?
US Mobile offers good bargains for those who need cellular service but not a lot of voice minutes, texts or data each month, especially now that it's added service from Verizon's network.
T-Mobile has launched Digits, a service that lets its customers use the same phone number across multiple devices. Here's a look at how it works.
Are you having a hard time getting good cell phone coverage in your home? Before you do anything else, give your carrier a call.
AT&T's and Verizon's Sponsored Data offers let customers get certain content over 4G for free, but what does that mean for net neutrality?