Limited cellular data is still a fucking thing? $160 a month for 6gb of data. What the actual fuck?
Is cheaper even if you get 5 lines.
2GBx5 = 10GB
Is same price even with 4 lines.
3GB * 4 = 12 GB (double the bandwidth)
Both are no contracts.
60 usd for unlimited with sprint here. use an iphone 6s, im sure its throttled but i havent noticed anything super super bad. i used to have that verizon deal op but 6 gigs in todays time is shit
25GB of data, unlimited calls, unlimited text.
$10 because it's a ""family plan"" (4 people) and I only pay 1/4 of the total bill
I'm the same as you except 300MB month, all for free in the USA. Always on Wi-Fi at work and at home so data is only used on Google maps. But now you can do offline maps.
I make more than the average person. I simply refuse to pay >$25 for these so called unlimited mobile plans with average coverage. That money instead gets reallocated to my ISP with 50/5 mbps, which fits my usage pattern nicely.
>tfw pay 60 bucks a month to boost mobile for unlimited data
>tfw constantly get 8-16 mbps
>tfw last two months used over 100gb of data for each month
>tfw boost doesn't give a single fuck and has never reduced download speeds
>tfw almost went with verizon because "muh speedz"
It's like I dodged a fucking tank round.
Essentially $25 per month, the 4G is faster than my home broadband so I use this to torrent, 80-100gb some months.
Fuck you. We still don't have spark lte where I live so I'm stuck with 4 Mbps lte.
At least the data is unlimited, I switched to the $60/month plan on Christmas. Sprint better start hauling ass, I want my spark lte god damnit.
I don't understand how you're paying so much.
My family is on the same plan type, with 12 GB of data and we pay $160.
You're either getting screwed, or you've got multiple lines and you're leasing phones on them. You're fucking retarded if you're leasing phones by the way, fucking pleb.
I would rather control my data usage and pay extra when I intentionally go over to keep consistent, usable speeds.
With that being said, I would also rather just have unlimited, unthrottled data.