Looking for an individual plan for cell service from U.S. carriers can make you feel even more alone than heating up a frozen lasagna for one. Even though our wireless carriers have become better at simplifying and presenting plans, you’re still going to run into asterisks and exceptions that if misunderstood, could mean accidentally signing on for two years of contract hell by mistake. Don’t get stuck with the wrong plan. We’ve compiled a comprehensive guide on how to pick the individual plan that best serves your needs and saves you money. Choosing contracts Do you want a two-year contract? If you’re looking to stick around with a plan for two years, you’ll have to pass on T-Mobile. As a part of the company’s “Uncarrier” plan, T-Mobile has done away with contracts entirely. There are a handful of different plans — the differences between them related only to data — but all of them are month-to-month, requiring no long-term commitment. If for some reason you’re desperate to get into the two-year territory, you’ll have to take a look at the other major carriers: Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T. Because it’s not interested in making life easy for anyone, Verizon has two options… Read full this story
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