Looking for Affordable Phone Plans? Read This!

While most Americans sign up with one of the major carriers – T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and US Cellular, there are many options available for those who are looking for cheaper cell phone plans. Mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) are low-cost carriers who piggyback on the major networks. These carriers can deliver lower prices, particularly for users who don’t want to take up a family plan.

All the popular carriers have low-cost brands, and they’re worth taking a look at if you’re looking for affordable phone plans.

Don’t pay more for your phone plan – check out these budget-friendly options listed below:

Consumer Cellular

Consumer Cellular’s simple, the senior-focused plan offers excellent customer service, even though it is a little more expensive than plans offered by other small carriers. However, you can expect solid coverage around the city, since AT&T is its backbone. For $20 a month, it offers unlimited texts, 250MB of data, and 250 minutes of talk. You can even get unlimited calls and texts with 500MB data if you don’t mind shelling out an extra 5 bucks.

H20 Wireless

If you want a basic phone plan with discounts for automatic payments and solid LTE coverage, H20 Wireless is an option worth considering. The least expensive plan of this carrier provides 2GB of data and unlimited texts and calls on AT&T’s network for $20 per month. You can save $2 every month by setting up autopay.

Republic Wireless

In recent months, Republic Wireless plans have become more competitive. It provides 1 GB of data and unlimited texting and calling, for $20. Republic Wireless will also give you a hefty discount on annual payments (go for it, if you’re not afraid of commitment).

US Mobile

If you’re looking for a cheap phone plan, US Mobile is also another good option to consider. It offers an amazing plan with 2.5GB of data, and unlimited texting and talking for only $15 per month.