Do you use your features enough to justify the cost?
We have unlimited minutes and texts, and then I think 3 GB of data or something like that. (We don't have smartphones). We hardly use any minutes especailly because all of my family has the same carrier and we have a home phone with long distance, texts we definitely use enough of those to justify it (as much as an unecessary thing can be justified of course ;) ), and I'm really not sure about the data- my husband is the only one that uses that.
At this point we are thinking of getting rid of my cell phone (or switching to another company) because if I did need a phone for some reason during the day I could just take my husband's as he works third shift so he is home and sleeping.
I have 450 anytime minutes, unlimited Mobile to Mobile(any Mobile number I call does not count in my minutes) and unlimited text and data. Before I had my smart-phone I thought I really don't see why I would need one but I doubt ill ever go back. I love it and it more then pays for itself.
Quoting Mom2Boys9501: Unlimited everything
I pay $100 a year and use it very little. It's a pay ahead plan. It has nothing on it really but calling and texting. I like to have it for hooking up with family and/or friends and for emergencies or getting lost.
I have Sprint's Unlimited My Way plan. Unlimited talk and text, with a few internet options. I chose the unlimited internet since I use it a lot when I'm out and about, and it's worth it not having to worry about overages. I have two lines on my plan (I share with my sister), and it runs me $150, so $75 per line.
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