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Another question I have is with replacing my outdated Iphone 6.
I waited for the 5g capable 12 pro, which was supposed to have a
much better processor. But that has turned out to be a mistake,
with reports showing that the new a14 is marginally faster than
the 13. When replacing my phone, I want to order directly through
apple, and pay the phone directly. I need an unlocked phone, as I
travel internationally, and need to be able to use local sim
cards. Is purchasing from apple, as opposed to the carrier a good
On 9/27/2020 12:01 PM, enes sarıbaş
So they actually require a contract for those prices if I
remember, so you pay a year in advance. Also, that 15 dollar
plan is a 3gb plan.
On 9/27/2020 11:52 AM, Greg Wocher
I think Mint Mobile has one of the better prepaid
plans. It is $30 a month for unlimited everything. They also
have a $15 a month plan that gives you, I think, 12 gigs of
data a month.
I am honestly debating with myself whether
to go MVNO/prepaid or postpaid regular plan. I am on
metro for my current IPhone 6, but since literally
no network officially supports this device, I am
thinking of switching to a better plan when I get
a new IPhone when they come out. I am leaning more
towards postpaid though, after some thought,
especially since I would be able to benefit from
employee discounts, that likely would shave off
between 10-15 at least on the monthly bill. And I am
not 55 or older.
On 9/26/2020 10:43 PM,
Brian Vogel wrote:
My first question is: Must this be on an
MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator), e.g., Metro,
Virgin Mobile, Boost, etc.?
My second, and it's related to the
first, is are you 55 years old or more?
T-Mobile has an incredible plan for
those age 55 and over and since they don't require a
contract . . .
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