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If you thought you’d never see an unlimited carrier plan for less than $30 a month, then we’d like to introduce you to Hello Mobile. 

Many people have not heard of Hello Mobile, because they are still less than one year old. But they are gathering new customers fast, and their prices are compelling.

Being that Hello Mobile is so new, there is limited information about how it compares to competitor no-contract carriers. Our Trickut team examined customer feedback as well as Hello Mobile’s website to bring you this exclusive Hello Mobile review.

Hello Mobile review: an overview

Technically a rebrand of Q Link Mobile (a “lifeline” carrier), Hello Mobile launched in April 2019, making it one of the youngest players in the carrier market.

Founders created Hello Mobile with affordability and international communication in mind. And that’s why members can make calls to over 60 countries included with all but one of Hello Mobile’s plans.

Impressive enough is Hello Mobile’s $25/month unlimited data plan – compared to Mint Mobile’s legendary $25/month annual 12 GB LTE plan. But as great a deal as Hello Mobile’s $25 offer is, there are a few critical trade-offs.

For example, Hello Mobile’s unlimited data is technically only 15 GB of high-speed data (HSD). After 15GB, Hello Mobile throttles your data to alarmingly low speeds. Additionally, users complain of heavy deprioritization (that is, congestion saving prime data speeds for Sprint and T-Mobile customers). 

Despite this concern over data speeds, there is a lot to like about this new carrier, especially if you are looking for an incredible group rate or frequently make calls overseas.

Hello Mobile review: an overview

Customers in the US access either Sprint or T-Mobile towers for Hello Mobile service. 

Upon sign-up, Hello Mobile detects service quality and assigns customers to whichever provider offers better coverage in their area. Unlike Red Pocket, Hello Mobile customers may not choose between Sprint or T-Mobile.

Hello Mobile Australia

Interestingly, there is also a Hello Mobile carrier in Australia with no real ties to the US carrier brand described in this review. Should you find yourself on a Hello Mobile website with a .au top-level domain, you’re in the wrong place (unless you live in Australia).

Hello Mobile pros & cons

Pros

  • Free activation
  • Super-low rates (for example, $25/month unlimited talk, text, and data plan)
  • Incredible family plan bargains
  • 2nd-month free promotion to new customers
  • Taxes and fees included
  • All but one plan includes unlimited calls to over 60 countries

Cons

  • “High-speed data” may only mean non-LTE 4G or 3G data speeds
  • Oppressive throttling
  • Heavy deprioritization

How much does Hello Mobile cost?

Hello Mobile is one of the few carriers that do not charge any activation fees.

While Hello Mobile features three carrier options, there are a total of six plans. As noted above, customers can take advantage of the $25/month for unlimited talk, text, and HSD (high-speed data). Plan breakdowns are as follows:

  • Unlimited talk, text, and HSD: $25/month
  • 5 GB HSD, unlimited talk and text: $20/month
  • 3 GB HSD, unlimited talk and text: $17.50/month
  • 2 GB HSD, unlimited talk and text: $15/month
  • 1 GB HSD, unlimited talk and text: $10/month
  • 500 MB HSD, 500 minutes, and unlimited text: $5/month

Because plan pricing includes all taxes and fees, your final bill is as advertised.

Group plans

Group plan pricing is one of the most significant Hello Mobile advantages over other carriers. 

Here is another quick breakdown of plan price ranges based on the number of lines on your subscription (the top number represents the unlimited data plan), excluding the $5/month plan (which will not change when adding more lines):

  • 1 line: $25-10 per month
  • 2 lines: $20-8.75 per month per line
  • 3 lines: $18.33-8.33 per month per line
  • 4 lines: $17.50-8.13 per month per line
  • 5 lines: $17-8 per month per line

Hello Mobile’s checkout process

Getting started with Hello Mobile is a 3-step process that you can complete online via the carrier’s website.

hello mobile how many lines do you need

After selecting the plan you want, advance to the next page where you will check the compatibility of your current phone. 

If you don’t want to bring your own phone, you can choose from Hello Mobile’s selection of mobile devices.

hello mobile bring your own phone

Hello Mobile coverage quality

Depending upon your area, Hello Mobile identifies whether Sprint or T-Mobile is more reliable in your area. If you’ve brought your own device that’s only compatible with one carrier, then Hello Mobile will connect you to the respective carrier network.

Call & text quality

To date, there are few complaints about call or text quality among Hello Mobile users. So long as Sprint/T-Mobile coverage is secure in your area, you should be in good shape.

Data quality

Nowhere on Hello Mobile’s website do they advertise LTE data. While that’s not to say that Hello Mobile customers never experience LTE speeds, customers are noting that they are usually only able to access 4G or 3G data speeds.

As such, 4G and 3G do technically qualify as high-speed data (HSD), and Hello Mobile advertises their data as such. If HSD is adequate for you, then you will be perfectly content.

There is an ongoing concern about Hello Mobile’s data speeds during congestion on Sprint or T-Mobile networks. When data already falls short of consistent LTE speeds, Hello Mobile members are further annoyed by provider deprioritization familiar to all MVNO customers.

Hello Mobile throttling

The biggest negative of Hello Mobile is their throttled data speed. Once you’ve reached your HSD limit (the unlimited plan is technically only 15 GB of HSD), your data speeds decrease to a minuscule 264 kilobytes per second.

International coverage

Hello Mobile indeed offers customers unlimited calls to over 60 countries. However, when you select the hyperlinked text “60+ counties,” you’ll notice that you can only call to landlines in these 60 countries.

hello mobile international coverage

Does that mean you can’t call any international cell numbers? No. You can cell numbers from some countries, but your list of available countries reduces by half. 

hello mobile free select countries

Hello Mobile phone compatibility

If your phone is compatible with Sprint or T-Mobile, it is most likely eligible to switch to Hello Mobile. During checkout, you will need to confirm your phone’s eligibility using Hello Mobile’s BYOP page.

Disclaimer: Because Hello Mobile wants to encourage customers to follow the online purchase process, the only way to access the BYOP page is to add a plan to your cart and select “Check Compatibility” on Step 2.

hello mobile check compatibility
hello mobile bring your own phone

When checking your phone’s compatibility, don’t bother creating an account or continuing with the checkout process until you are ready to switch to Hello Mobile.

Can I buy a new phone with Hello Mobile?

Yes, you can. If you prefer to buy a new device, Hello Mobile has a limited selection of Samsung, LG, Motorola, NUU, ZTE, and HP smartphones.

At this time, Hello Mobile does not offer any finance options for their smartphones. However, there are smartphone vendors – including phone manufacturers – that can help you finance a smartphone of your choice. 

When financing your new phone, be sure to verify that phone’s compatibility directly with Hello Mobile.

Hello Mobile customer service

Like most reputable prepaid, no-contract carriers, Hello Mobile offers phone support, live chat, and online content to assist customers with questions or issues.

Additionally, Hello Mobile will answer customer inquiries on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

hello mobile support contact

Hello Mobile’s customer support appears to be adequate. Based on customer complaints, it seems that allegations directed at customer service agents are more accurately attributable to HSD speeds and throttling – an issue over which agents have no control.

Recap

In a quick recap of this Hello Mobile Review, we are impressed with the low rates. We are further excited about unlimited international calls to select countries. Lastly, Hello Mobile group plans are jaw-droppingly affordable. 

Where we would advise customers to look are little more closely are facts about HSD (versus LTE) and throttling practices. In the world of lifeline carriers, these data restrictions are typical. But for the average smartphone user, Hello Mobile’s advertised data could come across as lacking full transparency.


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List of United States mobile virtual network operators

Company Host network(s) Market Phone service Modem service BYODUnlimited fast data Unlimited slow data 5G access Tethering / phone hotspot International Native Wi-Fi calling Notes Access WirelessSprint[5][6]Lifeline: CA[7]Yes No Yes, but must call to check compatiblilty[8]No, plans capped at 6 GB maximum for Californians[9]No ? Used to be known as i-wireless Affinity Cellular Verizon[10]Personal[11]Yes[12]No[12][13]Yes, but no online compatibility-checker[10][14]No, plans capped at 10 GB max[13]No[14]? ? No; also, no service in Alaska[14]? AAA members receive extra benefits.[15]Airvoice Wireless AT&T[16][17]Personal[18]Yes[16]No?[19][20][21][22]Yes, BYOD-only[16][17]No, "We have the right to slow down the speed of data browsing upon our own discretion at any time during your 5 or 30 day cycle."[17][19][18]Yes, on Unlimited data plan (only?); 2G speeds: 128 kbps[19][18]? ? Yes, unlimited int'l calling and texting on appropriate plans[17][22][23]? Terms of Services includes "Since you are on an Unlimited Plan, there will be no disputes about calls not connecting or dropped calls or any other reason to call customer service and complain."[18]Allvoi Wireless AT&T[24]Personal Yes[25][26]No?[26][27]Yes[24]No, plans capped at 15 GB max[27]Yes, on Unlimited plans[27]? No[28]Yes, Calls to int'l #s on Unlimited plans[27]? Altice Mobile AT&T, Sprint[29][30]Personal Yes[29][31]No?[30][31]Yes, BYOD-only, unless phones are bought at an Altice retail location. Currently supported models are (unlocked) iPhone SE, 6, and above; Galaxy S9 series; and Motorola moto e6 & g7 play.[31][32]Yes, when not roaming off Sprint, but tethering speeds limited to 600 kbps; after 50 GB data usage, tethering and video streaming limited to 2G speeds: 128 kbps[30][33]Yes[30][33]? Yes, but see Unlimited Fast Data column for speed throttling info[30][33]Yes, unlimited int'l talk and text from U.S. to >35 countries; unlimited talk, text, and data (1 GB 4G LTE, then unlimited 2G unless additional data packs purchased) while roaming in >35 countries[30]Yes[34][35]CDMA not supported, only LTE (thus non-WiFi voice is VoLTE). Reportedly uses Sprint as primary network and only roams to AT&T when needed; data speeds limited to 128 kbps when roaming. Also automatically connects to Altice WiFi access points when in range; service then provided over Wi-Fi, not 4G LTE. $10/mo. discount for Optimum & Suddenlink customers.[30][33][35][36][37]Armed Forces Wireless / My AF Mobile T-Mobile[38][39]Personal[40]Yes[41]No[38][41]Yes[38][42]Yes, on Unlimited Data plan, though "Usage over 26GB of data in a month period may result in throttled speeds when in congested areas."[38][42]Yes, on 4 GB Data plan[38]? No[43]? ? Available to the general public. Gives a portion of its proceeds to veterans and first responders via a charity foundation.[40] Previously used the Verizon network.[45]Assist Wireless Sprint,[5][6]T-Mobile[6]Lifeline: OK, AR, MD and MO[46]Yes Yes[47]No, plans capped at 6 GB maximum with additional payment of $5 per month from consumer with OK Tribal Lifeline Plan[48]No ? Assurance Wireless T-Mobile, the legacy of Sprint[49]Lifeline: Over 40 states[50]Yes No No, plans capped at 6 GB maximum for ZIP codes within California[51]No ? Beast Mobile AT&T, Verizon[52]Personal Yes[53][54]Yes[54]Yes[53][55]No, plans capped at 10 GB max[55]Yes, on Unlimited Talk, Text & High Speed Data plan[55]? Yes, phone hotspot on Sprint only, for extra fee[55]Yes, int'l calling from U.S. with add-on?[55][56]? First MVNO based on the FreeMo MVNE.[53] Operates "Phones For The Homeless" program in Seattle and Oakland.[57]Best Cellular AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon[58]Personal Yes[58][59][60]No?[59][60][61]Yes[58]No[58][61]No?[58][61]? No?[58][61]? ? Formerly Boss Cellular.[58]Black Wireless AT&T[62]Personal[63]Yes[62][63]No[64]Yes, BYOD-only; no online compatibility-checker?[62][65][66]No, plans capped at 6 GB max[64]Yes, 2G speeds: 128 kbps[64]? No[67]Yes, non–Pay As You Go plans include unlimited (but not "unreasonable") calls to up to 10 unique int'l #s per month in >65 countries[63][64][68]? boom! MOBILE AT&T,[69]T-Mobile,[69]Verizon[70]Business, Personal[71][72][73]Yes[74]Yes[75]Yes, but no online compatibility-checker[71]No, plans capped at 20 GB max on Verizon, 60 GB max on AT&T[71][72][73]Yes, 2G speeds: 128 kbps[71]? Yes, but "iPhone Only for Non-HD" (??) on Verizon network[71]Yes, int'l calling and texting, but on AT&T network only[71]? AT&T network available to business customers only.[71][72]Boost MobileT-Mobile[76]Personal Yes[77][78]Yes[79]Yes[77][80]Yes, on Unlimited High-Speed plans, but "Customers who exceed 35GB of data during a single payment cycle may experience a temporary slowing of their network performance during the remainder of the billing cycle."[81][82]Yes, 2G speeds[83]Yes, with compatible device. Yes, but no Unlimited option available Yes, Calls and Texts to int'l #s for additional fees[84]Yes[85]Owned by Dish Wireless.[86]CellNUVO AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon[87]Personal Yes Maybe: depends on the MVNO or major network[87][88][89]Yes[88]Maybe: depends on the MVNO or major network[87][88][89]Maybe: depends on the MVNO or major network[87][88][89]? Maybe: depends on the MVNO or major network[87][88][89]Maybe: depends on the MVNO or major network[87][88][89]Maybe: depends on the MVNO or major network[87][88][89]"Virtual MVNO" that directs customers to WhistleOut (so, arguably "virtual virtual virtual") to get price comparisons of other MVNOs and major carriers with affiliate links to sign up. In addition, users may install and use CellNUVO app to play ad-supported "simple swipe games" to earn credits to apply against cell service bills.[87][88][89]Cellular AbroadAT&T
[citation needed]Personal Yes[90][91]Yes[90][92][91]Yes[93][91]No, plans capped at 1 GB max[93]No[93]? ? Yes, int'l calling, texting, and roaming[93][94]? No unlimited services except incoming texts (worldwide).[93] Sells and rents int'l phones & hotspot devices.[90] Offers VPN that works in China.[95] Offers service in Antarctica.[94]BBB A+ rating.[90]Charity Mobile Verizon
[citation needed]Personal Yes ? ? No No Yes ? Yes ? China Telecom CTExcel T-Mobile[96]Personal Yes[97]? Yes, BYOD-only[97][98]No, plans capped at 10 GB max[97][99][100]Yes, 2G speeds: 128 kbps[97]? No[98]Yes, plans available with unlimited calls to 20 countries, unlimited int'l texts, int'l roaming[97][99][100]? China Telecom and parent company China Telecommunications Corporation are state-owned (by China). Dual-number activation: U.S. phone number and virtual Chinese local number.[97]China Unicom Cuniq US T-Mobile[101]Personal Yes[102]No?[103][104][105]Yes, BYOD-only[102]No, plans capped at 9 GB max[103][104][105]Yes, 2G speeds: 128 kbps[103][104][105]? Yes, but only until Fast Data allowance depleted[102][103][104][105]Yes, calling, texing, and int'l roaming for select countries[102][103][104][105]? China Unicom is state-owned (by China). Chit Chat Mobile Sprint[106]Personal Yes[106]No?[107][108]Yes, BYOD-only[107]No, plans capped at 3 GB max[109]No[109]? No[109]Yes, calls to int'l #s from U.S. included[109]? ClearwayAT&T, Verizon[110]Business[111]Yes[111]Yes[111]Yes[111]No, plans capped at 20 GB max[112]Yes, 2G speeds[112]? ? ? Yes?[113]Owned by TracFone Wireless.[111]Community Phone AT&T, Sprint, and an unspecified third major networkPersonal YesNo?YesYes, though after 22 GB, speeds are not throttled, but service may be deprioritized during periods of network congestion. After 30GB the service may slow down or stop.Yes, after 22 GB of fast data, during some periods of network congestion? YesYes, with Unlimited plans, unlimited Calls to Canada and Mexico, and unlimited roaming in MexicoYes Tablet plans available. Physical store in Cambridge, MA. Promotes tech literacy, puts on seminars at senior centers, etc.Consumer CellularAT&T, T-Mobile[122][123]Personal Yes[122][123][124]Yes?[124][125][126]Yes[123][126]No, after 35GB of use, your access to high speed data will be reduced, and you may experience slower speeds for the remainder of your billing cycle.[125]Yes, though speeds may be throttled once use exceeds 35 GB in addition to overage charging[125]? No, except for plans "specifically designated for tethering usage"; no information on site regarding such designation;[127] reportedly, tethering can be added to plans on request
[citation needed]Yes, int'l calling, texting, and roaming[128]Yes[128]Tablet plans available. Discounts offered to AARP members, including 5% off monthly service.[125]CREDO MobileVerizon[129][130]Personal Yes[131]? No[129]No, plans capped at 20 GB max[132]Yes, on Unlimited Data plan; 2G speeds: 64 kbps[132]? Yes[132]Yes, int'l calls and roaming for select countries[133]? Tablet plans available.[132] Switched from Sprint to Verizon in August 2016.[130] Sells itself as a strong supporter of liberal / progressive political issues such as "Saving Mother Earth" and funds Planned Parenthood, among others.[129][134][135]Cricket WirelessAT&T[136]Personal Yes[136][137]Yes[138]Yes[136][139]Yes, on Unlimited extra. On unlimited data plans, but data speeds throttled to 3 Mbps, video streaming throttled to 1.5 Mbps (SD quality); after 22 GB on Unlimited plan, or anytime on Unlimited Extra plan, "Cricket may temporarily slow data speeds during network congestion"[140]Yes[140]Yes, with compatible device.[141]Yes, but on Unlimited data plans, after 10 GB, throttled to 2G speeds: 128 kbps[140]Yes, with appropriate plans: unlimited calling to landlines in 35 countries from U.S., unlimited texts to 37 countries from U.S., unlimited calling and texts to and from Canada, Mexico, and the U.S., roaming in Canada and Mexico[140][142]Yes Owned by AT&T.[143] Tablet plans not offered?[138][144][145]DataJack SprintPersonal No Yes ? N/A N/A DataXoomAT&T, Sprint, Verizon[146]Business[146]Yes Yes[146]No?[146]No?[146]? easyGO Wireless AT&T[147]Personal Yes[147][148]No?[148][149]Yes, but unlocked AT&T phones only[147][150]No, plans capped at 2 GB max[149][150]No[149][150]? ? Yes, unlimited calls from U.S. to landlines in >80 countries (and mobiles in some), unlimited texts to int'l #s from U.S.[149][150]? Owned by Telrite Holdings.[151]EcoMobile Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon[152][153]Personal Yes[153][154]Yes[154]Yes[153][155]No, plans capped at 8 GB max[155]Yes, 2G speeds[155]? No?[155][156]Yes, calls to int'l #s from U.S.[157]? EXTREMEConnect .me AT&T, T-Mobile Personal yes yes yes yes enTouch Wireless Verizon,T-Mobile[158]Lifeline: AZ, AR, CA, CO, GA, HI, ID, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, MD, MI, MN, MS, MO, NE, NV, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, PR, RI, SC, SD, TX, UT, WA, WV, WI, WY;[159]
Personal Yes[160]No?[161]Yes[162]No, plans capped at 6 GB maximum for California Tribal Plan only[163]No ? ? Yes, calls to int'l #s available through BOSS International Long Distance[164]Formerly Boomerang Wireless.[165] In early December 2020, one week after sending inquiry via web contact form still got no reply. Called 1-866-488-8719 many times were told wait time is over 15 minutes, offered to leave message by pressing 1, did not work, could not leave message, after holding for 15 minutes, got disconnected. Feelsafe Wireless AT&TLifeline: CA, KY, MI, MS, OH, OK, PA, SC and WI[166]Yes Yes No, plans capped at 8 GB maximum with Californians Tribal LifeLine plan[167]No ? Up to unlimited international SMSs with Californians Tribal LifeLine plan[167]Owned by Airvoice Wireless.[168]Flash Wireless Sprint,[169]Verizon[170]Personal Yes[171][172]No?[171][172][173][174]Yes, but "By the end of 2021, 3G and older 4G devices will no longer work properly on Flash Wireless."[169][170][175][176]No, plans capped at 22 GB max with unlimited slow data, or (on Sprint only) 50 GB max without[173][174]Yes, on Unlimited Data plan[173][174]No, coming soon Yes, but only on iPhone and select Android models, and on Sprint, only up to 10 GB[173][174]Sprint: Yes, unlimited calling to Canada, Mexico, & Puerto Rico; per-min. rates to others; unlimited calling to 80 or >130 additional countries with World Plan add-ons; unlimited (?) int'l texting[171][177][178] / Verizon: Yes, unlimited calling to Canada, Mexico, & Puerto Rico; per-min. rates to others; int'l texting for $0.20 per message[174][179]Yes, and texting, but only for Sprint?[180][181]Owned by ACN, the world's largest direct seller of telecommunications, energy and essential services for home and business. International roaming no longer offered as of 2019-08-01.[180][181]FreedomPopAT&T, Sprint[182]Business,[183] Personal Yes[182][184]Yes[184]Yes[182]Yes(?), "by completing partner offers"[185]Yes, "by completing partner offers"[185]? Yes[182]Yes, int'l calling from U.S.[186][187]Yes, and texting, but via FreedomPop app, not natively[188]Owned by Red Pocket Mobile.[189] Voice is VoIP by default; "Premium Voice" add-on enables cellular calling.[182]FreeUP Mobile AT&T[190]Personal Yes[190][191]No[192]Yes[193]No, Unlimited Data offers first 15GB at 4G speeds[192]Yes, 2G speeds after allotment used, except FREE and lowest tier plan[192]? No[194]Yes, unlimited calling to 150 countries or “Pay As You Go” per-minute rates - available with all plans; seems to include even FREE one. Int'l texting to more than 150 countries.[192]

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Yes, but via FreeUP Talk app, not natively[197]FREE plan: "250 Talk and Text", Unlimited Wi-Fi; upgraded plans available for additional charge. Unlimited 2G after allotment added on select plans on 10/22/2019.[192]Gen Mobile T-Mobile, Sprint[198]Personal Yes[198][199]? Yes[198][200]No?[198][200]No?[198][200]? Yes[200]Yes, unlimited calling to >100 countries from U.S., unlimited int'l texts (on appropriate plans)[201]? Owned by Dish Wireless.[202]Global Data Telecom AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon[203]Business[203]Yes ? Good2Go Mobile AT&T,[204][205]Sprint (coming "soon" as of July 2019; not yet available as of October
2019[update])[206]Personal Yes[207]No?[207][208]Yes[209]No[208]Yes[208]? No, "Technically no. Tethering is against the Terms & Conditions of Good2Go."[206]Yes, unlimited Calls & Texts to 60 countries with International Plan, per-minute rate for other countries[206]No, but "hope to launch it in 2019"[206]Google FiSprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular[210]Personal Yes[210][211]No?[211]Yes, Only "Designed for Fi" models have full functionality (e.g. non-Fi phones only use the T-Mobile network)[4][212]No, plans capped at 15 GB (Flexible plan) or 22 GB (Unlimited plan) max[213][4][214]Yes[213][4]Yes, with compatible device and only on the T-Mobile Network.[215]Yes[213]Yes, int'l calls, unlimited int'l texts, and roaming with data (6 GB fast, then unlimited slow, with Bill Protection),[4][216] using Three network (UMTS-based)
[citation needed]Yes[4]Switches automatically between the different listed host networks and Wi-Fi hotspots based on factors such as relative signal strength.[4]GoSmart MobileT-Mobile[217]Personal Yes[217]No?[218]Yes, BYOD-only, but no NET10, SafeLink, Straight Talk, Telcel, Total Wireless, or TracFone phones allowed[217][219]Yes, on unlimited data plan, but at 4G speeds only with Facebook, and 3G speeds for all else; phone hotspot limited to 10 GB Fast Data[217][218]Yes, 2G speeds[218]? Yes, but limited to 10 GB Fast Data on unlimited data plan (up to 20 GB shared Fast Data on 20 GB plan)[218][220]Yes, int'l calling to 69 destinations; roaming in Mexico, Dominican Republic, and many Latin American countries[218]Yes?[113]Owned by TracFone Wireless.[221] Acquired from T-Mobile.[217]GreatCallVerizon[222]Personal Yes[222][223]No?[223]No[222]Yes, on unlimited data plan?[224]No?[224]? ? Yes, int'l calling, texting, and roaming in select destinations[225]? Owned by Best Buy.[222] "Senior Cell Phones,[226] Medical Alert Systems & Safety for Seniors".[223]h2o WirelessAT&T[227]Personal Yes[227][228]No?[228][229][230]Yes[227][231]No, but speeds are limited to 8Mbps for LTE and 4Mbps for 4G. (After 30GB speeds will be slowed.)[229]Yes, 2G speeds[229][231]? Yes, but only on Unlimited Plan and only 30GB at LTE speeds.[229][232]Yes, int'l calls to 10 unique int'l landline #s per month in landlines in >50 countries and to mobile phones in select countries on non-Pay-As-You-Go plans, int'l texting[229][230][231]No
[citation needed]Owned by Telrite Holdings.[151]Hello Mobile T-Mobile[233]Personal Yes[234][235]No?[235][236]Yes[234][237]Yes, on Unlimited data plan, but "speeds may be lowered during periods of high congestion"[236][238]No[236][238]? Yes, on Unlimited data plan, otherwise extra fee for Mobile Hotspot Yes, unlimited int'l calling and texting from U.S.[239][240]Yes[241]Formerly also offered T-Mobile coverage.[234]Ideal Mobile Sprint[242]Personal Yes[243]No?[243]Yes, BYOD-only[242][243]No, plans capped at 7 GB max[243]? ? ? ? ? "A Nationwide prepaid carrier for any Sprint device and for blacklisted iPhones from Verizon, T-Mobile, and At&t [sic]".[243] FAQ page is empty.[244] Targets youth market, with plans called "Cool", "Wow", "No Way", and "Holy Cow".[243]Internet on the Go SprintPersonal No Yes ? N/A N/A Owned by TruConnect. Jethro Mobile T-Mobile[245]Personal Yes[246]No?[246][247]Yes[247][248]No, plans capped at 6 GB max[247]Yes, 2G speeds[247]? Yes, on 6 GB monthly and 1 GB yearly plans[247]Yes, calls to up to 15 unique #s in 75 int'l destinations on Unlimited International, or pay-as-you-go credits for other destinations[249]? FAQ link just redirects to current page.[245][246][247][249] Based on PlintronMVNA.[250]Jolt Mobile AT&T[251][252]Personal Yes[252]No?[252][253]Yes, BYOD-only[252]No, plans capped at 5 GB max[253]No
[citation needed]? ? Yes, direct dialing to int'l #s[252][254]? Kajeet"your choice of the five largest U.S. wireless networks, as well as one in Canada"[255]Business[255][256]Yes Yes[255]? Targets the K-12 educational market.[255][256]Karma MobilitySprint[257]Personal No[257]Yes[257][258]No[257]No[259]No?[259]? N/A N/A KidsConnect T-Mobile[260][261]Personal[261]Yes[261]No
[citation needed]No, specialty 3-button i Luv Wireless KC2 only?[261]No
[citation needed]No
[citation needed]? No
[citation needed]No
[citation needed]No
[citation needed]GPS tracker phone for communication between kids and their parents.[261]Kroger WirelessSprint[262][263]Personal Yes[262][263][264]No?[264][265]Yes[262][263]No, plans capped at 20 GB max[265][266][267]Yes, on Unlimited data plan[265][266][267]? Yes?[267]Yes, int'l calling from U.S.[266][268]? Phones available for sale online and in Kroger-owned stores such as Ralphs.[266]Kynect Sprint[269]Personal Yes[270]No?[270][271]Yes[272]No, plan capped at 15 GB[271]Yes, 2G speeds: 128 kbps[271]? Yes[271]Yes, int'l calling, text, and voice + data roaming, with Global Pass add-on[272][273]Yes?[272]Tablet plans not offered.[270][271] Formerly Stream Wireless.[274]Multi-level marketing company.[275][276]Ladybug Wireless AT&T, T-Mobile[277][278]Business,[279] Personal[280]No(?), "Check back soon"[277][281]Yes[277][279][280]No(?), "Check back soon"[277][281]Yes, but prohibited are video streaming above SD (must be manually limited), "large" downloads, hosting servers, etc.[280][282]No[280][282]? No
[citation needed]No
[citation needed]No
[citation needed]Founded to provide high-speed Internet service to rural customers.[283]Lexvor Verizon[284]Business,[279] Personal[280]Yes No Yes Yes, but speeds may be slowed after 50GB of usage due to network prioritization. No Yes Yes No Yes Focus on providing a Premium service without cutting corners in any facet of their business. Liberty Wireless T-Mobile[285]Personal Yes[286]? Yes[286][287]No[288]No[287]? Yes[287]No[287]Yes[287]Life Wireless AT&T,[5]T-Mobile[289]Lifeline: AR, AZ, CA, CO, GA, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, ND, NV, OH, OK, PA, PR, RI, SC, TX, UT, VI, WA, WI and WV[290]Yes Yes, but not officially supported No, plans capped at 6 GB maximum for Californians[291]No ? Owned by Telrite Holdings.[151]LycamobileT-Mobile[292]Personal Yes[292][293]No?[293][294]Yes[295]Yes, on the top High Data Plan, but "After Use of 50GB of 4G LTE, data speeds may be reduced for the remainder of the plan period", and tethering / phone hotspot is not permitted on this (or any?) plan[294][296][297][298]Yes[294][296][297]? No?[296][297][298]Yes, unlimited talk & text to >75 countries, int'l roaming[294][299]Yes, and texting[300]Lycamobile has been involved in legal and financial controversies in France, Ireland, and the U.K. They are a significant donor to the British Conservative Party. See Lycamobile § Controversies for details and citations. Madstar Mobile Sprint[301]Personal Yes[302]Yes[303]Yes[304]No, no 4G or full 3G speeds[305]Yes, 3G speeds: up to 512 kbps on Ultimate Plan[305]? No[306]Yes, int'l calling, and int'l roaming in countries with CDMA networks(?)[307][308][301]? Talk & Text (not Data) roams onto Verizon Network for no additional charge.[301]Metro by T-MobileT-Mobile[309][310]Personal Yes[309][310][311]Yes[312]Yes[310][313]Yes, on Unlimited High-Speed plans, but "If congested, the fraction of customers using >35GB∕month may notice reduced speeds and Metro customers may notice reduced speeds vs. T-Mobile due to prioritization. Video streams at 480p. Unlimited on handset and on network only."[314]Yes[314]Yes, with compatible device. Yes, but limited to 15 GB max?[314]Yes, unlimited calls and texts to select countries, and roaming in Canada and Mexico[315]Yes[316]Owned by T-Mobile. Formerly MetroPCS.[309][310]MetTel Mobile AT&T, Sprint, VerizonBusiness[317]Yes ? Mint MobileT-Mobile[318]Personal Yes[318][319]No?[319][320][321]Yes[320]Yes, though "Data speeds reduce after 35GB"[322]Yes, 2G (64 kbps) speeds or higher[323]Yes[324]Yes, though "The data you use just pulls from your monthly 4G LTE amount", which may indicate phone hotspot cannot use unlimited slow data Yes, int'l long-distance calling via PLD, and int'l roaming[325][326]Yes, and texting[327]Formerly Mint SIM; subsidiary of Ultra Mobile.[318] Targets youth market with website content like "C’mon, aren’t you dying to use the phone plan with a cute little fox on everything?" and "Staying connected while exploring the world just got super F*!ing easy! (We said “Foxing.”)".[323][326] campusSIMS partners with Mint to serve the market of international students in the U.S.[328]Mobal T-Mobile[329][330]Business, Personal[329][331]Yes[329][330][332][333]Yes[330]Yes[330]Yes, but only in Japan with Japan SIMs; Europe SIM capped at 7 GB max[334][335]Yes, with USA Visitor SIM only: 2G speeds (128 kbps) after 2 GB of 4G data[330]? Yes, "but there is no guarantee that it will work"[330]Yes, int'l calling, texts, and roaming with appropriate SIMs[330][334][335][336]? Bypasses the usual stringent requirements for obtaining a Japanese SIM.[334] Donates the majority of its profits to self-founded charity ("Krizevac transforms communities. This starts with placing a cross on a mountain in an area of great need. This symbolizes the values of public service & personal sacrifice underpinning the Krizevac Charity.").[337] "Mobal is one of the world's longest running cell phone providers and was founded in 1989".[333]Net10 WirelessAT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular (only on PAY-AS-YOU-GO minute plans),[citation needed]Verizon[338]Business, Personal Yes[339]Yes[340]Yes[338][341]No, plans capped at 12 GB max[342]Yes, 2G speeds on Smartphone plans[342]? Yes, but no Unlimited option available[343]Yes, int'l calling, and unlimited int'l texting on a few phone models[344]Yes?[113]Owned by TracFone Wireless. NetBuddy AT&TPersonal No Yes ? N/A N/A netTALK CONNECT T-Mobile[345][346]Business[345][346]Yes[346]Yes, BYOD-only[345][346]? Yes, unlimited int'l talk & text in U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico[346]Yes[346]NetZeroSprintPersonal No Yes ? N/A N/A Never Throttled AT&T[347]Personal No[348]Yes[348]Yes[349]Yes[348]N/A ? N/A No[347]N/A Primary target market is rural broadband. No setup fees, contracts, or credit checks; pledges never to raise prices for existing customers.[350][351]OTG Mobile Sprint (main page claims "All 4 US Carriers in one place", but only Sprint shown as option on Coverage page)[352][353]Personal Yes[354][355]Yes[355]Yes, BYOD-only[354]No, plans capped at 10 GB max[355]Yes
[citation needed]? ? ? ? As of July 2019[update], the website's SSL certificate expired 2019-05-21.[352] Linked-to FAQ page does not exist.[352][356]OTR Mobile T-Mobile[357]Personal No[357]Yes[357]Yes[357]Yes[357]N/A[357]? N/A[357]No?[357]N/A[357]No Terms & Conditions page ("Updating policy. Will be posted soon.").[357]Page Plus CellularVerizon[284]Personal Yes[284][358]
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Hello Mobile is a new MVNO started in 2019 by Issa Asad and operates on the Sprint and T-Mobile networks for coverage. Hello Mobile’s plans are appealing for their amazingly affordable price points. Plans start at $5 for 500MB of data and go up to $25 for 15GB of data. Hello Mobile offers family discounts too, bringing the cost of their 15GB plan (which they misleadingly marketed as “unlimited”) down to just $17 per line.

All Hello Mobile plans $10 and up include unlimited stateside international calling to over 60 countries, access to 10 million free WiFi locations, and unlimited 2G data when you go over your high-speed data allotment. There are no data overage charges, and Hello Mobile includes all taxes and fees in the price of their plans.

Something to be wary of is their unlimited plan. This plan is actually a 15GB plan. After 15GB of usage, your speeds will be slowed to 256Kbps , as discovered by Reddit user u/boazw21 .

Hello Mobile sells a wide variety of affordable Android phones, however for a greater selection and even better deals we recommend you check out unlocked smartphones on a site like Swappa (with whom we have an affiliate partnership). Swappa lets you purchase an unlocked smartphone at a great price, which gives you the flexibility to switch plans and carriers at any time you wish. You won’t be locked into Hello Mobile, and can switch at any time. We feel Swappa can help you save money on your new smartphone, and if you choose to purchase a phone through our link it helps support the development of our website.

With affordable plans and amazing family discounts, Hello Mobile is great for people with good Sprint or T-Mobile coverage and looking for a plan on a budget. However, customer support may be weaker than other providers, and Hello Mobile lacks support for visual voicemail and the mobile hotspot.

Hello Mobile Discounts

Hello Mobile offers family plan discounts with their plans. Save up to 32% off their plans with five lines:

  • Unlimited Data - $17/line (reg. $25, save 32%)
  • 3GB - $15/line (reg. $17.50, save 14%)
  • 1GB - $8/line (reg. $10, save 20%)

Hello Mobile Coverage

Hello Mobile uses T-Mobile’s and Sprint’s 4G LTE networks for coverage.

  • Sprint 4G LTE Bands: 25, 26, 41
  • T-Mobile 4G LTE Bands: 2, 4, 12, 66, 71

According to their Twitter, Hello Mobile can automatically switch between the Sprint and T-Mobile networks, but we are doubtful this is accurate.

Hello Mobile Features

  • MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service)
  • Video Streaming
  • Stateside International Calling

Hello Mobile includes free stateside international calling to over 60 international destinations with their plans $10 and up. You can also make calls to countries not included with Hello Mobile’s plans at reasonably affordable pay-per-minute rates..

International Data Roaming

Hello Mobile does not support international data roaming at this time.

Hidden Fees

Hello Mobile includes all taxes and fees with their plans. What you see is what you’ll pay.

Hello Mobile Customer Service

Here is Hello Mobile’s customer service contact information for questions and support:

Hell Mobile customer service hours:

  • Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 12:00 AM EST
  • Saturday - Sunday, 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM EST
Sours: https://www.bestphoneplans.net/carriers/hello-mobile

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Can I keep my number if I switch to Hello Mobile?

Yes, you can! Hello Mobile makes transferring your number to our 4G LTE/5G network quick & easy! You can bring your own number at any time, but for the smoothest transfer possible, we recommend waiting until your phone is ready to be activated.

What carrier is mint SIM?

6 in our rating of the Best Cell Phone Plans of 2021, No. 4 in our Best Prepaid Cell Phone Plans, and No. 3 in the Best Cheap Cell Phone Plans of 2021. Mint Mobile functions as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) on T-Mobile's cellular network, which means it uses T-Mobile's network but isn't owned by the company.

How many GB is unlimited data?

The standard unlimited data plan includes unlimited minutes, unlimited messages, and unlimited high-speed data up to a certain data cap. Usually this high-speed data cap is 22–23 GB. Some of the major carriers offer more expensive unlimited plans with higher data caps, exceeding 50 GB of data per month in some cases.

How can I delete my hello mobile account?

Scroll down on the Plan settings page and click 'Cancel Plan' from the Status section. Follow the prompt(s) for your cancellation. You will be prompted with a message confirming that your account has been cancelled.

What carrier does Straight Talk use?

Straight Talk is a type of carrier known as an MVNO (mobile virtual network operator), which means that it doesn't run or own a wireless network. Instead, it purchases the right to use towers from AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Sprint.

What is call over wifi?

What is Wi-Fi Calling? Wi-Fi Calling (aka Voice over Wi-Fi or VoWiFi) is a built-in feature on most of our current smartphones. Wi-Fi Calling lets you make and receive voice calls, texts and video calls over a Wi-Fi network instead of using a cellular network.

Is Hello Mobile Good Reddit?

For whatever it's worth, Hello Mobile has been great for me. I'm not a heavy user of data so their $5/ month plan is more than enough for me... I did not port a number, I just got a new one...

How do I switch phones on Hello Mobile?

If you Purchased a New Hello Mobile Phone

  1. Turn on your new phone.
  2. Log In to the My Mobile Account App. Open the pre-installed My Mobile Account and log in with your Hello Mobile phone number.
  3. Make a test call. Call 1 (877) 544-3556 to confirm your phone's activation.

How do I keep my mobile number in Hello Mobile?

Complete your activation and begin your number transfer by calling 1 (877) 544-3556 . Pro Tip: Having the account number & PIN from your current carrier ready can speed up the transfer process.

What network does Tello use?

Tello Mobile is an MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) that runs off of the nationwide T-Mobile network in the US market. Tello provides talk, text, and data services. Tello originally operated on the Sprint network before Sprint merged with T-Mobile.

How do I talk to someone at hello mobile?

How do I contact Hello Mobile?

  1. Facebook – https://facebook.com/HelloMobile.
  2. Live Chat – Click the “Live Chat” tab at the bottom right of https://hellomobile.com/ to chat with us.
  3. Twitter – https://twitter.com/helloMobile.
  4. Instagram – https://instagram.com/helloMobile.

What is my hello mobile PIN number?

Find your account number online or call Consumer Cellular at 1 (888) 345-5509. Your PIN will be the last 4 digits of your social security number. Text ACCOUNT to 27336 for your account number (member number). Your PIN number will always be 0000.

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Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T control the airwaves in the United States, but if you find their fees outrageous, you may have more options than you think. Smaller companies, called mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs), charge cheaper prices because they lease wireless capacity from bigger companies, rather than maintaining their own cell phone towers. 

They may not have the money for splashy advertising campaigns, but an MVNO can offer many core features that were once restricted to the Big Three. Nowadays, it's reasonable to expect to pay $15 a month for a line that includes 5G network access and a mobile Wi-Fi hot spot. All our top picks for the best cheap phone plans also have high-speed 5G where it's available.

Don't see anything that's useful to you? We also have guides to the best unlimited plans at the major carriers, best Android phones, best iPhone, and best cheap phones for all budgets.

Updated July 2021: We added Ting back into our guide and made slight tweaks to other services' pricing and data allotments.

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The Best Plan

Mint Mobile ($15–$40 per line)

Mint launched in 2016 and has become the best value among smaller cellular networks. Its Unlimited plan is our favorite data service and starts at $30 a month for pretty great benefits. 

4G LTE and 5G are in every plan with no speed caps. All plans have unlimited talk and text, and you can make free calls to Canada and Mexico. The Unlimited plan lets you use as much data as you want, though after 35 GB your data speeds may slow down and video streams at only 480p definition.

There are four tiers, and the prices are lowest if you pay for a year at a time. For your initial three months, you get a discount to, respectively, $15/$20/$25/$30 per month, although the prices rebound after that. If you choose to pay every three months, here are the monthly prices: 4 GB for $25, 10 GB for $35, 15 GB for $45, or Unlimited for $40.  If you commit to a year, you can keep that discounted rate. There's also a smaller discount if you commit to six months at a time.

Mint also offers a $5 one-week trial of its service. Download the Mint Mobile app from the Google Play Store or the Apple Store and you can try out a limited version of the Mint plan for $5. If you end up liking it and buying a plan after the trial week, Mint knocks the $5 off your renewal price.

Our favorite Mint Mobile plans are$15 per month for 4 GBand$30 per month for unlimited data. Mint does not include wireless taxes and fees in its prices. Both plans will cost $10 more per month if you don't pay annually.

Phone compatibility: This network runs on T-Mobile, so any ex-T-Mobile or ex-AT&T phone should work, along with many newer high-end phones that come universally unlocked, like iPhones and Google Pixels.Check here for compatibility.

If You're in a Rural Area

Visible ($40 per line)

Visible was our favorite until Mint released its unlimited plan, but it's still a great deal if you prefer Verizon's coverage, which is better in remote or rural areas. It's owned by Verizon and uses its network exclusively (which means it's not technically an MVNO, if that matters to you). 

The unlimited plan costs $40 per month for one line, including taxes and fees, and it comes with unlimited talk, text, and data. Your first month is only $25 per line, and after you pay for your third month Visible will send you a $50 gift card.

Visible uses 5G, if Verizon supports it in your area. Sadly, 5G coverage is still scarce outside certain major cities—and it's not all that game-changing yet. Your 5G data is capped at 200 Mbps. 

In times of heavy network traffic, Visible will deprioritize its customers below Verizon customers sharing the Verizon cellular infrastructure. It sucks, but it's common among these low-cost carriers. Visible used to inform customers on its website about slowdowns, but that has been stopped. Bummer. Honesty always wins bonus points. 

You get mobile Wi-Fi hot-spot data included, which is often missing from base plans among the three major carriers, though it's limited to 5 Mbps and supports only one tethered device at a time. Video streaming is restricted to 480p resolution.

Visible has only one plan, and it costs$40 per month for unlimited talk, text, and data. Wireless taxes and fees are included. Monthly pricing drops to $35/$30/$25 if your plan has 2/3/4 lines on it.

Phone compatibility: It runs on Verizon's network, so any ex-Verizon or ex-US Cellular phone or universally unlocked phone can be brought over.Check here to see if your phone is compatible.

Best for Homebodies (and World Travelers)

Google Fi ($20 per line + $10 per GB)

Whether you're a long-time work-from-home employee, or a world traveler who only occasionally makes international calls, Google Fi is an easy way to buy small amounts of data and not have to pay for too much.

You pay $20 for one line, plus $10 per gigabyte of data, whether you're in the US or traveling in one of the 200-plus supported countries. It's also prorated, so if you don't use a whole gigabyte, you won't get charged for a whole gigabyte. I recommend you turn off mobile data in your phone's menu at home to ensure that you're always using Wi-Fi.

Google Fi uses T-Mobile's and US Cellular's 4G LTE and 5G networks. It'll throttle (slow down) your data after you pass a certain monthly threshold: 15 gigabytes for the base tier, and 22 gigabytes for the unlimited plans. At least Google is clear about it. Data after 6 GB is free on a one-phone-line plan, so you won't get a surprise giganto bill if you lose track of your data use. That data threshold increases the more lines you have on your plan.

There's free travel, so you don't have to pay a daily fee overseas just to be allowed to pay again for by-the-minute phone calls. Instead, calls are a flat 20 cents per minute from outside the US, and there's free, unlimited texting. Data costs don't change outside the US either.

It works with more than just Google phones now, including certain Huawei, Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, and Apple models, but its iOS support is still in beta, and 5G isn't supported on the iPhone 12. If you're using an iPhone, Fi won't switch between networks for best call quality, which is a feature that's a big chunk of its appeal. The Unlimited plan exists, but is expennnnsive: $60 or $70 per month for a single phone line, not including taxes and fees, depending on whether you choose Simply Unlimited or Unlimited Plus.

Google Fi offers a$20 per line + $10 per GB of dataplan and theunlimited plan for $60. If you have five or more lines, the standard plan is reduced to $16 per line (+ $10 per GB), and if you have four or more lines, the unlimited plan reduces to $45 per line.

Phone compatibility: Onlycertain phones will work with Fi. The list of compatible phones is small compared to other providers.

Best If You Hardly Use Any Data

Ting ($10–$55 per line)

Ting revamped its data plans from the most à la carte method imaginable, in which you paid on a sliding scale for every single aspect of a phone plan, to a more typical tiered system like its competition.

All plans include 5G network access, unlimited talk and text, and a mobile Wi-Fi hot spot. The $10 plan comes without any data, and you pay $5 per gigabyte of data you use. If you hardly use data, this is the best plan on the market. You have the core features of fast network access and limitless talk and text without the high price of paying for data you won't use.

The $25 plan includes 5 gigabytes of data, all of which you can use over a hot spot, but the $35 plan lets you use only 8 gigabytes of its 12-gigabyte allotment over a hot spot. Both are solid deals, but they are outclassed a bit by the competition.

However, if you exceed your monthly data allowance, Ting drops you down to 2G network speed. That's brutal. Practically all MVNOs and MVNO-like carriers drop your speed after you exceed your data, even unlimited plans, but 2G is particularly slow. You can pay $5 per extra gigabyte of data to retain 5G and 4G LTE speeds, and any leftovers of this top-off data carry over to the next month.

The Ting plan we like most costs$10 per month, although you also have to pay $5 per gigabyte of data.

Phone compatibility: Ting uses the Verizon and T-Mobile networks, so a phone that works on either of those services is likely to work on Ting.Check your device's compatibility here.

Honorable Mentions

Boost Mobile ($15–$60 per line)

Owned by Sprint for many years, Boost was bought by Dish Network when T-Mobile gobbled up Sprint last year. It has five plans, from $15 to $45 a month, each with Wi-Fi hot spot data, 5G network access, and unlimited talk and text. The lowest tier has a 2-GB hot spot limit, which is pretty darn low if you connect it to a laptop to browse the web. You can use the entire data allotment of each non-unlimited plan over a hot spot, which gives it a leg up over similarly priced plans, such as Ting's $35 tier.

The unlimited plans make no financial sense at $50 and $60 per month. If that's your thing, go to Visible or one of the major carriers. The cheapest, lower-tier three plans are for new Boost customers only, and the lowest two require that you bring your own device.

Like Mint Mobile, the unlimited plans are limited to 35 GB of high-speed data, after which you get reduced speeds. Like most unlimited plans, this one makes us wonder why it's labeled “unlimited” at all.

The Boost Mobile plan we like costs$35 per month for 10 GB.

Phone compatibility: As always, universally unlocked phones will work, along with phones brought over from T-Mobile and AT&T.Make sure yours is compatible by checking here.

Cricket Wireless ($30–$60 per line)

Cricket is, eh, fine. There's nothing egregious about its offerings, but nothing about them really stands out, either. It's owned by AT&T and has been eclipsed by newer offerings that deliver more features than it manages. It still offers solid service, though, and some of the tiers make a good case for themselves.

The $35-a-month tier for 10 GB of 4G LTE data ($40 if you don't use auto-pay) makes the most sense, although it's light on features compared to the competition. But at least Cricket's prices do include taxes.

You have to step up to $55 a month to make free calls to Mexico and Canada. You get no Wi-Fi hot spot or 5G network access unless you pay $60 a month for the top tier, which includes 15 GB of hot spot data. Yet even if you're paying that much, you're limited to streaming video at 480p.

Cricket's best plan costs$35 a line for 10 GB of data.

Phone compatibility: Any universally unlocked phone,along with ex-T-Mobile and ex-AT&T phones.

Services to Avoid

Straight Talk is a collaboration between Walmart and TracPhone. It uses the broadest variety of cellular networks of all the providers in this guide—Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T. It costs $35 a month for 5 GB of 4G LTE data, but after that 5 GB you're knocked down to 2G, which is so slow it's usually unusable. It's only available at Walmart. Here's is its phone compatibility checker.

Xfinity is another well-known name that we'd pass on. Two members of WIRED's Gear team have had Xfinity Mobile, and they weren't fans of it. It's also just not a good deal compared to our other options. For $15 a month you get 1 GB of data, and for $30 a month you get 3 GB of data. We advise you to get Mint for $15 to $25 instead.

Metro, which is owned by T-Mobile, offers these plans: $30 for 2 GB, $40 for 10 GB, or two unlimited tiers. Metro really pushes its unlimited tiers, which offer basically the same features at the same price as regular T-Mobile plans, except for the fact that you may be deprioritized during times of congestion. In many instances, it's smarter to skip Metro and go straight to T-Mobile.

Some Technical Nitty-Gritty

These smaller providers (called MVNOs, generally, when they're not owned by another provider that has its own network infrastructure) use other networks' cellular infrastructure—almost always one or more of the big three or US Cellular. They typically work just as well as the standard network. If the network is congested, there's a chance those big carriers will prioritize their customers first, but we already know they deprioritize their own users during congestion as well.

It used to be crucial to know which type of cell network technology your carrier used: GSM or CDMA. If you had a phone that worked for one then it probably wouldn't work on the other, and so switching cell carriers might have meant having to buy a new phone. Nowadays, it's less important to know the difference. Many new phones work with either type of network. Still, every provider has a page that lets you see whether your current phone will work on it, so make sure to check it if you plan to jump ship.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I buy a Hello mobile phone?

Most sold universally unlocked phones should work with Hello Mobile. A selection of phones are also available for purchase. SIMs and plans are available for purchase directly through the Hello Mobile website. The company does not own any storefronts.

How much does Hello mobile charge per line?

Hello Mobile is a Mobile Virtual Network Operator, MVNO for short. Powered by T-Mobile, they're able to offer the same service at a fraction of the price. In fact, switching to an alternative carrier like Hello Mobile could save you $600 per line, per year. Want to find out if this is the right carrier for you?

Are there any low cost carriers like Hello mobile?

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Can a T-Mobile phone work with Hello mobile?

Hello Mobile supports phones that are out of contract, have no outstanding financial obligations them, and are compatible with either the Sprint or T-Mobile network. Most sold universally unlocked phones should work with Hello Mobile.

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