The Samsung Galaxy S II is a very popular smartphone and is available at Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile. But which network offers the best choice of contracts and terms?
Mobile Phone Plans and Carriers
Choosing a mobile phone carrier is not easy and can result in a 2- or 3-year commitment that is difficult to break without paying a hefty fee. This area of the Bright Hub’s Mobile Hub is dedicated to comparing the various services that are available. We review plans and phone options, including smartphones and qmds, from the most basic cell phones to the newest smartphone options.
Learn about coverage areas and average consumer satisfaction ratings, as well as what to watch out for when you sign a mobile contract and what rights you have if you change your mind or find the mobile carrier’s service unsatisfactory for your needs. Can you exchange a phone you dislike? Downgrade your minutes? Add additional members to your plan? Drop additional members? Find answers to these and many other questions at Bright Hub’s Mobile Phone channels.
Why pay a premium for cell phone service when you can switch to a pre-paid or pay-as-you-go plan and only pay out for the minutes that you actually use? Learn about your options in the pre-paid market.
You finally decided to buy an iPhone and now is the hard part. Which plan will give you the best value for your money? Learn what your options are in this in-depth guide.
Everyone wants to own a smartphone nowadays, even young kids. That’s why it makes sense to investigate family plans. Many carriers will offer great discounts and package deals for families.
If the thought of signing an annual wireless contract makes you break out in a cold sweat, consider choosing a no-contract wireless device from T-Mobile. You’ll still get the service you need without having to make a long-term commitment.