Should Verizon's data allocation revert to its previous amount, your best bet is Metro by T-Mobile, which gives you 10GB for a month and includes the taxes and fees in that amount.
View Deal T-Mobile, $70 a month All four major carriers offer different tiers of unlimited data plans.
We think T-Mobile's $70 option provides the best mix of value and performance.
Upgrade to the $60 plan, and you get 15GB of hotspot data plus an Amazon Prime membership on top of Google One.
That tops Boost's similarly priced unlimited plans, though Boost does offer more hotspot data, and you can get HD video streaming with its $60 plan.
T-Mobile's $70 plan is also the best unlimited data plan for individuals, though you can get a bare-bones unlimited data plan from the carrier for $10 less. Otherwise, Verizon offers the most compelling individual cellphone plan, costing $55 a month for 5GB.
Prepaid customers should take advantage of Verizon's limited time offer that doubles the size of its -a-month data plan to 16GB, but otherwise Metro by T-Mobile offers the best prepaid plans for both individuals and families thanks to a strong network and appealing perks.Republic Wireless offers the best mix while keeping your plan under .Every plan features unlimited talk and text for a month; just tack on for each gigabyte of LTE data you use, meaning you can get 2GB along with talk and text for a grand total of every month.(Families can pay an extra per month per line for Magenta Plus if they really want HD streaming.) T-Mobile's network delivers comparable performance to Verizon, which still charges more for its best unlimited family plan even after a recent price cut.Both Verizon and Sprint let you mix and match different unlimited options for each line of your family plan if you prefer flexibility.It gives a family of four unlimited data for 0 a month.We wish T-Mobile let you stream HD video as part of its Magenta plan, but for most users, 480p video on a smartphone-sized screen will be good enough.View Deal Metro by T-Mobile, a month Several prepaid carriers offer monthly plans with unlimited 4G LTE data, but Metro by T-Mobile remains the best, thanks to its superior network performance and perks.Metro gives you unlimited data for a month, with 5GB of LTE hotspot data and access to Google One cloud storage.Next time you're in the market for a new smartphone — whether it's the i Phone XS, Samsung's soon-to-debut Galaxy Note 10 or one of the best cheap phones — you may find yourself needing to pick out a new cell phone plan, too. Beyond just dollars and cents, you need to consider which phones are supported by which wireless carriers and what coverage and data speeds are like in the area where you’ll use your phone the most.Throw in carriers’ near-continual plan changes — including multiple tiers of unlimited plans — and it’s a recipe for confusion.