Which mobile service provider are you with?

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Aug 23, 2013 3:43:35 PM

Depending where you live, there are usually many to choose from.
The main ones in the USA are AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint, but there are many more: Boost Mobile, Fun For Mobile, Simple Mobile and the list goes on.

What mobile carrier are you with & what type of plan do you have?

Aug 23, 2013 10:46:09 PM

I am in the UK, I'm currently with Orange. I'm on a 24 month plan paying £26 a month for 200 X-network minutes, unlimited texts & 750mb of data. I very rarely make calls so 200 mins is fine, unlimited texts is perfect for me but ideally I would like more data, it's not an issue at the minute as I am confined to the house so I'm just using the home wifi, but when I'm better I'll be out and about and hammering the 3g again.

Aug 24, 2013 6:08:27 AM

UK also, giffgaff. It's part of the O2 network, £12 per month gets me 250 minutes, unlimited texts and unlimited data. Ideal for me, though my Mrs pays £10 for 500 minutes & 1gb data.

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Aug 24, 2013 8:42:35 PM

I use Straight Talk's bring your own device, so my provider is basically AT&T. I love it to death... signal's good, data's quasi-unlimited, price is way better than most. Been happy with it for a while now.

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Aug 29, 2013 7:32:16 PM

I'm I'm Australia and I'm with Vodafone. I was with 3 since the beginning then merged over. I'm happy with my $30 monthly prepaid cap as I get unlimited free sms to anyone, $450 credit which in only sometimes use up and 500mb Internet data. In have wifi at home so I'm very content.

Sep 1, 2013 2:29:00 AM

I use U.S. Cellular. In Maine, they have the most coverage. I have a prepaid cell and a 2gig data plan with them.

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Dec 5, 2013 12:54:33 PM

Hey @Miss Kat, I was with Optus for many years and was always pretty happy with my service (through some weird magic I even went 6 months without being asked to pay bills once!) but then after a stint abroad I went with Telstra and they were awful.

When I left the country again I went through an entire YEAR of calls and emails trying to get them to disconnect my service and wipe the charges they claimed I owed them. All while trekking in the Himalaya. So I will never use them again or recommend them, even if they have the best coverage.

In Germany (now) I was with T-Mobile because their network here previously, but switched to Blau.de recently for better monthly rates. In Canada I was with Rogers and they seemed fine too.