Cell Phone Carriers

Browse Articles by Carrier

From AT&T to T-Mobile, to Boost Mobile and Cricket Wireless. We have everything you need to know about most cell phone carriers in the U.S. We explain exactly what a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is and how they differ from the big four carriers—Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile. We also pick out the best cell phone plans that each carrier has to offer. Whether they have the best family plan or the best budget-friendly plan, we’ve combed through each plan with detail and bring you our shortlists.

Each cell phone carrier has their own policies when it comes to unlocking their phones and switching, so we also simplify all of this information so you’re not caught out when you want to make the switch to a different carrier.

Latest AT&T Articles

Whether you're already an AT&T customer or you're thinking about switching to one of the top carriers in the U.S., we have everything you need to know right here. From AT&T's best cell phone plans, current deals on their phones, prepaid plan information, and bundle packages, we've got it all right here.

Latest Sprint Articles

Sprint may not have the best coverage or network in the country, but the carrier sure does have great deals on phones via the Flex Lease program. To find the best Sprint plan and to learn how to switch to Sprint today, look no further than our Sprint articles.

Latest T-Mobile Articles

T-Mobile's coverage and network speeds get better and better each year, giving AT&T and Verizon a run for their money. Even though the "Un-Carrier" may not always have the best phone deals, it does have some great plans with bonus extras, like free Netflix subscription. If great customer service is also important to you, T-Mobile's Team of Experts claim to provide the best service out of all the carriers.

Latest Verizon Wireless Articles

Having arguably the best network in the country, many of us can't go past Verizon as our cell phone carrier of choice. Although the carriers has some of the most expensive plans in the market today, it is also the first carrier to offer 5G data, although the rollout isn't quite as fast as we would have hoped. If you want to be one of the first with 5G, then think about switching to Verizon.