Best carriers | iMore

Order: BeatsX | AirPods | MacBook Pro | iPhone 7 | Shop: Insanely Cheap Wireless Plans

Best carriers

Everything you need to know to pick the absolute best carrier deal for your iPhone or iPad

An iPhone without voice and data is just an expensive iPod, and an iPad Wi-Fi + cellular without the cellular, well, you get the idea. But carrier plans, be they single line or family, dedicated or shared, prepaid or postpaid, come at a price. They also have a tendency to change over time. A lot. So how do you make sure you get the best plan - and the most savings - possible? You check back here often, of course!

More coverage

EE plans to have 95% of the UK covered with 4G by 2020

EE has announced the UK mobile operator is set to increase 4G coverage to 95% and bring back customer support to within country borders. The company will introduce 600 new positions across the UK and Ireland, which should please customers who both expect and appreciate customer support based in the UK.

More →


Verizon reports $32.2 billion in revenue, nets 640,000 postpaid additions in Q1 2016

Verizon has announced its Q1 2016 earnings. The company brought in a total operating revenue of $32.2 billion, $22 billion of which came from the wireless end. Verizon was also able to add 640,000 postpaid subscribers while keeping its churn rate low.

More →


Rogers now offers add-on data when you're close to your monthly limit

Rogers has begun to send out text messages to customers who are nearly at their monthly data limit, offering three choices of add-on data bundles. But is it a good deal?

More →


Cricket Wireless launches $70 unlimited plan, offers $100 bill credit to T-Mobile customers

Cricket Wireless is launching a new unlimited plan for talk, text and data for one smartphone line for $70 a month starting on April 17. The no-contract carrier is also offering a $100 bill credit for people who switch from T-Mobile to Cricket.

More →


Sprint rolls out LTE Plus in New York City to bring you supercharged speeds

Sprint has rolled out LTE Plus in New York City. The newly added location joins 190 other markets across the U.S. who already enjoy the network's improved LTE speeds.

More →


T-UP! early upgrade program from Telus to be discontinued on April 18

Telus' early upgrade program, T-UP!, will be discontinued on April 18. The company says it is a result of working to ensure customers are offered the most valued products and services.

More →


T-Mobile Netherlands may borrow strategy from its U.S. brother in turnaround attempt

In an effort to turn around the struggling T-Mobile Netherlands, parent company Deutsche Telekom may take a page out of the book of its U.S. counterpart.

More →


Verizon and Google said to be preparing bids for Yahoo

Verizon and Google are both said to be preparing to make bids on Yahoo's web assets next week.

More →


Verizon offers three free months of HBO Now for new lines or upgrades

Verizon Wireless has a new promotion where it will offer three free months of the HBO Now streaming TV service for new customers that witch from a previous carrier, along with current customers who add a new line or upgrade.

More →


T-Mobile's latest plan offers two lines with 6GB of LTE data each for $80 a month

T-Mobile's latest promotion will give customers two lines with 6GB of LTE data each for $80 a month. There's no word yet on when this limited-time offer will end

More →


Pages