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Prepaid carrier options are improving every month
Within the past few months, H20 and AIO have dropped their prices. Now Verizon is jumping on board.
Here's a comparison I'm been mulling over the past few weeks when considering a switch:
Straight Talk (current carrier): $45 plus taxes for unlimited talk, unlimited text, 2.5GB of data before throttling
AIO: $50 (minus $5 for auto-pay = $45) for unlimited talk, unlimited text, 2.5GB of data before throttling; also an option to save $10 month if I was only planning to use 500MB of data
$30 = unlimited voice, unlimited text and 500MB data
$40 = unlimited voice, unlimited text and 1GB data
$50 = unlimited voice, unlimited text and 2GB data
$60 = unlimited voice, unlimited text and unlimited data
After tracking data usage for a month, it looks like I am using less than 1GB and close to less than 500MB thanks to wifi at home and work, so H20 may be worth a switch.
Is anyone else weighing these options?
...yet another idea would be to sell the Nexus 4, buy a Moto G from Verizon's prepaid, but $45 gets 500MB of data (and a loss of freedom to move from carrier to carrier)