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Cost Analysis: New Verizon Plans vs. T-Mobile

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May 28, 2017

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Earlier this month, Verizon rolled out an update to its rate plans, which got a lot of flak in the press, but also successfully lowered the price per gigabyte of mobile data for its customers. Lowering the cost of mobile data is definitely something the Wireless Butler endorses!

Which New Verizon Plan is Best for Me?

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May 29, 2017

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Unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock, you’ve probably seen either celebrity studded ads for the new plans from Verizon Wireless or scathingly critical articles lampooning Verizon’s price hikes and Twitter campaign. If you’re interested in saving money on your wireless bill, neither of these are of much use. No worries — Wireless Butler is here to help.

Unlimited or Um-limited?

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May 29, 2017

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“Unlimited” is the worst example of mislabeling in wireless. All so-called unlimited plans are throttled. That’s why we call them “um-limited.” Here’s what you might have missed in the fine print on your um-limited data plan:

What does “porting a line” mean?

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May 29, 2017

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Watch out when porting your line because each of the big carriers has different traps if you’re not careful.

How much does a GB cost?

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A gigabyte (GB) is the basic measure for wireless data, like a gallon of gas or a kilowatt of electricity. The difference with wireless GBs is that they can vanish after 30 days.

What Are Prorated Charges?

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May 29, 2017

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Wireless bills can be confusing, especially when you change plans with your carrier, or when your carrier makes changes to the way it bills its customers. One type of fee you may encounter on your bill is a “prorated charge.”

This is What Um… Limited Looks Like, Pt. 2

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May 29, 2017

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In the last installment of our Um… Limited series, we examined just how slow 2G speeds are in real-world situations. In a word: molasses.

What is “Zero-Rated Data?”

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May 29, 2017

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Zero-rated data, or sponsored data, is something you get when a carrier lets you stream content over its network content without having that data count against your high speed data allowance – sometimes in exchange for ads or another service, but more often today as a perk.

What to Expect on the Bill after Wireless Butler

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May 29, 2017

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People use Wireless Butler for different reasons, but in many cases it’s to save money. Our goal is to make sure you get what you pay for or you pay as little as possible for what you need.

What you Need to Switch to T-Mobile

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May 29, 2017

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The Wireless Butler found you a great deal on service from T-Mobile, and you’re ready to make the switch. Here’s how:

I Found Savings and a Great Plan – Now What?

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May 29, 2017

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Wireless Butler analyzed your bill and found savings with your current carrier, or an even better deal with a new carrier–so now what?

4 Ways to Control Your Data Usage

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May 29, 2017

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– Change the Network settings in your phone to choose WiFi networks before cellular networks. – Close all your apps. Exited apps continue running and may use data. – If you have an iPhone, make sure WiFi Assist is...

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