How To Choose A Cell Phone Plan In 2022!

  1. How much data do you need?
    The average consumer uses about 14.6GB per month. People on unlimited plans use an average of 18GB to 20GB per month. This means people are paying for data they don’t need.

Checking your data usage is a great way to get a plan that meets your needs, WITHOUT overpaying for data you don’t need.

Check your data usage in your online account, or in your phone’s settings.

  1. What features do you want vs. need?
    It’s important to pick a cell phone plan that has the features you need. What’s important to you? Wi-Fi calling? VoLTE? Hotspot? International calling? Use our worksheet to identify features you can’t live without (need) and features that would be nice to have (want) –…
  2. What network do you want for coverage?
    There is no point in picking a cheaper cell phone plan if you never have coverage! Thankfully, all cell phone plans in the United States will use either Verizon, AT&T, or T-Mobile for coverage.

This means you can keep the SAME coverage you are used to while switching to a MORE AFFORDABLE plan.

Check which network is best in your area in my friend’s website called Coverage Critic –

  1. How many lines do you have?
    If you have 1, 2, or sometimes even 3 lines, it’s often cheaper to get each person their own separate plan. However, if you have 4+ lines, then it’s cheaper to get a plan with a family discount.