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Cheap Cellphone service that uses Verizon network?

AnbuItachi 1,532 36 August 12, 2015 at 05:57 PM
Im looking for a cellphone service that uses Verizon. I'm currently on 30$ Tmobile plan, but looking to switch to Verizon simply b/c I switched jobs and there is 0 reception in the building w/ Tmobile. Most important to me for plan is data, then minutes. Texting is w/e. Looking for something comparable to the price of my current Tmobile plan.. Thanks

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Im looking for a cellphone service that uses Verizon. I'm currently on 30$ Tmobile plan, but looking to switch to Verizon simply b/c I switched jobs and there is 0 reception in the building w/ Tmobile. Most important to me for plan is data, then minutes. Texting is w/e. Looking for something comparable to the price of my current Tmobile plan.. Thanks
Page plus cellular is worth a look. Not for heavy data but at least you could try it. Not sure what other carriers exist that would meet your needs.
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Haha i actually originally went from PP to tmobile few years ago, but yea their plan is very low data =( I use about 3GB per month, so i would have to get the 55 or 70$ plan which is way too much
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What about Sprint coverage? Might try Republic Wireless.
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no sprint signal in building.. Only verizon -__--
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straight talk uses verizon and in some areas at&t . I think you can call straight talk to ask for a verizon network.I realize they are all using some of the same towers.They have the 30.00 plan and the unlimited 45.00
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Make sure you know prepay phones use a smaller coverage area than postpay, all the carriers are like this, and most MVNOs only use a carrier's prepay coverage area. According to Howard Forum [howardforums.com] (large cellphone forum), Selectel is one of the very few that uses the larger postpay network
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No wifi in the building?
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