Ever since Apple came out with the new iOS for iPhone, it’s made my phone extremely slow and drains the battery life. Thanks Apple. This led me to consider doing a phone upgrade, but my phone isn’t that old and it works fine (I have an iPhone 6). Currently, I’m on AT&T bc it gives me the best cell signal at work. But, the more I’ve been researching…. the more I’m leaning towards T-mobile or Google Project Fi.
- AT&T vs T-Mobile: All the Things that Matter
- Comparing unlimited plans for the big 4 (AT&T, Sprint, T-mobile, Verizon)
- Why I’m Dumping AT&T for T-mobile
- Best cell phone plans for the big 4
- Google Project Fi
- One Mile at a Time: Switching from AT&T to T-mobile
- One Mile at a Time: Review of Google Project Fi
We would definitely have more opportunities and data options on T-Mobile. Question is whether it gets good signal in the places where we want to be. If T-Mobile does get a good signal, it’s a no-brainer for us to switch to T-Mobile. Google Fi is a strong contender, but I don’t know much about it and there aren’t many reviews on it… and I don’t know where the coverage will be the best for us. There’s a lot of great perks, but I think at this point we need to go with longevity and data and good customer service that’s known. Google Fi is only available for android phones so we’d have to switch from iPhone to Android. Whereas with T-mobile, we could take our existing iPhones to make the switch.