When Bolt carrier group companies, such as Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile, announce that they’re shutting down, many of you will be wondering what will happen to your carriers.
The answer is that there is a lot of stock to sell in Bolt carrier companies.
This is why it is so important to understand what each of the companies have and why you should care.
In this article, I’m going to go over how each carrier has its own carrier group and what it means for you.
The following are the carrier groups in the Bolt industry:These are the basic names for carriers and the types of things they offer.
Each carrier has a different set of options available to it.
Sprint, for example, offers a 2GB or 2TB Sprint Data Plan.
T-Mo, on the other hand, offers unlimited talk, text and data.
Verizon, on a much smaller scale, offers two 2GB and 3GB data plans.
All of these carriers offer voice, data and high speed data.
Sprint’s 2GB plan has the highest cap on your data, while T-MO’s unlimited data is the lowest.
These carrier groups have different features that are available to you.
For example, Sprint has a 3GB plan for $35/month, while Verizon offers a 1GB plan at $40/month.
You’ll also find Sprint’s data and voice plans for different age groups, depending on which carrier you buy from.
Ting, for instance, offers the lowest 4GB plan, while AT&T offers the highest 2GB for $30/month for a family of four.
In fact, AT&’ts $30 plan is a deal of the century, offering unlimited talk and text, unlimited data and up to 5GB of data for just $35 per month.
This may seem like a lot, but it’s not a lot compared to what other carriers offer.
The good news is that AT&’s unlimited data plan has a very low cap of 2GB, while Sprint’s unlimited plan has 2GB of unlimited data, but you’ll need to pay $60 a month for a more expensive unlimited plan.
You can get unlimited data from any carrier for $40 a month.
The carriers offer a variety of prepaid services, too.
AT&t has unlimited talk with no contract, while Boost has unlimited text and video, and Ting offers unlimited data with no price cap.
The Sprint plans offer no monthly service fees, but Ting does charge $5 per GB.
AT’s Unlimited talk plan offers 2GB data for $20/month or $30 per month, while the Ting unlimited plan offers unlimited text for $10 per month or $15 per month and data for free.
Verizon offers unlimited calling for $15 a month, and Sprint offers unlimited texting and data at no extra cost.
Ting Unlimited has the lowest caps on your voice and text.
T’Mobile Unlimited has 2MB data at $30 a month and unlimited talk for $50 a month or unlimited text to 100 MB for $60.
Verizon Unlimited has unlimited texting for $25 a month plus unlimited call for $70.
T-Mobile’s unlimited plans include unlimited talk as well as unlimited data.
AT’s unlimited talk plan includes unlimited texting, but requires a $40 data fee.
Tm’s unlimited texting plan has no caps, but data is only available for a set number of minutes a day.
Sprint Unlimited has a $20 data cap and data is available for unlimited texting or calling.
Tm Unlimited has no data caps, although you will have to pay the data cap if you exceed your cap for a certain period of time.
Verizon’s unlimited text plan has caps of 1MB for $120 a month; 1MB data for unlimited text calls and unlimited calls over 4G and 3G for $300.
Boost’s unlimited calling plan has 3GB for unlimited calling to 100MB for free or unlimited texting to 100 text messages for $100.AT&’ s unlimited calling and texting plans do have data caps and caps that can vary by carrier, so make sure you’re not overpaying for the unlimited calling or texting plan.
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Verizon has unlimited data plans with no cap on data usage, but no caps on data for calling and text calls.
Boost has no unlimited plans at all.
Sprint has unlimited plans with caps of 100MB, and unlimited text plans with a 1MB cap.
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Sprint offers no plans with unlimited data or calls.
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