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4 Reasons to Switch to T-Mobile & 4 Reasons Not To

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Is it worth it to switch to T-Mobile? Yes, T-Mobile will pay the cost of switching from AT&T or Verizon, but there are a lot of things to consider before rushing in to switch to T-Mobile. While there are definitely some advantages to T-Mobile’s services, there are plenty of reasons to stick with your current carrier.

What are some of the key advantages of T-Mobile? All of T-Mobile plans are contract-free, which means it can be easier to switch plans and carriers at will. T-Mobile’s network is improving, providing fast 4G connections in more cities than in past years. International calling and data add-ons let T-Mobile customers travel abroad and know that a huge bill won’t be waiting for them when they arrive home.

Not everything about T-Mobile is great. Its network won’t impress people who live in many small towns and the suburbs. The carrier lures customers with the promise of cheaper plans and lowering pricing, but it’s not always the cheapest option. Its smartphone roster does not extend much past Samsung’s Galaxy devices and Apple’s iPhones. Subscribers don’t sign contracts locking them to an early termination fee, but there are penalties for leaving. AT&T and Verizon outshine T-Mobile in some locations.

Read: AT&T vs. T-Mobile: All The Things That Matter

Switching wireless carriers is scary. Which carrier you use impacts your household’s budget. Choosing the wrong carrier can cripple your smartphone when you need it the most. Don’t switch to T-Mobile without knowing exactly what the carrier excels at and where it falls short. Use this guide to decide if switching from AT&T, Verizon or Sprint is a good idea for you.

Reasons to Switch to T-Mobile

  • Do Switch for If You Frequently Travel
  • Do Switch for Discounts and Offers Every Tuesday
  • Do Switch to Avoid Hidden Fees
  • Do Switch to Upgrade Your Phone Three Times a Year

Reasons to Not Switch to T-Mobile

  • Don’t Switch for Cheaper Plans
  • Don’t Switch for Network Reception
  • Don’t Switch to Get Away from Contracts
  • Don’t Switch to Get the Best Phones

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3 Comments

  1. RafaelM

    08/02/2017 at 8:35 am

    T-Mobile in Connecticut works amazing. I was with AT&T but it has gotten really ridiculous with its pricing. T-Mobile is pretty awesome and definitely has changed a lot since the last time I had them back in the early 2000’s. I travel a lot to Canada and this is a deal breaker for me with T-Mobile its free and I can be in any plan not like att where you have to be on the unlimited plan. Yes T-mobile service is spotty up in Vermont but it doesn’t matter because ATT and T-Mobile have an agreement in those areas :)

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