Learn how to get 100% FREE cell phone service all the way to the best prepaid services at an affordable price.
A full breakdown of the best Prepaid cell phone plans in the US. Useful for everyone on a budget but especially ingress players.
All 197 cell phones carriers thoroughly researched to make sure as always you get the best information.

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31 Responses to Ingression: Best Prepaid Cell Phone Plans May/June

  • lol first!

  • Thanks Colin. Your phone reviews video was great, but for those who are having financial issues this is a great value for them. I appreciate all you do. Hopefully you an come up here to Orange County, NY.

    • +Franz Constancio I hope to too. My girlfriends family lives in Oswego County and there was some possible mention of a road trip from there to North Carolina so you never know where I’ll stop along the way

    • That would be great! We will keep our fingers crossed!

  • 12GB for 9 euro in Bulgaria

  • +Collin Williams … now you’re going from a worldwide audience to a US audience. Too bad. Thumbs down.

    • +Duarte Teixeira 🙂 for this particular piece yes. Worldwide cell phone service would require a video even longer then my normally over long videos.
      I made sure to also release a Protips video (Protips 6) video for everyone worldwide. But with 49% of my viewers US based and cell phones being a personal area of expertise I figured I should share the knowledge

    • +Collin Williams Don’t take me wrong, I’m not saying your video ain’t useful, even more if half of your viewers are in the US, I was just saying that, in this case, for half of your viewers, this video have very few interest.
      I’ll keep on viewing you’re videos, and let that this change to thank you for making them (and for being on the right side of the force) 🙂

  • I realize you’re speaking nation wide. In the Dallas area of Texas AT&T is strongest imo

  • Not sure if this is a tip or not but for t mobile players who do the $50 prepay option, normally you only get 1G 4G however if you go to the t mobile app and then to bulling, you will find a 3G plan for the same price and you can do instant upgrade and it costs you nothing! Three times the ingress for free!

  • Hey Colin thanks for all the video BTW I love them

    Im travelling from Canada to the portland event and totally stoked.
    I found a good option for myself as I only there for a few days.
    check out https://www.roammobility.com

    They will ship a 3-1 sim card to canada and the daily packages are great and you can schedule when the package starts.

    hope to meet ya in portland.

  • I used that $45 Straight Talk plan for a while until I found out MetroPCS had a $60 plan with unlimited everything and NO high speed data cap. 

    I know that the ‘no high speed data cap’ might not be important for ingress play but I love being able to stream video all month long so I thought that was worth mentioning.

    • +Matt Smith Metro’s running T-mobile’s network that eats it anywhere outside cities which eliminates a lot of portals

    • +Collin Williams Oh, interesting. Good thing I don’t travel much.

    • Yeah technically Straight talk does as well if you end up on a T version phone or bring in a T-mobile phone. T-mobile’s decent on metro, but as you can see from this root metrics testing (  http://www.rootmetrics.com/us/blog/special-reports/year-in-review-2014-us ) eats it on state and nationwide levels

  • Can you recommend a good no contract GSM carrier, I want to buy an Alcatel idol 3, it is unlocked and will work with any GSM carrier. Thanks.

  • Free $25 service credit bonus for you when activating your phone as a new line of service through Virgin Mobile’s official referral program here: https://refer.virginmobileusa.com/24nk7yF

  • You didn’t talk about scatch wireless, WiFi calling all free

    • +Kenneth Marimow I didn’t mention them because they are only 100% free on WiFi and playing ingress only on Wifi is like boxing with 2 hands tied behind your back. you can do it, but you won’t win or get good fast. When you look at scratches data it’s $25 for only 1GB off WiFi which makes them far more expensive than everyone else especially since that price doesn’t also include calling.

    • Ooo, Lol Thanks , I thinking about Scratch as An back Up phone , Wish They Have better phones. I can use them only in WiFi , All and Everywhere has WiFi , I also have an Work Cell Phone , If I need to make Call on Net work , Also I found out Scatch is Unlimited Text WiFi Or Sprint Network Free. I would pay Nothing, What is your thoughts

  • The straight talk one applies to all phones not just Verizon. I’m not a fan of CDMA so I put an unlocked AT&T phone on Straight talk with LTE. The network logo at the top of the screen even says AT&T, not straight talk. They don’t throttle the speeds either(at least not to the extent)like they do on cricket. Cricket is limited to 8mbps down. I average LTE 14-18mbps down on the Straight Talk at&t Sim, 6-10 on hspa+, and 150-200kbps on 2g which is surprisingly fast enough for everything I do on my phone internet except watching videos.

  • I have a unlock s4 and I try Verizon straight talk sim and it lag lot but ATNT work just like a contract

  • Hi, what do think of virgin mobile?

    • +Jonathonn77 Virgin piggybacks off sprint and doesn’t accept GSM phones, so for the $35 price (first one with real data) I’d go cricket on autopay instead ($35 as well)

  • LOVING Cricket Wireless. Just $35 p Month including fees and taxes. Get a $25 credit by using my Referral Code. Cricket uses the AT&T network! Use any iPhone or Android smartphone and save big. https://refer.cricketwireless.com/4LbvvSs

  • america gets SPANKED over phone contract costs :S

  • Family Mobile from Walmart also goes into the $35 range for 5 gigs at high speed but its on T-Mobile’s Network.

  • Republic wireless did not to that great but it is cheap

  • metro pcs $30 unlimited everything

  • Total Wireless (Verizon network). $25 per month, $10 for 5gb of data that never expire with active service. And a 30 dollar phone plays Ingress just fine.

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