In creating their ranking, wireless analysts from MyRatePlan.com took the following aspects into account: pricing, features, data allowance, carrier coverage, consumer ratings, and their own editor’s choices
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 20, 2013
Today, MyRatePlan.com, the authority comparison engine for mobile phones, cell phone plans, and smartphones, announced its annual ranking of the top three best cell phone plans of the year. In creating their ranking, wireless analysts from MyRatePlan.com took the following aspects into account: pricing, features, data allowance, carrier coverage, consumer ratings, and their own editor’s choices. With a big slate of new smartphones coming out in 2013, it’s important to have a data plan that allows for as much data, voice minutes, and text messages to accommodate everything that these new smartphones have to offer.
Here are the top three best cell phone plans of 2013:
1) Sprint Simply Everything Plan – The Sprint Simply Everything Plan for smartphones is this year’s pick for the best cell phone plan of the year. With the Sprint Simply Everything Plan, customers receive unlimited voice, data, and texting for $109.99 per month. Sprint topped this list because it offers truly unlimited data, and it doesn’t cap it like similar plans from AT&T and Verizon Wireless. Sprint also features better overall coverage than T-Mobile.
2) Verizon Wireless Share Everything Plan 2 GB – The Verizon Wireless Share Everything Plan also makes this year’s list of the best cell phone plans currently available. With the Share Everything Plan 2 GB, customers receive unlimited voice and texting, and 2 GB of data for their smartphones for $100 per month. In addition, customers also receive the excellent service coverage that Verizon Wireless offers.
3) T-Mobile Unlimited Nationwide 4G – The Unlimited Nationwide 4G Plan from T-Mobile rounds out this year’s list of the best cell phone plans. With the Unlimited Nationwide 4G Plan, customers receive unlimited 4G data, voice, and text messaging for $89.99 per month. This plan would rank higher on this list if it weren’t for the lack of iPhone support as well as T-Mobile’s less-than-stellar wireless coverage.
“2013 is going to be a big year for smartphones, with the Samsung Galaxy S 4 having just been announced, and the next iPhone on the horizon,” explained Logan Abbott, President of MyRatePlan.com. Customers looking to compare cell phone plans including, and in addition to the plans listed above can do so here: http://www.myrateplan.com/wireless_plans/
MyRatePlan.com is an authority cell phone comparison shopping website that allows consumers to compare mobile phones, and find the best cell phone plans available using its comprehensive cell phone comparison tool.