Tag Archive: MVNOs

How Does Tello Mobile Stand Out From Other MVNOs?

If you’re on the verge of losing faith when it comes to reliable wireless carriers, take a look at Tello Mobile, the Sprint powered MVNO that made quite a splash in the market in the last year when it comes to outstanding prices and reliable service.

While it’s no secret that MVNOs are a cost-effective alternative to the big 4 carriers, not all offer the same value for money.

Android users can now enjoy Tello Mobile’s plans &  [Read More…]

The effect of the Sprint + T-Mobile merger on MVNOs will soon be discovered

The Justice Department is questioning smaller brands right now.

It’s clear that the T-Mobile and Sprint merger will have a huge impact on the wireless space in the U.S., meaning that every nook and cranny needs to be checked before the deal can go through. As part of the latest step in this process, the Justice Department is now reportedly asking smaller MVNOs about how the merger will impact them.

According to Reuters, the Justice Department is  [Read More…]

Complete List of T-Mobile MVNOs

If you’re a fan of T-Mobile’s coverage but are looking for a better deal, check out an MVNO.

Mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) are “alternative carriers” that lease coverage and network access from the “Big Four” carriers (T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint) and offers similar services for less. T-Mobile, which has branded itself as the Uncarrier, supports a ton of MVNOs, so if you like the coverage of T-Mo provides in your area, you might be able  [Read More…]

Complete List of Sprint MVNOs

If you like Sprint’s coverage but not its prices, check out an MVNO.

Sprint’s network is used by a wide variety of MVNOs, many of which allow you to bring your old Sprint device onto one of their cheaper, no-contract plans.

Sprint’s network offers a combination of CDMA-based 3G and modern LTE which only supports devices with specific frequencies. That means your phone will need to support CDMA service on 3G in order to make calls and  [Read More…]

Complete List of Verizon MVNOs

If you like Verizon’s coverage but not its prices, check out an MVNO.

A mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is an “alternative carrier” that leases coverage from one of the “Big Four” carriers (Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile) and sells it for less. If one of the Big Four has excellent coverage in your area, but you’re looking for something a little cheaper, then consider going with an MVNO.

There aren’t too many MVNOs that are powered  [Read More…]