There has been so much news lately in the wireless world! AT&T and Verizon tweaked their unlimited plans, Unreal Mobile launched a $10 a month plan and now Spectrum Mobile has gone live with its affordable new service.
Charter’s Spectrum Mobile says customers can save up to 40% while getting the best network and the best devices.
Charter launches Spectrum Mobile cell phone service: $45/month for unlimited and $14 per GB
Similar to Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile, Spectrum Mobile runs on Verizon’s network and also relies on Spectrum’s Wi-Fi hotspots nationwide. You must have Spectrum internet service to sign up for the mobile deal.
Spectrum Mobile has two data plans to choose from:
- Unlimited for $45 a month (reduced speeds after 20 GB per line)
- By the Gig for $14 per GB
Spectrum’s cell phone plans include unlimited talk and text. Taxes and fees are extra.
What’s unique about Xfinity Mobile and Spectrum Mobile is that they both allow customers to switch data plans during their billing cycle and only pay for the data they need.
Only a handful of devices from Samsung and LG are currently available with Spectrum, but more will be added soon.
Money expert Clark Howard says that if you’re happy with your cable company, adding cell phone service could be a good decision for your wallet. Read more here.
I switched to Xfinity Mobile last September and lowered my bill to $12 a month. The service has been great.
If you want to save money on your wireless bill, there are many providers to consider. Compare your options in Clark’s guide to the best cell phone plans and deals!