You know you need to buy an iPhone 4S. And for that you need to decide which carrier to choose that is AT&T or Verizon or Sprint iPhone 4S. If you’re already tied to one carrier and don’t want to pay early termination fees, it may be quite easy to decide.
The iPhone 4S is the first iPhone to be available from Sprint. With the new hardware and Siri-powered voice dictation features now you shall have three carriers to choose from, the AT&T iPhone Data Plans, Verizon iPhone Data Plans and the Sprint iPhone Data Plans. If you’re looking for the cheapest possible monthly deal, Sprint is the ideal deal, with a total monthly cost of $99.99 for 900 minutes, unlimited texting, and unlimited data.
$20 for 300MB
$30 for 3GB*
$50 for 5GB*, with mobile hotspot / tethering
Starting with AT&T iPhone data plans, there are three major plans. Firstly, $20/month for unlimited usage up to 300MB and users will be charged $20 for additional 300Mb data. The second plan or $30/month for unlimited usage up to 3GB and users will be charged $ 10 for every additional 1GB data. Lastly, the third plan or $50/month for unlimited usage up to 5GB along with mobile hotspot and users will just have to pay for additional usage of 1GB data.
$30 for 2GB
$50 for 5GB
$80 for 10GB
$50 for 4GB (Includes Mobile Hotspot)
$70 for 7GB (Includes Mobile Hotspot)
$100 for 12GB (Includes Mobile Hotspot)
Verizon iPhone data plans have more diversity than AT&T in terms of plans. It has around six different types of plans and over usage on every plan is $10 per 1 GB of data. Verizon has $30/month for unlimited usage up to 2GB, $50/month for unlimited usage up to 5GB, $50/month for unlimited usage up to 5GB along with mobile hot spot, $70/month for unlimited usage up to 7GB with mobile hotspot, $80/month for unlimited usage up to 10GB, and $100/month for unlimited usage up to 12GB.
$99 for unlimited talk, messaging and data
$69 for 450 minutes, unlimited messaging and data
$89 for 900 minutes, unlimited messaging and data
However, Sprint iPhone data plans are the best in the market in terms of charge per data usage. It has only one plan, $30/month for unlimited data usage. Yet, if you are looking to stick either with AT&T or Verizon then go for AT&T. If you compare their plans then at $30/month AT&T is offering 50% more data usage than Verizon. Verizon is charging $10 more than AT&T for the $50/month plan with mobile hotspot. Overall picture says Sprint offers value for money and is presenting the best deal.