Debunking the Myth of Savings from “Unlimited” Wireless Plans

I’ve spent time on this blog talking about the importance of matching your cell phone use with your wireless plan, which is very important to reducing your cell phone bills.

Recently, a company called Validas, a wireless-bill analyst firm, found 80 percent of wireless customers pay too much because they’re on the wrong plan. Meanwhile, unlimited plans are appropriate for just 7 percent of all wireless customers.

You can read the entire story here for more tips on wireless bills, including avoiding the “Don’t Worry” syndrome, a reason many people sign up for unlimited wireless plans when they really don’t need to.

2 Thoughts on "Debunking the Myth of Savings from “Unlimited” Wireless Plans"

  1. Danny Kirkendall says

    Unlimited up to 35 g. Than it didn’t work. Unlimited is a lie…. Danny

    reply to Danny

    • Hi Danny, thanks for your post. While the LTE speeds end at 35GB, you can continue to use the data on the phone, it is just at slower speeds until the cycle starts over again allowing for the data to be unlimited. You also have the option to purchase more data at LTE speeds as well. If you have any questions, just give us a call at 800-686-4460 or chat with us here.

      reply to Jacob

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