Most cell phone companies today are offering unlimited plans when it comes to talk, text and web. You can find unlimited plans ranging from $50.00 / month up to $200.00. It all depends on the service provider. Some companies charge more for their unlimited cell phone plans because they have a larger network and service area. Many of the pre-paid phone companies and other companies with cheap phone plans have smaller networks but are offering unlimited talk, text and web for only $50.00 per month.
The only downside is there are less areas that have full bars of service. As long as you get reception in the areas you are usually in then a plan like this would work well for you. Many of the leading cell phone companies are not as easy to get an unlimited cell phone plan from. First, to get an account with a major cell phone company like AT&T or Verizon, they are going to charge you a large deposit upfront. That is if you have not established a good credit score. Even if you pass the credit score and or pay a deposit the unlimited plans are usually over $100.00 per month. Some companies are lowering their prices in an attempt to compete with companies like Boost Mobile.
Boost Mobile is a pre-paid or contract free company. Everything is done on a month to month basis and there are no cancellation fees or hidden rates. They offer unlimited everything for only $50.00 per month. This is one of the best deals you will find on a cell phone that has unlimited everything. The boost Mobile network is not as strong as companies like Verizon but it has a decent network and as long as you have good service in your home and workplace then a plan like this may be a good choice.
When shopping for a cell phone avoid companies that charge large deposits upfront. There are companies that will not require you to pay this deposit so you are better off saving that money. You can ask to see a picture or map of the network to make sure that the places you visit frequently are covered. You do not get charged extra for leaving your service areas but your phone will no longer be able to make and receive calls or texts. Avoid companies that force you to sign a 2 year or longer agreement. Many companies offer nice cell phones for very cheap maybe even free, but in exchange you have to sign a 2+ year agreement. Make sure to shop around and get the plan that is perfect for you.