Mint Mobile is a discount mobile carrier that operates on the T-Mobile network and lets you bring your own phone. This company offers plans that start at just $15 per month with a three-month commitment. The big difference in how it operates is the fact that Mint Mobile sends you a SIM card in the mail so you can set up your new phone service yourself. While Mint Mobile has a super low starting price point, you get quite a bit for $15 per month. This basic plan includes unlimited talk, text, and data delivered on T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network, 3GB of 4G LTE data per month and unlimited data thereafter, a prepaid SIM card in standard, micro, and nano sizes, and a smartphone Mobile HotSpot (SMHS) that allows you to turn your device into a WiFi hotspot.
Google FI offers no-contract plans by the month. Designed to be flexible to customer's data usage offers full-speed tethering for your other devices, and affordable international calls from the U.S. Meanwhile, their cellular access plan lets you pay just $20/month + $10/GB.
Republic Wireless harnesses the power of Wi-Fi and two of America’s largest 4G LTE networks to offer inexpensive phone plans for its users. Launched in 2012, Republic Wireless has consistently been making the headlines for its award-winning support and affordable plans. Base plans start at $15 per month, which includes unlimited talk & text. For only $5/GB add as much data as you need. You can do this directly from your phone – so no need to talk to any support reps. Currently, the Republic is only compatible with specific Android devices – including phones like Samsung Galaxy S9, Moto Z3, & Google Pixel 3. You can either buy your phone from RepublicWireless or bring your own phone and simply purchase a Republic Wireless SIM card.