Factors To Consider Before Choosing A Mobile Carrier For Yourself.

by Emily on April 5, 2017

in Articles, Guest Posts

There was a time when mobile phones were considered as a luxury – to have. Not everyone could afford to keep a cellular phone. However, in today’s time, one cannot even imagine moving an inch without a mobile phone. With creativity gone wild, choosing the right mobile set and the mobile carrier is not anymore a nerve wrecking job. This gadget is a small world in hand and has become a necessity of life.

Use of Mobile Phone in Daily Life

As I said it is a little world in hand, mobile phone allows us to stay connected with family and friends no matter where we go. It is by far the easiest and quickest way of communication possible. As we are already aware of the fact that The Internet is considered to be a great invention of all times, mobile phones, and the internet today go hand in hand. With the advent of social networking sites, gaming applications, high-resolution cameras to capture life’s precious moments and 3G-4G technology, everyone enjoys a tech-savvy lifestyle.

Growth of Market App and Reported Stats

With a boom in the growth of mobile application, the number of mobile app downloads is expected to grow year by year. The country with the most impressive app rate was found in Asia. Malaysia topped the ranking with the highest app rate of 4.64 app downloads. A forecast of mobile app download was released by Statista, a statistic portal. In 2015, the mobile app download was more than 150,000 million with a turnover of 179 billion. In 2016 the expected app download is set to reach up to 250,000 million with an expected turnover of 244,801 billion.

Key Factors to Look in a Mobile Carrier

One must keep few things in mind before selecting a mobile carrier. Tariff, package offers, data plan, lowest call and SMS rates, network coverage, good customer service these are some key factors that must be considered before finalising a mobile carrier.

Network Comparison

AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon are big four mobile carriers. Each carrier has its positives and Negatives.

AT&T: it offers excellent customer service and phone selection.

The Good
Outstanding customer services
Extensive phone selection
Good network performance as per tests conducted.

The Bad
Limited little data option for individual users.

T-Mobile: It is a mix of good performance, price and customer service.

The Good
Offers free music streaming and rollover data.
Reliable network performance in many cities.
Suitable for international users.

The Bad
It is behind other mobile carriers in support customer testing.

Verizon: Has a good online support system.

The Good
Good customer support
Extensive network with quickest 4G performance
A variety of plans for users.

The Bad
Charges access fees for all plans.

Sprint: Unlimited data plan for individuals and families.

The Good
Unlimited plans for all
Friendly customer service

The Bad
Network performance lags other mobile carriers.

Calibration with other Brands

The existing communications environment is full of prospective and potential possibilities that can be used to access an unlimited number of various applications and data. These days, internet browsing has become a common trend, it can be seen that the internet is used more on the handsets than on PC’s and system because it is more convenient to carry a cell phone and communicate with it. AirG is reviewed to be one of the biggest technology companies that have partnered with various emerging telecommunications solutions in several capacities for its wide-ranging customer base, and their biggest prospect clients include large mobile phone carrier companies.

Let’s see how customers review these mobile carriers. Chris, a military official switched from Verizon to T-mobile because of their flexible international rates. Another customer thinks that AT&T beats T-Mobile in reception. Another happy customer talks about T-Mobile’s pocket-friendly plans hotspot and high speed.

Need Mobile Device

Before choosing the carrier to make sure whether you need to buy a new phone or not. If you are not considering in bringing your phone to the carrier’s network, you will need to buy one and for that, you will have to pay for the whole thing upfront. In the case of confusion, you can always seek help from the customer service.

Network Coverage

Know the strength of your carrier provider’s network coverage. If the coverage is adequate, it should not restrict you to certain locations. A wide coverage carrier should not have problems for customers who travel frequently.

Cost Structure

How much money you want to spend on your mobile bill is in your hand. A set monthly budget can save your extra cost. Take your time in finalising the price structure. Below is a price chart from cnet.com that can help you in choosing the right price structure as per your data usage

Conclusion

Searching an appropriate mobile carrier can be tiring but it should not be now. A pocket-friendly package plan is what one needs to look. Scan the comparison chart above, set your budget and make the right choice.

Guest article written by: Audrey Throne is a blogger by choice and profession. She loves to read and write about different aspects related to technology and medical. She is currently working as a blogger for www.braintest.com, providing dementia testing online. Find her on Twitter: @audrey_throne.

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Pankaj Dhawan April 5, 2017 at 16:52

I think when you get to a professional level, all you are concerned about is having a good network. You can pay for other stuff but you need to have good service and signal strength.

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Abhishek Kalra April 5, 2017 at 19:27

That’s great. I agree that we need to check out tariff & essentially the package offers while choosing a new mobile carrier. Thanks for sharing this incredible post.
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