We give the nod to Metro, because the network of its parent company T-Mobile performs better on our test than that of Boost parent Sprint.
We also like its included Google One storage, though Boost offers more hotspot data with its plan.
(And if you don't mind restrictions, T-Mobile Essentials is cheaper still at $60 a month.) T-Mobile Magenta features a good price on a strong network, and if you want to upgrade from 480p video streaming to HD, it's just $15 more per month for individuals; if HD streaming is what you prize, though, consider Verizon's $80-a-month Play More plan, which also includes an Apple Music subscription along with 720p video support.
View Deal Verizon, $55 a month (5GB) Verizon has pared back its tiered data plans to just one option for individuals, but it's a really good option.
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T-Mobile, 0 a month for 4 lines Even as carriers offer multiple tiers of unlimited data plans, the renamed T-Mobile Magenta plan is still the best choice for families.
View Deal Google Fi, a month plus for each GB of data Sign up for Google Fi (the wireless service from Google previously known as Project Fi), and you need never worry about running out of data when you're overseas.
The service costs a month for talk and text, plus for each gigabyte of data you use, with Google capping monthly bills at for single lines even if you need to use more data.
View Deal Metro by T-Mobile, a month Several prepaid carriers offer monthly plans with unlimited 4G LTE data, but Metro by T-Mobile remains the best, thanks to its superior network performance and perks.
Metro gives you unlimited data for a month, with 5GB of LTE hotspot data and access to Google One cloud storage.