08 Jan 2016 Home » Other Wisdom • Series » Series Recap: Non-Major Cell Phone Providers (MVNOs) Series Recap: Non-Major Cell Phone Providers (MVNOs) Posted in Other Wisdom, Series By Greg On January 8, 2016The links in this post may contain affiliate links In December (2015) and earlier this month, I reviewed the services and offerings from six different non-major mobile providers (Mobile Virtual Network Operators). Here are the links to each overview: StraightTalk Wireless Consumer Cellular FreedomPop Net10 Wireless Ting Wireless Republic Wireless — After my research, I decided to go with Consumer Cellular to replace my AT&T plan. Here is the reasoning behind this decision: Price I will be saving roughly $60 each month (and have a much nicer phone) Remaining on the AT&T Network Ability to bring your own phone over Offering of the iPhone 5s Offering of a payment plan Don’t have to shell out the full price of a new phone at once $20 Credit Off offer Excellent customer support I really like what Republic Wireless has to offer, but they don’t currently offer the ability to bring my wife’s phone over. As I just switched over a few days ago, I will post an update when I’ve been with Consumer Cellular a bit longer. I can tell you, though, that it’s nice to be not locked into a contract! **If you’re interested in CC and found my overview helpful, please let me know. When you sign up for service, we will both get a $10 referral credit.** Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterPinterestPrint Tags:cell phone providers, consumer cellular, freedompop, mobile providers, mvno, net10, republic wireless, save money on cell phone, series overview, straighttalk, ting, wireless About Author Greg Related Posts Introducing March Madness Measures Reader Question: Kids Birthday Parties Kids Summer Reading Programs ?