Tuesday, November 30, 2021


What cell phone provider do you have?

What cell phone provider do you have? Verizon? T-Mobile (who recently bought out Sprint)? AT&T? Metro? Another one?

According to Wikipedia, AT&T is the largest cell phone provider with 176.7 million members, followed by Verizon (120.32 million), and T-Mobile (102.06 million). However, with T-Mobile recently buying Sprint, as well as having most of the 5G coverage across the country, we’d expect their numbers to beat out AT&T and Verizon fairly soon.

After you’ve voted in the below poll, will you leave a comment saying which provider you have and if you’re pleased with their service or not? Thanks!


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Jf myers
4 months ago

We use AT&T.

David Lange
4 months ago

US Cellular

Victor Short
4 months ago

I use straight talk. So far does everything I need

Anne Oelke
4 months ago

We are on USCellular because that’s the only provider that gives us decent service where we live.

Joel Lonborg
4 months ago

We just switched from AT&T to Consumer Cellular and cut my bill in half and we are still on the AT&T towers. Hope it turns out to be the right decision.

Tom Janzen
4 months ago
Reply to  Joel Lonborg

Same here. There are MVNO’s for each carrier. I’ve also had good luck with US Mobile to get either Verizon or T-Mobile service.

Carol A Forrest
4 months ago

Consumer Cellular

Chuck Greco
4 months ago

I use Republic Wireless. $20/month (1 GB data), hard to beat (but not impossible). Use Sprint and TMobile towers.

Nancy M.
4 months ago

Consumer Cellular. I believe they use AT&T and T-Mobile towers. For some reason we were set up with one phone on AT&T and one on T-Mobile. We had to switch off the T-Mobile towers and have had no issues in over 4 years.

Ed D
4 months ago

Republic Wireless, which is based on T-Mobile/Sprint. I am very satisfied.

4 months ago

We use Consumer Cellular. Inexpensive and great service!

4 months ago

My Family Mobile, Great service for a great rate.

David Plummer
4 months ago

I use Spectrum and have found it to be a great value!

4 months ago

I have Pure Talk, found it through AMAC.. AT&T is the provider but the price is much better. I bought a Samsung A11 and it works as well as my wifes S9.
My wife has Verizon so between the two services we almost always have cell service.

John Koenig
4 months ago

My PRIMARY cellphone is with T-Mobile. I got said number as a NYNEX landline number back in 1980 and ported it for the first time in 2011 (I SORELY miss the reliability and quality of POTS over copper wires). My SECONDARY cellphone is with Verizon. I have a third cellphone with Visible (a Verizon MVNO). The ONLY place (so far) that I could NOT get a signal was a few yeras ago while crossing middle of nowhere” WY. I’m a Full Time RVer so, I also have a 5G T-Mobile and a 4G Verizon “hotspots”. I easily use over 100 GBs of data each month and so far, the above mentioned gears satisfies my needs.

Tamara Fox
4 months ago

We have ATT and Verizon for when we are in areas that don’t have one or the other. Most of the time works great. We do use a booster when needed.

4 months ago

Consumer Cellular is what we use . Have had it 8 months, very pleased with the service

Neal Davis
4 months ago

We started with Verizon when they were Mid-Atlantic Bell and we were living just outside of DC in the early 90s. Just prior to making a 4-month pilgrimage to Alaska my wife switched to AT&T because they are the more robust carrier in Alaska. We plan to keep both carriers in the future to enhance our chances of always having good coverage when we travel.

Last edited 4 months ago by Neal Davis
Mark Nelsen
4 months ago

Spectrum Mobile

David Onder
4 months ago
Reply to  Mark Nelsen

How long have you had this? How do you find their service? How do you find their pricing?

4 months ago

T-mobile military magenta plan 100 month unlimited everything with no caps. Have apps to make all shared data look like phone only data so unlimited tv on my TV or to my comp for 100 a month for 2 lines.

David Onder
4 months ago
Reply to  Rvafterlife

What apps allow you to use shared data like phone data?

Theodore Farmer
4 months ago

T-Mobile/Sprint Hotspot through FMCA, Tracfone for cell