Saving Example - Verizon vs Twigby
Showing cheap plans compatible with Verizon phones & powered by Verizon's 4G LTE network
|Network||Verizon & Sprint|
|Data Speed||4G LTE|
|Bring Your Phone||Yes|
|Keep Your Number||Yes|
|Contract||No - prepaid|
|International Calls||Yes - Includes Mexico, Canada & China|
|Money Back Guarantee||Yes - 30 days|
* MoneySavingPro compares plans from numerous low-cost carriers in one place. We do our best to keep everything as up to date and accurate as possible but there may some discrepancies on the actual price you pay. We provide this free service to make it easier for you to switch to a cheaper carrier and save money.
1. Choose a Custom Plan
Don't pay for data you don't use
2. Bring Your Own Phone
Keep your phone & number
3. Insert SIM & Activate
Insert your new SIM card & activate
Switching to a MVNO is smart, quick and simple. You don't have to buy a new device, since you can bring your own phone to the new carrier and you can keep your old number. All you need to do is order a prepaid SIM card and once you have that, you can switch your phone service in as little as 2-3 minutes.
All MVNO's are powered by the network. This means you'll receive exactly the same nationwide 4G LTE coverage that you would if you bought a plan from directly.
Yes! It's easy to port your existing phone number to a during the activation process.
Yes! Most unlocked smartphones that have a SIM card slot will work with your new Verizon basic cell phone plan. If your phone is locked to a carrier you will need to contact your existing carrier to get it unlocked.
You can check your devices compatibility on the carriers website before you signup for a new Verizon basic cell phone plan.
No. MVNO's work on a prepaid month-to-month basis, meaning there is no credit check or commitment, so you can switch whenever you like.
All plans are prepaid with no contract. This means that you pay for 30 days when your plan starts, not afterwards. Most MVNO's allow AutoPay which ensures you'll automatically renew your plan every 30 days.
No. Each Verizon basic cell phone plan is for one line and every device needs it's own line.
Yes, most Verizon basic cell phone plan allow tethering but it will depend on the MVNO and plan you select. Check the carrier site before signing up.
Yes, most MVNO's include calls to international countries. Be sure to check the carriers website for more details before you sign up.
Most MVNO's offer a refund within 7 days if you are not satisfied with the Verizon basic cell phone plan you selected. Check the carriers website for full details before you sign up.
MVNO's are perfect for anyone that is looking to save money, without compromising on coverage, there's a customized plan suitable for everyone.
Who should switch to a low-cost carrier?
Low-cost carriers are perfect for anyone that is looking to save money on their cell phone plan, without compromising on coverage. Whether you're a family, senior, student, cord cutter, business owner or just a savvy consumer, there's a customized plan suitable for everyone.
How come I haven't heard of these low-cost carriers?
The reason these plans are so cheap is because the carriers are online only, which eliminates the majority of the costs that the big 4 have to cover. So you're only paying for cell phone service and not for shops with staff on every street corner and expensive marketing campaigns!
However, you'll still receive the same level of coverage that you're used to from the big 4 because the low-cost carriers use their networks.
How do I switch my carrier?
Switching to a low-cost carrier is smart, quick and simple. You don't have to buy a new phone, since you can bring your device to the new carrier. You can keep your old number. All you need to do is order a SIM card and once you have that, you can switch your phone service in as little as 2-3 minutes.
What network coverage will I get with a low-cost carrier?
All low-cost carriers use at least one of the big 4 networks (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint). So you will receive the same the network coverage as you would expect from signing up with the big 4 directly, just without the big prices!
Can I keep my phone number when I switch?
Yes! It's easy to port your existing phone number during the activation process.