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So I just got a notice in the mail today dated Feb 16th that my employee discount for my work is being canceled for my unlimited data plan. I just got off contract last month and it looks like Verizon is trying to get me off this plan. So I'm looking to switch to another carrier. I have two months to do so, more like one now that Verizon sent that letter so late. Anyone know of anything that could maybe meet my needs?

Needs: Unlimited Data, (Or a lot of it ~8GB)
Keep phone. I have a Galaxy note 2 I wish to unlock. (Looking up how to do that if anyone has answers I would appreciate them)
Keep bill below $74, which is what I'm currently paying per month, otherwise I pay about $86.


Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
 
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Verizon is really trying to screw people right now and it's a bummer that this is happening to you. T-Mobile has the best prices and the fastest 4G LTE network from speed tests that I personally have done. I've achieved speeds of over 42Mbps on their network (mind-blowing) and have been with T-Mobile ever since. Their HD voice calling is AMAZING. Crystal clear. And T-Mobile just spent $4.6 billion on upgrading their network and buying spectrum off of Verizon to level the playing field. Now my entire family is on T-Mobile and I have yet to hear a single complaint.

Here's what you would get for $70.00 per month plus tax:

-Unlimited minutes
-Unlimited texting
-Truly unlimited data (no caps, period)
- 2.5GB of hotspot included at no extra cost (and if you want more hotspot it's only $10 more per 2GB increment)

- NO CONTRACT!!! Bring your own phone! NO ACTIVATION FEES! NO OBLIGATIONS!

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I switched to T-Mobile's new bring your own phone plan. Other than getting slowed down to 0.08Mbps after my 1GB of High speed data, it really is unlimited though excruciatingly slow.

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