When it comes to finding a prepaid phone plan, traditional carriers like AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile aren't your only options. Here are our top picks for the best prepaid phone plans as 2023 comes to a close.
With the S22 lineup now the previous generation, we're seeing some great deals and trade-in offers, especially for carrier plans.
It isn't clear, however, which wireless network -- Dish's own, AT&T or T-Mobile -- the service will be running on.
This is Dish's long-awaited step toward becoming a rival to AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon.
Cheap phone plans are great, but there are often caveats. Here are CNET's best budget phone plan picks, along with the fine print, so you can decide if one of these plans fits your needs.
Boost Mobile is debuting a new way to pay your phone bill by gamifying your attention, saving you a few pennies with every ad you watch.
Dish's prepaid phone brand is experimenting with new offers.
More competition meant better deals and offers as carriers sought to keep your business.
The prepaid carrier's new plans are aimed at people currently paying for more data than they use.
Motorola's most affordable phone tempts with its low-key charms.
The $279 Celero5G will include 12 months of unlimited talk, text and data -- but the high speeds could be limited.
5G support comes to the Moto G line for the first time.