A new study by Nielsen and a leading online phone plan company reveals which phone plan has the highest quality, lowest costs, and lowest risk.
Nielsen’s study, conducted for Bloomberg Businessweek, shows the top 10 most popular plans by total value for the year, and the top 20 most popular plan by number of subscribers.
The study found that the top-selling plans have the best value and the lowest cost per month.
In addition, the top ten plans with the highest revenue and the least risk include: Verizon’s Simple Choice plan, with a 2-year term and no contract, for $14.99 per month, or $14 per month for 12 months.
Next, AT&T’s Freedom plan, which is the same as Verizon’s for $12.99 for 12 consecutive months, or for $24 per month or $30 per month after that.
The bottom-performing plans have a high monthly rate and are not as attractive.
AT&S’s Freedom has a monthly rate of $21.99.
Next up is AT&G’s Simple Starter plan, where you pay just $10.99 a month, with no contract.
You can get the plan for $35.99 or $40.99 after that, with unlimited data, no contract and no upfront charges.
You also get a $25 credit on your bill for the next 12 months, if you upgrade to a different phone plan.
These plans are often priced at the higher end, with the top plan at $79.99 and the bottom at $60.99, depending on the plans you buy.
It is worth noting that these plans are typically higher than most other phone plans.
You may be better off with a $40 plan with no contracts, as Verizon offers a $50 plan with $10 per month contract.
The other plan, T-Mobile’s Free Starter, offers a free 30-day trial for $50 per month plus a free month of talk time with the first month of your contract.
AT & T-mobile also offers a Free Starter for $25 a month for 30 days.
However, if there is a promotion, like a new phone, this plan is not eligible.
Here is how to get the most out of your phone plan, as well as how to choose the best plan for you.
For more, read our comparison of the top plans for your needs.