Verizon has the most postpaid customers paying $100 or more each month
posted by Alan F. / Jul 22, 2014, 12:36 AM
The average revenue per account was $159.67 in the first quarter, up 6.3% year-over-year. Half of Verizon's customers are using the More Everything plan. According to the same report, 37% of Verizon's customers pay between $101-$200 a month, and 14% pay more than $200 monthly. Compare that to AT&T where 41% of its customers spend between $101-$200 a month, but only 5% go over the $200 mark.
At Sprint, 39% pay between $51 and $100, while 47% have a monthly bill that falls between $101-$200. At Sprint, no one has a bill exceeding $200. T-Mobile offers the lowest pricing according to the survey. 25% have a bill between $25 and $50. In the $51 to $100 range is 43% of T-Mobile customers, while 27% pay between $101 and $200 each month.
Based on the number of subscribers, Verizon has the most customers paying over $100 each month, followed by AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.
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We pay $100 on T-Mobile for a four-person family plan. It's a pretty good deal...
posted on Jul 22, 2014, 12:55 AM 5
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The most fundamental question is why are they have the most customer when the monthly bill is highest in the nation? There are must a explaination toall this.
posted on Jul 22, 2014, 8:14 AM 0
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Verizon= Best Nationwide Sevice. Best Nationwide Sevice= Highest Price.
posted on Jul 22, 2014, 8:48 AM 0
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As one half of the US telecom monopoly, it is a reasonable assumption that they paid off a lot of politicians, so they got a lot of government contracts. The government contracts often are a lot more money than what Verizon charges the public.
posted on Jul 22, 2014, 11:33 AM 2
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I have no problem paying over 100 dollars for unlimited data through VZW. You get what you pay for and I get the fastest 4G and best coverage where I frequent. ATT, T-mobile and Sprint has if any service only 2G in the small towns I frequent, where as VZW is 4G baby!!!!
posted on Jul 22, 2014, 2:46 PM 0
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I'm not happy about what I pay with Verizon, but when I build a similar plan on T Mobile it ends up being more. I believe Sprint worked out higher as well. They all advertise these low rates, but they ignore the fact you have to add $25+ for each device on each line (unless you bring your own device which is not free either), another $10 per line for insurance (if you want it, but these things are too expensive and too unreliable to not have it) and in New York another %18 in taxes. So when AT&T says $160 per month they really mean plus $100 for the devices and plus $40 for insurance and plus $28.80 for taxes or $328.80 per month (unless I am missing something). That's more than double the $160 they advertise. No I haven't built a plan AT&T's site because the above math has discouraged me to bother. In the end they are all rather expensive, it's just a matter of how they spin it. Of note, every time I have Verizon work up a quote for the "More" plan, it ends up being more than I pay now with less data. Until they force it, they can keep it. Guess "More" means more profit for Verizon, not more of anything good for the customer.
posted on Jul 23, 2014, 11:55 AM 0
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