Should You Switch to a New Cellphone Carrier in 2014?
Is your cellphone contract about to expire, freeing you to pick a new carrier? If not, T-Mobile might cover the fees other networks charge for leaving early.
T-Mobile and Sprint can save you hundreds of dollars compared to Verizon and AT&T . Or maybe you're more concerned about network quality than cost savings? There's a deal for that, too.
In the video below, Fool analyst Anders Bylund walks you through some of the reasons you might want to switch cellphone networks in 2014 -- and how to determine whether you should pounce right now or wait a bit.
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