They really like it.
On the plus side, it's cheap and unlimited. Also, you don't shell for their phones: my friend and his wife picked up used i-phones for essentially nothing.
On the downside, apparently it works by running all the service through the last-generation transmitters (or bandwidth, or however this actually works). So data speeds are not great.
If you don't have a lot of critical data needs (but would like to be able to check e-mail or something once in a while) it sounds like a pretty good deal.
that works well, if you are averse to Wal-Mart.
both offer Bring Your Own Device plans that are cheaper than the subsidized plans for the usual players. T-Mobile just announced a fully unlimited $70/month plan.
The unfortunate thing about these plans is they don't have 4G LTE, as T-Mobile is only up to what I'd call 3.5G with their HSPA+. It's ok, but not as good as LTE.
That said, I'm seriously considering one of these once my Verizon contract is up. I'm looking at getting the Nexus 4 which is only $300 unlocked. It's a fantastic deal for one of the best spec'd phones out there.
Again, it's not LTE, but you can get standard phone prices (same as AT&T and Verizon) with unlimited voice\data\text contracts for $69\month
The thing though is that you're still locked into a 2 year contract, so if you feel like changing you're screwed. T-Mobile also has cheaper 2GB/month at $60 and most people only need the 2GB.
nitpicking is about you.
If so, a hearty gracias.
So I'll take credit.
People know about Troll Hunter too, right? Because it's pretty good as well in the foreign kind-of-horror genre.