The US wireless carrier industry has evolved into a competitive market, giving wireless subscribers more options to choose from. Both T-Mobile and Sprint are currently engaged in a price battle that has seen prices drop like a rock, but that hasn't stopped either company from offering the latest Google Android and Apple iPhones - paired with unlimited voice, text and large data limits - to woo users.
T-Mobile currently has three individual smartphone plans available for $50 per month or less, and offers subscribers on a budget wider variety. Meanwhile, Sprint currently has two plans that cost $50 per month, and unlimited talk, text and data plans for the Apple iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus start at just $50 per month.
If you're two-year contract is up, and you want to turn the screws on your carrier, then now might be the time to see if they are offering customers any incentives.