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One of the biggest and perhaps most important decisions you’ll make when you’re deciding on mobile broadband plans is how you want to set up your account and your device. Up front, you have a few major options to choose from, like prepaid mobile plans versus postpaid and contract broadband plans. Here’s a useful breakdown of the two so you can see which works best with your budget.
Pay As You Go Mobile Broadband Plans
These kinds of plans are fairly new and have just started popping up, but are very important to consider since they’re quite convenient for customers who want to start out small. They’re useful for those who haven’t used mobile broadband devices before, too, because they allow you to test the mobile broadband waters to see how much use you really need and will allow you to pay for that and only that. This is a way to get prepaid mobile broadband that you don’t have to sign a contract for, and these plans are also good for users who may anticipate periods of mobile broadband use change, like from high to low, from month to month. Since you pay for exactly what and only what you use, you ensure no money is thrown away and you get the most for your dollar. And if you find what you like, you can make your plan based on that.
Postpaid Broadband/Contract Broadband Plans
You get certain amounts of space each month to use with these plans, and they require that you sign a contract up front to stick to that space every month. The downside: If you go over that amount, you may face overage fees.
Whether you need a mobile broadband pay as you go (prepaid mobile broadband) plan or a postpaid plan is up to you. Use this breakdown to decide which kind of mobile broadband plan works for you.