Things are getting heated in the mobile industry, with AT&T and T-Mobile duking it out over their respective customers. Just one week after AT&T announced their offer of up to $450 in plan and device credits for T-Mobile customers, T-Mobile retaliated with an offer of up to $650 in credit for AT&T customers. Meanwhile, Sprint has done away with their annual device upgrade program, and no-contract plans are increasing in popularity as consumers become increasingly annoyed by strict agreements and erroneous fees.
With all the options available today, how do you know which plan is right for you? I stopped by the FOX31 Denver studio to chat with Good Day Colorado’s Kirk Yuhnke about ways to reduce mobile costs in 2014.