Tips for first time cell plan buyer
I'm looking for advice as a first time cell plan buyer on how to leverage whatever advantage I have. I've never owned a cell phone of any kind before but I plan on getting the Google Nexus 4. I want a plan that is heavy on the data usage, ideally around 6 GB.
For example, is it better to negotiate in person, on the phone or online? Is there any advantage at all in being a first time buyer or does that actually put me at a disadvantage?
I currently have the following services with these providers: home phone - Bell, internet - Primus, cable - Rogers. For various reasons I am not interested in bundling any of these services. It would be adding a cell plan to one of them if anything.
It's hard to get a grasp on this market because while there seem to be so many carrier options, none seem to be far and away better than the rest and pricing doesn't seem to be all that competitive, and when it is you have to put up with sketchy service.