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$15 Talk

  • $15.00 per month

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Motorola Moto G4

  • 8 /10
  • $0 - $349
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Motorola Moto G4 Play

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  • $100 - $182
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Motorola Moto E

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  • $19 - $485
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Huawei MediaPad T1

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Info & Contact


Voice network: GSM 850 / 1900 MHz, UMTS
Data network: GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA, LTE

Consumer Cellular Customer Service

Mailing Address:
7204 SW Durham Rd Ste 300, Portland, OR 97224

Telephone:
(888) 345-5509

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Reviews (7.7/10 Avg. rating)


A great choice for AARP members and retired family

from Top Ten Reviews

Consumer Cellular is a perfectly capable cell phone provider, offering great customer service and decent rates to its customers. But it's a company that's very focused on a specific audience, and users outside that audience will find their desires – for phone variety, lots of data, and qual... More

Consumer Cellular is a perfectly capable cell phone provider, offering great customer service and decent rates to its customers. But it's a company that's very focused on a specific audience, and users outside that audience will find their desires – for phone variety, lots of data, and quality-of-life features such as unlimited talk and text – all but ignored. If you can take advantage of its AARP member discounts, Consumer Cellular is worth a look; otherwise, it's not very compelling.

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Offers a level of service comparable to AT&T at a significant discount

from The Wirecutter

If you want to avoid the big four carriers without giving up the high standards of a top-two network, Consumer Cellular is the best option. You get all the benefits of AT&T’s network (though you may have to request that lest you be issued a T-Mobile SIM card): nationwide LTE coverage, d... More

If you want to avoid the big four carriers without giving up the high standards of a top-two network, Consumer Cellular is the best option. You get all the benefits of AT&T’s network (though you may have to request that lest you be issued a T-Mobile SIM card): nationwide LTE coverage, data-tethering support at no extra charge (if you request it), and good reception even in rural areas. And unlike other resellers, Consumer Cellular offers the attentive customer support you’d expect from a major carrier, while retaining the flexibility in phone and plan choice of an MVNO.

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Cell phone plans for seniors

from ConsumerSearch

T-Mobile's uncarrier strategy is paying dividends in the form of positive critical reactions and happy customer feedback. The plan structure is straightforward, and T-Mobile loads things up with more perks than other carriers. Customer service earns compliments. However, coverage remains a weakne... More

T-Mobile's uncarrier strategy is paying dividends in the form of positive critical reactions and happy customer feedback. The plan structure is straightforward, and T-Mobile loads things up with more perks than other carriers. Customer service earns compliments. However, coverage remains a weakness, with large gaps in service outside of major population centers and away from major highways. On the plus side, where service can be found, signals are usually robust and speeds are fast.

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Great choice for AARP members and retired family

from Top Ten Reviews

Consumer Cellular is a perfectly capable cell phone provider, offering great customer service and decent rates to its customers. But it's a company that's very focused on a specific audience, and users outside that audience will find their desires – for phone variety, lots of data, and qual... More

Consumer Cellular is a perfectly capable cell phone provider, offering great customer service and decent rates to its customers. But it's a company that's very focused on a specific audience, and users outside that audience will find their desires – for phone variety, lots of data, and quality-of-life features such as unlimited talk and text – all but ignored. If you can take advantage of its AARP member discounts, Consumer Cellular is worth a look; otherwise, it's not very compelling.

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Inexpensive plans, no contracts, and a strong network

from PC Magazine

Consumer Cellular is the best of the best this year, delivering the top overall satisfaction rating. It has earned our PCMag Readers' Choice Award this year for mobile carriers. 

Our readers have spoken. Inexpensive plans, no contracts, and a strong network make for a dominant per... More

Consumer Cellular is the best of the best this year, delivering the top overall satisfaction rating. It has earned our PCMag Readers' Choice Award this year for mobile carriers. 

Our readers have spoken. Inexpensive plans, no contracts, and a strong network make for a dominant performance in our survey—and a convincing winner. 

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