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1GB or 2GB?

I am hesitating between a 1GB plan and 2GB plan. I would normally take the 2GB plan (it is only 2$ per month more) as I sometimes consume more than 1GB, but with data roll-over and bonuses and perks, wondering if it’s worth it.

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Chose wisely, introduction prices wont last very long. After that, if you make a change to your plan, you will loose that price and be charged full price.

Average data needs are growing all the time for everyone.

Chizz :))

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No one can answer that but you. Only you know your usage.You are correct that with the roll-overs, bonuses and perks, you will have more data than with other providers. It never hurts to have a buffer of data. I think better to have a little more and possibly gift it and get in return as needed than running out. Like you said, in the end it's only $2 more a month now. If you want it later, after intro prices, it will likely be more..

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As you said "I sometimes" , if it it does not happen often then 1G + Roll over should be good for you.

it's always nice to have some extra data, especially with only the $2 difference. And with roll-over, if you're not using all your 2gb when it accumulates it makes it even more worth it.

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Don’t forget that bonuses apply only on ten next billing cycle and the roll over last 2 cycles. If you think that you need more than your plan and bonuses twice a year and buy an add on 500 MB for 8$ it is wort it to take 2GB.

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I took the 4 GB and while running zero Wi Fi I barely hit 1 G last month.
Keep in mind that I am an adult, not a 24/7 tweeting , downloading teenager.
With the rollover, I will be giving away on average 60-70 % of my data monthly.
I gave away 4 x 500M just last night on Reddit.
I expect that I will use more data over time, and have no issue with the 4 GB price.
Obviously data use and needs is a very personal thing.