First of all, what are the difference between them? Well, it is clear that for the prepaid phone plan you pay in the begging of the month. With the postpaid phone plan, you get a bill based on your actual spending at the end of the month.
Now, let us discuss some pros and cons of the aforementioned plans.
Prepaid phone plans.
- With this plan, you can be sure that you are not going to spend more than you have. You actually have a restriction for that. Moreover, you are immune to the excessive data usage (we've discussed this terrifying issue earlier in our blog).
- It is most likely you will be able to switch to some other plans without any additional charges for that. For instance, if you feel that your data allowance not enough, you can go for a prepaid roaming. The roaming may be also useful if you off for traveling and need an unlimited international roaming plan.
- You can effortlessly sign up for the plan. That means there is no deposit which is a great savvy option.
- There definitely will be limits for everything. You never know how much minutes you going to spend for voice or data.
- You will need to pay for your phone in-full in advance, whereas post-paid may offer you a discount.
Postpaid Phone plans.
- Best for travelers. Here you can roaming unlimited data even if you are traveling to a different continent. In addition international calls will be most likely included in the plan.
- Enjoy the auto-renewing every time you run out of voice, data, or SMS.
- You are always up-to-date with the new technologies, which means you can exchange your phone to the latest version – isn't it awesome.
- You are most likely to receive the huge bill if you exceed your monthly allotment.
- You lose the flexibility with switching to a different plan. International roaming or the international call may be unavailable for you because they are not included in the plan and you can't change to a different plan without fees.