The cheapest cell phone plan for voice and data is the Verizon More Everything Plan, starting at $80 monthly for 10GB of data and unlimited talk and text, as of 2015. For just talk and text, the cheapest plan is the Sprint Business Fusion Plan starting at $15 monthly.
For businesses that require a lot of data, the Verizon also offers shareable data options with the More Everything Plan, starting at $185 monthly for 30GB with up to 25 lines. Similar plans include the Sprint Business Share Plan, starting at $125 monthly for 20GB of data and unlimited talk and text, and the AT&T Share Value Plan for $150 monthly for 20GB and up to 10 lines.
The Verizon More Everything Plan, the Sprint Business Share Plan, and the AT&T Share Value Plan all include varying amounts of data shareable over multiple devices depending on the size of the company and its particular needs. The number of devices determines pricing. For example, the Verizon More Everything Plan costs $35 monthly per smartphone, with costs then determined by the amount of data required ranging from as low as 300MB and as high as 200GB. Some plans even include unlimited data, such as with the Sprint Business Fusion Plan which offers unlimited data as an add-on to its talk and text plan for $35 monthly per line.