There are some sites that the fcc recommends for consumer information about Cellular Service
Consumer Reports (www.consumerreports.org) provides free consumer information on its Web site, including details on the various mobile service plans available in major U.S. markets and their accompanying handsets.
With an online or print subscription, consumers can obtain a full ratings report and comparison of mobile service plans and handsets.
J.D. Power (www.jdpower.com) provides ratings on its Web site of all of the wireless carriers in major U.S. cities. The carriers are rated on various criteria, including call quality, cost and customer service.
CTIA (www.wow-com.com) is a trade association representing the wireless industry. Its Web site contains tips for consumers on purchasing mobile service as well as an overview of all mobile handsets that have hands-free accessories.
AARP, the American Association of Retired Persons (www.aarp.org), provides on its Web site a publishedsurvey entitled Understanding Consumer Use of Wireless Telephone Service that discusses various issuesrelated to wireless service and older consumers.