It looks like you wrote half a dissertation.
Seriously though, I used to be with RW. I cancelled a few weeks ago. I was on it to get a cheap Android phone, and some good service. Unfortunately, the device truly was cheap (adj (def. 4): of little account; of small value; mean; shoddy - dictionary.com).
$19/month for unlimited talk/text/data on Android was nice while it lasted. Once I turned off my service the device become a brick! I now am unable to resell it or give it away (per what the RW support staff told me via e-mail), and the device won't even connect to WiFi since it's not "authorized". That's $100.00 down the drain. I am thinking of maybe flashing it back to Sprint, or maybe another MVNO - so long as the IMEI can be activated on Sprint or another MVNO...
My ultimate comparison fell between RW and T-Mobile. Both provided me unlimited talk/text/data in some form or another. RW only allowed it on WiFi - and only within the US for that matter. Whereas, T-Mobile gave me unlimited talk/text/data on cellular and wifi - with international wifi support. With T-Mobile I end up paying about $5.00 more than I did with RW, but I get live customer support, I much more rigorous OLAM, good selection of phones, and an overall better experience (full features, truly unlimited).
Keep in mind I've been with T-Mobile since 2001, so I have a very old plan which they do not offer any longer; but it was nice to be able to drop RW (as I was simply BETA testing) and use my T-Mobile line full-time again.
T-Mobile. Connecting you when you need it most... disconnecting you when you need to connect with God's beautiful creation! Service is great in cities and highways, but in rural areas they leave you with just your surroundings. I encourage you to get T-Mobile, disconnect for a while!
I am glad that God is not like cell phone coverage. He does not hide behind mountains or loose us down long windy roads. The Lord levels mountains, and He makes our paths straight!