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Prepaid Reviews blog
With more people now owning smart phones and other mobile devices, the ability to pick and choose your carrier has completely changed in recent years. The big companies are still holding their users hostage with two year mandatory contract plans, but when that time expires many people are shopping around looking at some of these new carriers and their attractive offers. One of the more attractive alternatives to those lengthy phone contracts is opening an account with Airvoice Wireless. Now you have the ability to not only choose the service plan that best fits your needs, but you get to save a significant amount of money too.
March 7th, 2014 | Airvoice | No Comments
Just about every person has a mobile device nowadays, and with all that potential business there are a large variety of phone services to choose from. One of the reasons for the increase in different carriers is that people are beginning to get frustrated with being locked into multi-year service plans and poor service. This is where Airvoice Wireless continues to be at the forefront of the new no contract move. This company gives you the ability to choose the perfect monthly plan that fits your particular needs, often mush lower than you would be paying for the lengthy contracts.
March 6th, 2014 | Callingmart | No Comments
Calling Mart is a site that offers customers the opportunity to purchase a wide range of phone cards, SIMS cards and other mobile products at a discounted price. Customers can choose between popular options such as AT&T GoPhone refill cards, international calling cards and SIMS cards for several different mobile providers at up to five percent savings over the face value of the product.
March 5th, 2014 | Straight Talk | No Comments
Numerous no contract cellular phone plans have started to become more prevalent these days. Many of the big carriers are beginning to offer up their own versions of no contract plans. Straight Talk BYOP (Bring Your Own Phone) has been around for a couple of years now. Straight Talk started a plan in which customers could not only dump their big carriers, but they could take their phone and number with them.
March 4th, 2014 | Straight Talk | No Comments
When it comes to Straight Talk Phone plans, the ability to be free from a a long-term contract is especially appealing. But in doing so, one wants to make sure they are able to use their favorite phones, as well as get sufficient coverage with their Straight Talk plans.
March 3rd, 2014 | LG 800g | No Comments
When it comes to pre paid cell phone plans it feels like something is always missing. Their is a limited selection of phones for sale by each carrier and they are usually not the latest and greatest models out. And when a phone does come out that we like, it always seems to be on the wrong carrier.
March 2nd, 2014 | Net10 | No Comments
The coverage area for Net10 service is in all 50 states and includes most of the Western United States as well and they even have some of Alaska covered. The coverage area is impressive for a prepaid service. Typically you don’t see good coverage from these services or they primarily cover only metropolitan areas. With inflation going up and wages falling short, it’s good to see a low-cost alternative that offers a good service that is reliable even if you’re traveling across the country.
March 1st, 2014 | Virgin Mobile | No Comments
As charges for cell phone service continues to go up, there are many people that are trying to stray away from the major carriers. Virgin Mobile is a very popular choice for those that want to cancel their AT&T or Verizon subscription.
February 28th, 2014 | Telcel Usa | No Comments
Telcel America is a prepaid wireless telephone service provider. It offers pay-as-you go wireless phone service without long-term contracts, credit checks, activation fees, and as a result, no monthly bills. It is available to consumers in the U.S. without age limits. A related company to TracFone Prepaid Wireless, Telcel America serves a niche market, Hispanic and Latin prepaid telephone consumers in the United States. The structure of the overall service is to provide basic telephone service in the U.S. and low cost phone and texting internationally; Telcel America resonates with consumers primarily interested in services to Mexico, and international destinations.
February 27th, 2014 | Tracfone | No Comments
The TracFone coverage map is not easy to find, many visits to the official TracFone site revealed no navigation to a coverage map. TracFone has set the website user interface for sales of selected models in designated area codes. There are secondary sources for the coverage map information, and when one finally gets there, it is impressive http://www.TracFone.com/jsplib/verify_mapcov.jsp. For basic telephone service with a low-cost Motorola model phone, a coverage guesstimate from the color-coded map appears to be well above 95% of the area of the continental U.S.
February 26th, 2014 | AT&T, T-Mobile, Virgin Mobile | No Comments
Many people find the rigid structure and bloated fee structure of typical cell phone contract plans to be less than ideal for their budgets and phone usage habits. Prepaid phone plans are generally more affordable, and it is easy to tailor them to specific usage needs. Prepaid plans have long been easy to use with basic cell phones, but luckily there are now great prepaid options available for iPhone users as well. Several major phone providers now offer prepaid plans for the iPhone, including T-Mobile, AT&T, Straight Talk, Virgin Mobile, Cricket, H2O, Net 10, Verizon, and Boost Mobile.