Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Straight Talk {Cell Phone Plans}

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Straight Talk for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

I love to talk on the phone!  LOVE LOVE LOVE to talk on the phone. Let's face it... I love to talk in general... the phone is just another way to do it! :)  Since I love to talk I used my Cell phone A LOT... A lot, a lot, a lot!

Are  you looking for a way to save money on your cell phone bill?  Straight Talk may be the answer for you.

Here is  everything you need to know!

I love the idea that  with Straight Talk because I cut my cell phone bill in half. You have to be crazy to be on a contract these days when you can get everything you need without one.  There are no contracts, no surprise bills and no credit checks. Great nationwide coverage and excellent reception/connectivity. Finally, Straight Talk only uses trusted phone manufacturers like LG, Motorola, Kyocera, Nokia and Samsung.  With  Straight Talk you can feel free to call a friend!

Monthly Plans:

• The “All You Need Plan” meets even the needs of heavy phone users with 1,000 minutes, 1,000 texts and 30 MB of web data.

• Unlimited Monthly service is only $45, and includes calls, text, picture messaging, and web.

• Imagine unlimited calls, text, picture messaging and web for a whole year, for only $499.00!

• 411 calls are included at no extra charge.

• Free from activation, reactivation, or termination fees

International Long Distance:

• Straight Talk International Long Distance Service is a flexible prepaid calling service that enables you to make international calls from your home, cell or office phone at low rates.

Phone Selection:

• Reconditioned phones are available from $10.00 with camera, mp3 player, mobile web access, and blue-tooth capability. Great for young users!

• Amazing smart phones; touch screen phones, and app capable phones with features like voice navigation, camera, video recorder, music player, instant messaging, and Bluetooth®

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1 comment :

ajoy181984 said...

One thing I found out with the phone is. You have to find out what towers the phone will be using and if the areas you will be visiting has the towers. Like in my case we bought a phone in TN and moved to MO. It was a phone that used Verizon towers, the area we now live doesn't have Verizon towers. We got no service, but thankfully we just bought the phone from a Wal-Mart and they let us exchange it for an At&t phone. Straight talk was willing to exchange the phone for us, but it was easier to just exchange it at Wal-Mart.

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