Tuesday, August 02, 2011

The Straight Talk on Cell Phone Plans

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Straight Talk for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
I keep looking at these cell phone plans that give you everything you need  for a great price.  Imagine an Unlimited Monthly service that includes calls, text, picture messaging, and web - for only $45.  That's what you can get with Straight Talk.  We pay more than that per phone, and the only thing that's unlimited is the text and picture messaging.  And we don't even have web!  We could save a ton of money if we switched - well, if we switch after our contract is up.
You know how the big cell phone providers require you to sign a new contract every time you want to change your plan or upgrade your phone?  I think if they'd just concentrate on providing great service at a great price, they wouldn't need to tie people down; they'd have their customers hook, line and sinker.  I've even asked our current provider, if companies like Straight Talk can provide so much for so little, why can't they?  They try to tell me that the service isn't that good.  These cheap(er)  companies which, by the way don't require their cusomers to sign a contract, can't provide a reliable cell signal.  Kinda telling me that you get what you pay for.  Well, Straight Talk customers seem to disagree...

Phone selection is really good with reconditioned phones that let you call a friend as well as listen to music, take pics and video, and surf the web, for only $10, as well as some amazing Smart Phones with all the bells & whistles.  Straight Talk only uses trusted phone manufacturers like LG, Motorola, Kyocera, Nokia and Samsung.
With Straight Talk there are no contracts, no hidden fees, and no activation, reactivation, or termination fees.  So what I'm thinking is that I'd like to buy one of those $10 phones, pay for one of the most basic plans, maybe the "All You Need Plan" that includes 1,000 minutes, 1,000 texts and 30 MB of web data, and then I want to try it for myself.
If you're using Straight Talk, please - let me know how you like it.  I would really love to save some real money on our cell phone plan - and get more while we're at it.  It just seems crazy to spend more than we need to.
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