Sunday, September 18, 2011

Save Money with Straight Talk

This post brought to you by Straight Talk. All opinions are 100% mine.

My husband and I are cutting corners any way we can (that house down payment doesn't save for itself!).  This has caused us to examine all of our bill statements.  One that particularly frustrates me is my cell phone bill.  Sometimes I ask myself, why am I paying $70 a month in a binding cell phone contract?  I feel like some of that could be going towards our house if I switched to Straight Talk, a service provider that offers no-contract plans but still guarantees nationwide coverage and great reception.  They offer reputable phone brands like like LG, Motorola, Kyocera, Nokia, Samsung.  And with Straight Talk, there's NO contract!  So that means no early termination fees.  There's also no credit check and no surprise bills and fees (which I HATE).

Just consider the "All You Need" plan.  1000 minutes of talk, 1000 texts, and 3 MB of data per month.  That's a lot for only $45 per month!   If you like the sound of that plan, you can get it for an entire year for just $499!   And this includes calling, texting, pictures messaging, and web access.  All of that, plus free 411, and no activation, reactivation, or termination fees. 

Everything you need

Straight Talk also offers long distance plans at low rates.  You can make long-distance calls from your home, office, or cell with a flexible prepaid service.  Call a friend

One drawback to other prepaid services is lack of phone selection.  Not so with Straight Talk!  Reconditioned phones are available for as low as $10, and they come with features such as camera, mp3 player, mobile web access, and BlueTooth capability.  What a great option for children and young teens!  You can also choose from smart phones that have touch screens, cameras, video recorders, music players, instant messaging, and BlueTooth.  Straight Talk even makes the Android phone affordable!  Android on Straight Talk

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