Comments on: Compare 200 Minute Plans http://www.prepaidphonepro.com/compare-200-minute-plans/ We compare prepaid cell phone plans to help you choose the cheapest plan. Check out our reviews and evaluations of prepaid cell phone companies. Fri, 06 Mar 2015 04:13:38 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.6 By: Tony http://www.prepaidphonepro.com/compare-200-minute-plans/#comment-478 Mon, 18 Feb 2013 14:23:16 +0000 http://www.prepaidphonepro.com/?p=92#comment-478 Can I use my unlock smart phone

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By: Dwaine http://www.prepaidphonepro.com/compare-200-minute-plans/#comment-477 Wed, 11 Apr 2012 14:22:58 +0000 http://www.prepaidphonepro.com/?p=92#comment-477 I just bought my Dad a Platinumtel phone on the recommendation here, (this is his first cell phone) and it was pretty cheap. They had a special where the phone was $39 and it came with a free $50 minutes card. It’s 1000 minutes free basically. Even if they didn’t have that deal, the 200 minute cards are only $10. Yeah, the phone wasn’t anything special, but he didn’t need a fancy phone. He’s only going to use the phone for probably less than 100 minutes a month, so it’s a pretty good deal for him. I think he’s only used once in the last week – to call my mom on the other side of the house. 😉

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By: Anonymous http://www.prepaidphonepro.com/compare-200-minute-plans/#comment-476 Sun, 04 Sep 2011 14:21:56 +0000 http://www.prepaidphonepro.com/?p=92#comment-476 Page Plus has better per minute yearly rates for $80, $20 cheaper than P-Tel, and cheaper new phones at half the price ($40).

P-Tel has a free phone offer for $100, but it’s a crapshoot refurb that may or may not work. If it doesn’t, well, the cheapest replacement they have is another $70 crapshoot refurb. There goes the savings, you’re on the hook for $30 more than you would be at Page Plus and you’re still rolling the dice with another used phone. The $80 phone and a $100 plan costs $60 more than Page Plus’s $80 plan and $40 phone. Setting aside data and excessive texting, light talkers are still getting screwed by P-Tel’s high prices. If almost every other mobile phone service provider can offer phones under $40, if not under $20, then why can’t P-Tel?

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By: Lance Johnson http://www.prepaidphonepro.com/compare-200-minute-plans/#comment-475 Fri, 04 Mar 2011 14:21:14 +0000 http://www.prepaidphonepro.com/?p=92#comment-475 Dude, PlatinumTel rocks.

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