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By: nnazery Thu, 07 Mar 2013 21:11:21 +0000 These plans are decent but I agree that people won’t come over because of the phones. Most people aren’t willing to fork over the non-contract price of a smartphone (and top of the line too) or they want a specific phone and can’t seem to find a service with a plan that isn’t expensive.

As for me, I want to have a Bold 9900 on a plan that gets decent service with a decent plan rate. Simple Mobile is my only option but since T-Mobile is terrible in my area in terms of coverage and service, I only have contract plans (or prepaid on the big 3) available. Straighttalk has a bring your own phone $45/month plan that I’d love to use, but it doesn’t support Blackberry and BIS.

By: Mike Benette Sun, 12 Aug 2012 19:16:03 +0000 It’s hard nowadays to find a really good unlimited plan that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. Thanks for this report!

By: Jerry Tue, 10 Apr 2012 19:14:54 +0000 BEST DEAL: $45/month bring your sim, StraightTalk, uses at&t or t-mobile. Unlimited talk, text, and data with your own smartphone. Incredible deal.

(same with Net10 if you give credit card for automatic billing)

GREAT DEALS: Virgin, $35/mo unlimited text and data, plus 300 minutes (but they use Sprint, and Sprint’s talk coverage sucks)

T-Mobil, $30 month, unlimited text and data and 100 minutes, Decent coverage.

PCS is cheap, but their coverage is awful if you travel at all.

WORST prepaid? Lightyear. They use Sprint for $60/month!

By: Cara Sun, 18 Mar 2012 12:14:35 +0000 I have a strait talk phone and I like it alot. I have been looking into getting a new smart phone from them and the bigest problem I see is the smart phones DO NOT use verisons towers. Because of this you dont get the cell sig. In as many places. So eventhow I want a smart phone I am wateing to see if they can get better tower sig.

By: Jim Israel Mon, 23 Jan 2012 07:49:19 +0000 This website is a godsend.

I’ve wasted a few hours just looking for an inexpensive mobile phone linked with an inexpensive prepaid plan. Every website I observed was essentially a ‘middle-man’ for the largest wireless companies.
I found a plan — StraightTalk — on your site that fits to a tee what I want. And, the phones are inexpensive as well.
It’s been an infuriating experience, one that only deomonstrates once again how the large corporations will do anything for a buck: it was damn hard work to figure out alot of the plans, and then you find that there are expensive conditions — like compulsory ‘data’ plans — attached to all the prepaid plans.
Thank you.

By: Bill Wed, 13 Apr 2011 20:22:17 +0000 Justme, thanks for commenting. With prepaid cell phone service all taxes are included in the price. The price that’s quoted is the price you’ll pay. There are no hidden fees or taxes. The only taxes you’ll pay for a prepaid plan is if you purchase a card at a retail store, in which case you’ll pay sales tax on the purchase.

As far as family plans, MetroPCS offers a family plan bundle. If you have more than one line, you’ll pay only $35 per line, per month for service. Basically they knock off $5 per line. So two phones with unlimited service will cost you $70 a month which is $10 a month less than you’re paying for one phone with AT&T! That’s unlimited talk and text, too.

Now as far as smart phones are concerned, MetroPCS has a 4G plan for $60. That includes unlimited talk and text, as well as unlimited 4G data access. If you bundle that in their family plan with your other phone, it’s only $55.

Line 1: $35
Line 2: $55 (smart phone)
Total: $90

So if you’re paying $165 a month now, then you could save $75 a month by switching to a MetroPCS plan.

If you’re interested, check out the MetroPCS website at

By: Just Me Wed, 13 Apr 2011 12:17:19 +0000 What about for families?
ATT gives us our first phone for $80, $10 for each addtl line.
$30 unlmtd txtg and pics for all phones.
Hubby’s smart phone is an addtl. $25 mo.
That’s $165 total.
While we don’t get internet, that’s a savings of $35.
How do the taxes differ? Taxes add a lot.

By: Mike Labell Thu, 31 Mar 2011 18:19:01 +0000 I think the only people that aren’t considering switching over to a non-contract provider are the ones who are attached to their blackberries, iPhones and Droids, etc. As soon as Straight Talk adds a competitive smart phone, maybe a touchscreen, they will REALLY be a competitor.

By: aaliah Thu, 31 Mar 2011 06:13:32 +0000 there on some plans on here that I have never even heard of, but they are cheap ones though.
I have not had a contract phone in like 6 years,
and i knoe alot of people think cricket dosen’t get good service but I have had it for like 2 1\2
years and never had problems with it. i pay 35$
well 37 and like 30 cents tax, i get unlimited
talk,text,picture mail, and web. i think thats a
pretty good plan to me!!!