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What is the Best Wireless Cell Phone Provider? Straight Talk?

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

I must admit, I am not a very frequent user of cell phones. That is why I just bought a SIM card that never expires and only preloaded it with some call credits for emergencies. When I need to make a phone call, I either use the landline or borrow my husband's mobile phone. He has more call credits.

But I can already foresee that soon, we would have to set aside a little more for our cell phone budget. Just the other day, my daughter asked me "Can I use your cell phone to call my classmate?" I'm pretty sure sooner or later, she would be demanding to have her own cell phone. And when she does, you know what that means - additional budget. When that time comes, I would consider finding a wireless cell phone provider that is Affordable, Flexible and Dependable somewhat like Straight Talk.

What makes Straight Talk affordable? Straight Talk uses the tag line "Cut your cell phone bill in half and feel richer." I don't know if I would feel richer if I can cut our cell phone bill in half, but definitely, it would help provide the needs of my family of 7 especially my kids' education expenses.

Straight Talk offers two types of plans which are cheaper than what other providers charge. (1) The "All you need" plan costs $30 per month and comes with 1000 minutes, 1000 SMS/MMS, 30 MB of data transfer (about 350 web pages) for internet users and free 411 calls. (2) The "Unlimited" plan costs $45 per month and you can use it for calls, text, mobile web access and 411 calls as much as you need. Take note that there are no activation, reactivation, termination fees or surprise bills with Straight Talk.

What makes Straight Talk flexible? Other wireless cell phone providers require you to sign a contract to use their services, but then you're locked in to the plan and the phone for two years or more. Since there are no contracts to sign with Straight Talk, it is very easy to change plans. It's up to you if you want the "All you need" plan this month and the "Unlimited" plan next month. It's also easy to change phones. You can use the kind of mobile phone you want like LG, Motorola, Nokia and Samsung. If you're tight on the budget, you can choose the cheaper reconditioned phone or when you want to pamper yourself, you can get the high-end smart phones like the Samsung Galaxy Precedent (check the Android on Straight Talk).

Lastly, what makes Straight Talk dependable? Straight Talk offers great nationwide coverage so wherever State you are, you can use the service without any hassle. It has excellent reception and connectivity. You don't have to experience again becoming annoyed when you Call a friend and it gets cut or when you just can't understand the person talking on the other end of the line?

If you can't believe Hook, line and sinker about how good Straight Talk is, then just see how this man feels about having Straight Talk.




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Comments

Techie She said…
nice post chin. the video was funny too.

just dropping by to say hi. enjoy the rest of the weekend!
Techie She said…
hehehe, di naman ganon kafunny... baka lang may magbasang nagpasulat, wink!

regards!
Chin chin said…
Thanks for dropping by Techie She. I didn't say it was funny. You're right just maybe kind of. It's the producer of the video who said that.

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