This post brought to you by Net10. All opinions are 100% mine.
I have been using the NET10 phone for 2 years now. I keep checking other carriers and try to compare the plans. To date I still find NET10 is better in terms of having a fixed price per call (10cents/min) where as other carriers does like they cut a dollar in addition if you make at least one call a day in addition to the charge per each minute of the call. So you end up paying $30 extra if you call every day.
NET10 coverage is very good. I was in California then in Virginia, Los Angeles and now in New York. All the places are in very good coverage.
Enroll in the NET10 Unlimited Calling and Text Messaging Plan for only $50.00/month. With this plan come unlimited nationwide talk, unlimited text, unlimited Web Email, and unlimited calls to 411 at no additional charge. You have to purchase a NET10 Unlimited Phone. There are only 3 choices at this time, but the phones are decent.
NET10 also offers pay-as-you-go prepaid wireless service with no credit checks, monthly fees, or contract restrictions. TracFone is the wireless service provider for NET10 and offers local, long distance, and roam calling options. NET10 features a variety of cell phones from major cell manufacturers, such as Motorola, LG, and Samsung, as well as ringtone and graphic download options. NET10 offers features such as voice mail, caller ID, text messaging, and call waiting. Obtain NET10 service with no activation or deactivation fees or security deposits.
So, I recommend NET10 phone.
Best thing is you buy $30 card and it's valid for 2 months. It's like $15 a month and if you keep buying airtime you get 2 months each gets added to your validity. So after some time you don't have to recharge your phone until your minutes are over for any number of months.
Check out real NET10 customer testimonials and hear their experiences.
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see the Light and enjoy the benefits of NET10.