In the past on this blog I have reviewed Republic Wireless and FreedomPop. With Republic Wireless, customers can get unlimited talk and text for only $15 a month.
With FreedomPop, one can get a cell phone plan that is totally free--$0 a month--but has limited minutes.
Let's say, though, that neither of those companies is for you. That does not mean you are stuck paying extremely high rates with companies such as Verizon. There are other companies that are worth investigating also. For instance, TracFone, StraightTalk, and Net10 are worth looking into. TracFone does not charge a monthly bill; instead, customers purchase minutes that can last up to an entire year. Their motto is "do everything for less." However, they are not known for superb customer support. StraghtTalk claims to offer the "same phones, same networks, [but] . . . half the cost." Net10 also has inexpensive plans. Any one of these companies is worth considering if you have the kind of high cell phone bill most Americans endure. You can sign up for or look further into any of these companies by clicking on the banners below.
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