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We show off our newest cell phone like it was a new baby. We carry them everywhere. We cannot live without them, as consumers, but especially as business owners. Mobile phones are mission critical.
My guess is that a good portion of those must be business owners. Smartphones supercharge your productivity. But they also supercharge your cell phone bill. If you have been searching for options, this review is for you.
StraightTalka provider of prepaid wireless service, provided a short term loaner iPhone 5 for this review. However, if you are not, StraightTalk has a variety of phones on their prepaid plans.
The purpose of this review is to highlight that there are other options to have an affordable cell phone plan without a long-term contract and the subsidized phone you usually get along with a long-term contract.
You can also top up your prepaid balance here, of course. The benefits of prepaid: No long term contracts. Generally, lower monthly cost. You can buy an unlocked phone and move from one provider to another.
It does take some patience and tech chops, however. For example, the elegant Nexus 4 phone from Google is reportedly possible to put on the StraightTalk service.
Smaller carriers score better in the customer satisfaction arena, as reported by the American Customer Satisfaction Index that rates the wireless phone industry among others.
You can walk into a Walmart and many other retailers, and buy a phone and a plan.
The downside of prepaid: You have to buy a phone at full price. There is no major carrier subsidizing your phone for you with free or low prices to entice you. However, to be fair, if you crunch out major carrier plans that are usually more per month, you will likely find that you are paying more over that two-year contract.
Month-to-month prepaid plans can be a bit confusing. Your minutes run out in 30 days usually. In this case, there was no report on calls made or received.
I would like to see a way to pull that kind of report. StraightTalk owned by TracFone offers two plans: Overall, I find the no-contract, prepaid type phone carriers to be one of the best ways to save money in my small business.
I found the signup process to be painless and had good customer support throughout my review period. StraightTalk offers a range of smartphones and not so smart ones, too — feature phones starting from free.T-Mobile ONE Military gives veteran and active military business owners—plus their employees—all the benefits of our unlimited plan at a specially discounted price, up to 12 lines.
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Must be used in the billing period provided.
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