This post brought to you by Straight Talk. All opinions are 100% mine.
Eversince, I am a "No Contract phone subscriber" coz i always consider spending less on phone services but of the best quality, ofcourse! . I always seek affordable and economical prepaid plan on a nice package deal to save extra. Hook, line and sinker to persuade and get a mobile plan services doesn't work with me for i really don't like the idea of getting years of contractual obligation and surely be surprised of hidden charges that comes with it.
I have relatives from US and we only interact thru FB chat, whenever my dear aunt was online i sometimes confide to her things about married life that i cannot easily open up with my mother. Now she's currently back to school to pursue Master's degree and i haven't seen her for a while on our regular FB chat schedule.
Phone calls would be the best way to catch up with our busy lives; made only possible if phone bills was way cheaper...
So having been introduced to Straight Talk, I quickly review their international long distance service and was amazed by the phone rates at a very low price.
You can either choose the $45 No-Contract obligation for unlimited services, it caters Everything you need, you can Call a friend anytime with unlimited calls, texts, picture messaging and web browsing. Or choose the $30 monthly, the "All You Need Plan" for heavy phone users with 1,000 minutes, 1,000 texts, and 30MB of web data.
Smart Talk made Android phone affordable!
(Phone and Plan sold separately)
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Phone selection line-up includes amazing smart phones, touch screen phones, and app capable phones with features like voice navigation, camera, music player, video recorder, instant messaging and blue tooth (check out Samsung Galaxy Precedent). This offer comes EXCLUSIVELY from Walmart.
I sent a message to my relatives suggesting to carefully review and take consideration on trying out this offer and they agree to make a comparison to their existing line against this new provider. So far, the info they sent me was favorable feedback from friends currently subscribed to Straight Talk that says it affordable, of good value, great signal service, and the package deal was a good bargain.