Why pay a premium for cell phone service when you can switch to a pre-paid or pay-as-you-go plan and only pay out for the minutes that you actually use? Learn about your options in the pre-paid market.
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If you want the latest smartphone and you don’t want to pay the full price then you’ll often end up signing up to a long contract. Many people have an allowance for minutes and texts that they never come close to using. With pre-paid plans you only pay for what you actually use and there are no unexpected bills at the end of the month. If your current contract is running out and you are still happy with your cell phone then consider switching to a pay-as-you-go model and you could save yourself some cash.
The pre-paid phones offered by carriers tend to be entry-level handsets and older models so, unless you are willing to pay a big upfront fee to get a great smartphone, you should be expecting something pretty basic. For many people that’s not a problem and if you just want a phone for texting and calls then pre-paid is definitely the way to go to keep your costs down.
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Forget about lengthy contracts and monthly charges, with pre-paid plans you can get the phone you want and only pay for the service that you actually use. This article takes a look at four of the best pre-paid wireless carriers and what they can offer you.
Here’s a comprehensive look at your options in terms of carriers that offer pre-paid or pay-as-you-go phones without you having to commit to a long-term contract. There are plenty to choose from, both big companies and small.
With a great reputation for service and customer support, Verizon is growing more popular every day. You can also pick up some great pre-paid phones at Verizon, not just old handsets, but you will have to pay out quite a lot to begin with because the price of the handset is not subsidised by a long contract.
You can get some great pre-paid deals at T-Mobile or you can choose to just pay for what you use on a rolling basis without committing to a lengthy contract. Learn all about how it works and find out which phones are offered.
AT&T is one of the biggest cell phone carriers in the US and they offer a wide range of phones and payment options. Find out what your pre-paid options are, but be sure to check the AT&T website too as they change their handset range frequently.
If you are keen to switch to a pre-paid cell phone, but you are stuck on a contract, then you’ll find some helpful advice here. There might just be a way you can get out of that plan before it expires.
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