I am looking to get a new cell phone
I am planning on buying a prepaid phone for right now because I do not have any credit..
I have had Verizon prepaid.. and virgin mobile.
I would like your oppinion and the best prepaid cell phones.
I am now using Tracfone for over a year and I'm very happy with it. You can buy these almost everywhere now and you don't need to have a credit score to get service.
Your unused minutes are rolled over and you can prepay monthly ,three months ,6 months or get the unlimited monthly plan.
I bought the LG 600 with the camera and many options.
Go to Walgreens ,or Kmart or any dollar store to check it out
hope this helps
Without a doubt, Virgin Mobile's new all inclusive prepaid plan is the best!
25 dollars a month gets me unlimited text/mms/video, Web, and 300 minutes of call time. No activation, no contracts, no connect fees. I'm on month two and I love it so so so so much.
There are other levels as well-I believe 40 dollars a month gets you an additional 900 minutes or so to the call time.
I had tried NEtTen in the past, and they were ok. However, 300 minutes would have cost me $30 and no extras like text or web.
I can't express to you how much I love Virgin Mobile's new unlimited plans. It has saved me SOOOOO much money. Their customer service can be a bit to deal with, but we can deal for unlimited at $25 a month.
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