Have you ever switched to a prepaid cell phone plan from a contract cell phone plan
If you switched from a contract cell phone plan and started using a prepaid phone plan, what plan did you choose and how much money are you saving per year.
Yes, I use a tracphone, I don't talk on the phone much, it only costs me $25 for 3 months. I had a cheap plan before, it cost me $35 per month.
Yes..I have switched from my contract cell phone plan.Recently I had to travel out of my country, to U.K and hence to avoid the roaming everyone suggested me to unlock my mobile and switch to the local sim of U.K .So, I got the unlocking service from my network provider and followed the free instructions from http://www.mobileunlockguide.com/ on how to enter the unlock code and easily removed the network lock.
By doing this I was able to switch to the local sim of U.K and saved a lot.
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