It seems like most cellular networks are just trying to rip everyone off. They all have those huge contracts with insane fees for cancelling. What’s the deal with that? So are there networks out there that are better than others? What cellular network should you choose?
Check into networks that have those pay as you go plans. Those are a really hot deal for teens who want to avoid long contracts with nasty fees. One of the cool things about the pay as you go deal is that no credit check is required, a total plus for those of us who don’t have credit yet.
TMobile’s prepaid cell minutes can be “refilled” online too. Talk about convenient. Just type in the mobile number and enter the account info and wa-la instant communication. Not too shabby for a cell phone bill.
Cingular offers the `go phone’ which is a pay as you go plan as well. You gotta love the go phone because it has something special. With the go phone, any left over minutes can be rolled over when the plan is refilled before it expires.
But watch out, because snoozers are loosers in this game. Be careful with pay as you go plans, because if they aren’t refilled about every 90 days or so the cell number can be reassigned! No one wants to lose their cell number!
One of the hottest phone plans right now is through TMobile. Their latest deal is the five favs plan. These are super hot deals. TMobile lets people pick five friends who they can call anytime for as long as they wants without getting the beat down from mom and dad to get off the phone and stop wasting minutes! Hurray! Talking to Mr. Hottie all night long has never been this good.
Five favs plans also come with regular minutes for talking to all those other people out there. So just pick the favs, pick the minutes, and on you go.
TMobile’s five favs is the way to go for people who have like five friends they talk to all the time. But, sometimes the five favs plan isn’t the best deal. Favs plans cut out the free mobile to mobile deal.
If all the groupie chicas are on one network, like Verizon, then stick with that network. It can save big dollars in the long run.
Whatever cell network ends up getting your vote, be sure to sign up for unlimited texting. Totally make sure to ask specifically about that part of the deal when signing up. Cell phone companies like to be sneaky and then charge ridiculous fees. That’s where they make most of their money.
There’s nothing worse than getting an enormous cell phone bill with overtime charges for hundreds of text messages. The parents won’t like that either.
A good tip to keep in mind is that the loudest bark doesn’t always have the biggest bite. TMobile has tons of advertising about their five favs. But check this out, Alltel has a similar deal. They have cell phone plans called My Circle. My Circle plans have 10 cell phone lines or landlines that can be called for free any time!
That’s twice what TMobile offers! Of course the drawback is that Alltel isn’t everywhere like TMobile. Some places don’t have Alltel offers. But the idea is still to see if there are any smokin’ local deals that beat out the big dawgs.
At the end of the day, TMobile is definitely one of the hotter networks out there. They have good coverage nationwide, they have the sweet five favs plans, and they have pay as you go. Plus, they have a little bit of that “it” factor that goes a long way. Just be sure to watch your back, cell phones networks are only in it for themselves!