Are you fed up with paying a huge pile of cash for your monthly cell phone bill? Postpaid cell phone providers tend to lock up their costumers by making them sign and follow a contract for a certain period of time (usually 2 years). This tactic makes good business on their part, however, for consumers, this basically means that you are entitled to stay with their company and if you decided to discontinue the agreement, the company fairly has the power to sue you or continually charge you with your average fees every month until the contract has ended. Here are some prepaid cell phone carriers that propose incredible plans for you to choose from. This list is in no particular order in regards to which one is best due to the different signals or coverage from whichever area you are at or will be.

boost mobileThis cell phone provider has a great $50 per month for unlimited talk, text and web, 411, IM and email. This fee is only exclusive for regular cell phones, however. Phones with an Andriod operating system is $55 per month and Blackberries are charged $60 per month. One great thing about this carrier is the fact that they reduce your monthly bill by $5 every after 6 months if you consistently pay on time (this offer will not decrease as soon as it reaches $35).

straight talk(73154)This company presents a $55 per month unlimited web, data, messaging, email and minutes. They also have a $45 per month plan for unlimited everything but with only 1200 minutes and $35 per month for unlimited everything but with only 300 minutes. Aside from their pleasing varieties of plans, this carrier does not charge extra regardless of what kind of cell phone or what type of operating system you are using.

straight talkThis service provider is only available at Walmart. For individual plans, they have the $30 per month which gives you 1,000 minutes, 1,000 text or pictures messages and 30 MB of data. They also have the $45 per month plan which includes unlimited talk, text and data.




Prepaid cell phone plans are seemingly better for a single person. Most paid plans might work better for families. But to avoid going bankrupt by paying an excessive amount of fees a month, purchasing a no-contract prepaid plans is a great choice.

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