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sidekicknicholas 08-01-2011 12:57 PM

Walmart Mobile - Straight Talk Plan
 
Anyone tried or used their unlimited plan? Looks like a pretty sweet deal.

$45/mo.
Unlimited Talk, text, web --- no contract

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Straight-T...ivery/15443344


Right now I'm on my mom's plan and still pay her $30 for 3g, $5 for insurance, $5 added line... so I'm at $40 as it is and have the headache of dealing with my mom. Also my fiance loses her contract (free through her dads work - but he is retiring so that ends for her) and needs a plan, our family plan is maxed out.... so we could jump ship to these for $90/mo. (seems cheaper than any other carrier for only 2 lines)


Any thoughts/reviews on this?
Thanks!

irishrider92 08-01-2011 6:31 PM

Don't know much about it but check out what their coverage is like from the interweb. No point in having all that stuff if there's only a 20 mile radius to use it in.

hatepain 08-02-2011 11:01 AM

Do you have to use those junk phones?

sidekicknicholas 08-02-2011 11:40 AM

They seem to have a few smartphones - android based options, as well as a few blackberry phones as well

bigdtx 08-02-2011 12:11 PM

I use metroPCS which is 50.00 / mo unlimited. Internet is slow but I rarely use it on the phone. Doesn't look like it's available in your area. One thing you need to check is does that price include voicemail - sometimes they ding you for that extra. Otherwise give it a shot. If the phone has a sim card you can always keep it and go somewhere else.

phatboypimp 08-03-2011 5:15 PM

Most unlimited plans are "limited" to mobile to mobile calling.....just something to check or keep in mind. They will charge you for landline calls.


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