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Friday, August 26, 2011

No Contract Phones

This post brought to you by Straight Talk. All opinions are 100% mine.

I was in Wal-Mart yesterday and I was looking at the phones displayed for Straight Talk. I would say, it is everything you need in a phone because it is affordable and you can call a friend here and abroad. I was looking at the All You Need plan which has 1,000 minutes, 1,000 texts and a 30 MB web data for only $45/month. What an awesome deal for me because I am a heavy phone user! If you are looking for a plan with unlimited call, text, picture messaging and web, switch to Straight Talk today! There is no contract, no hidden charges and no credit checks so; having a Straight Talk phone is convenient and hassle-FREE! You can use a very nice phone from Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, and Kyocera. The good news does not end there yet, when you buy a Straight Talk, activation is FREE. If in case, you want to terminate your phone or wanted a reactivation, there is NO fee at all! My mom knows best because she kept on telling me to switch few months ago and definitely, I will!

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