How Do You Compare Plans For Prepaid Cell Phones?
Prepaid cell phone plans are plans that do not require a contract. Prepaid plans may also include the usage of prepaid cards that allow the user to load funds onto the phone’s account. Data, messaging and minute usage deducts from this account as it is used. Prepaid cellular service may also come with similar benefits to contract-based plans, such as periods of unlimited calling or set fees for unlimited usage anytime. Look at the cost per minute. Prepaid cell phone plans may use prepaid cards with a preloaded amount of money on them. A provider might charge 20 cents a minute, which means a $50 prepaid card will provide 250 minutes. Keep in mind that data usage and text messaging might also be deducted from the account balance. Look at unlimited usage periods. Some providers may offer free nights and free weekends for calling or texting. This means you won’t be depleting your account balance during the time period of unlimited usage periods. Some providers may also offer unlimited plan
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