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$ 135
Mar 2008
Lewiston, ME
Family plan for mobile phones  more... close row
$ 105
Mar 2008
Willow Grove, PA
700 anytime minutes and unlimited text messaging  more... close row
$ 100
Mar 2008
Westbrook, ME
Mobile plan with 2000 shared anytime minutes  more... close row
$ 80
Jul 2007
Thousand Oaks, CA
2-line shared minutes plan  more... close row
$ 141
Mar 2008
Richlandtown, PA
Monthly charge for cell phone usage for two lines  more... close row
$ 80
Mar 2008
Conshohocken, Pa
Two year contract, three lines, and 1000 minutes  more... close row
$ 130
Mar 2008
Fayetteville, NC
Family phone plan for four cell phones  more... close row
$ 80
Jan 2008
west sacramento, california
New family plan with two phones and text messages  more... close row
$ 50
Jun 2007
Northeast Arkansas
Cell phone plan shared minutes  more... close row

Description of service

Our cell phone plan is a group plan that allows five separate lines, has 1500 shared anytime minutes that rollover, free nights and weekends with "nights" beginning at 7:00 p.m., and includes mobile to mobile.

Review of Service

Any unused minutes rollover and are good for one year, which I appreciate. I would not have a plan without rollover. If you pay for minutes you should get to use them. I wasn't real happy to learn that they expire in a year, but I guess if we don't use them by then that's our fault.

Mobile to mobile is a great bonus, and allows free calls to and from anyone who has the same cell phone service, not just a handful of chosen people.

There is no roaming and the service is nationwide. The signal is strong in more places than not, a true feat in a rural area.

The customer service is reasonably good.

A yearly upgrade allows the choice of a new phone at a discounted rate. I waited longer and ended up getting a fairly new, popular phone, free of charge.


The ability to have five separate lines allows us to split the costs of additional features and services with extended family members, resulting in an excellent plan at an affordable price. You may want to seek a similar plan that allows you to share costs with other people.

With some cell phone companies, waiting longer than the annual upgrade date to get a new phone will allow to choose an even better one. If your current phone still works well, you might want to wait.

$ 180
Mar 2008
Amarillo, TX
Five cell phones on one plan with nationwide coverage  more... close row
$ 80
Mar 2008
West Salem, Ohio
Two phones and 700 minutes  more... close row
$ 70
Mar 2008
Richmond, MI
Two lines sharing 800 minutes  more... close row
$ 50
Mar 2008
grundy va
New shared phone plan  more... close row
$ 89
Feb 2008
San Diego, CA
Shared mobile phone plan with hidden charges  more... close row