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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

Description of service

I have a family phone plan for four cell phones. I pay around $130.00 monthly. This service includes 1000 anytime minutes, free nights (after 7:00) and weekends, and 1000 text messages, which is shared among the four phones. We have three way calling, call waiting, caller ID, call forwarding, and voicemail included. We also have 10 phone numbers (cell phone and land line) that we can call free of charge. The first two phones are included in the basic price plan of $79.00, and each additional phone is $15.00. The other charges, such as, relay service charges, 911 service charges, and the regulatory and admin fees total around $12.00 a month. Taxes equal around $8.00 a month.

Review of Service

I feel satisfied with the quality of service I receive for this phone plan. The cost for four telephones is very reasonable. We receive a good signal in the area that we live in, which is in the country. I have had other cell phone companies and paid more than I do now and did not receive a good signal around the area of my house. The downside is that the phone company is not as wide spread as certain other phone companies, so I do not get a good signal in certain areas. This, however, will change in the future for the phone company I use is constantly growing.


Before purchasing a phone plan, make sure you do some research. Ask friends, family, and acquaintances which cell phone company they are with and if they are happy with it. This has helped me when making a decision. Do not go with the company that is offering the lowest price on cell phones because you may end up having a company that charges more and does not have good service. This happened to a family member of mine, and she was stuck paying for a phone that did not work, and she did not get a signal most of the time.

$ 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
$ 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