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$ 40
Mar 2008
Braintree, MA
450 Anytime Minutes  more... close row
$ 90
Mar 2008
Petoskey, MI
Unlimited minutes within the state  more... close row
$ 5
Mar 2008
Teaneck, NJ
Additional text messages  more... close row
$ 54
Mar 2008
Portland, OR
1500 anytime minutes plus internet and text messages  more... close row
$ 52
Mar 2008
Brick, New Jersey
1000 anywhere minutes for international calls  more... close row
$ 80
Mar 2007
Alameda, CA
950 Anytime Minutes and 1000 text messages  more... close row
$ 60
Sep 2007
Alameda, CA
450 Anytime Minutes, rollover minutes, and 1000 text messages  more... close row
$ 40
Sep 2007
Fort Bragg, Ca
450 Anytime Minutes from National Provider  more... close row
$ 81
Feb 2008
Margate, Florida
Mobile phone monthly plan with 1000 anytime minutes  more... close row
$ 46
Mar 2008
Mobile service with all paid features  more... close row
$ 50
Aug 2006
Miami, FL
Cell phone plan with 600 minutes  more... close row
$ 48
Jan 2008
Jackson, MI
200 Anytime minutes with a one year contract  more... close row
$ 0
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$ 355
Mar 2008
Muncy, PA
New phone and new contract  more... close row

Description of service

I purchased a new phone and started a new contract with a new cellular phone company. The plan I chose was a $60 plan plus a one time activation fee of $26. The phone I chose was $99. and because of the credit check I was required to place a $150 dollar security deposit on my line. The first months bill was not due right away but I chose to pay that anyway and as with most phone companies because of billing cycle it was a bill for prorated services plus the next months bill coming to roughly $80 so I spent a total of

Review of Service

I was very happy with the service I receieved the salesperson took the time to explain my options going through the different phones and their features to best suit my needs. Also the plans and the extras such as texting and data packages were explained. The only down side is I didn't really realize it would take so long and I was in a hurry.


First, shop around not every company has coverage in areas you might need it. Second, some companies may charge a security deposit while others won't just ask them to run a quick check for most places all you need is your ID and social security number and they can let you know within minutes. Third compare plans and phones and see what fits you best. Don't be afriad to ask questions most contracts are 2 year agreements that cost money to get out of you don't want to enter into something like that unless you know everything you are getting yourself into.