Prepaid Phone Information

Prepaid Phones


Prepaid Phones: How it works

PREPAID wireless has NO contracts, that is one of the best features of PREPAID wireless. You simply add airtime when you need it. If you stop adding airtime to your phone then the cellular phone will simply go "inactive".

No contract means NO commitment or agreement at all. Also, many PREPAID phones can actually be converted to "post pay" with the same carrier at a later time.
All you need is a cellular phone and a service provider.


No-Contract Phones
Types of plans that may be available without signing a contract:
- Prepaid minutes
- prepaid unlimited
- Month-to-month plans

For great choices in no-contract phones, such as Nokia Lumia 520 GpPhone (AT&T), Lumia 521 (T-Mobile), Samsung Galaxy Prevail II - and S III (Boost Mobile), LG Optimus F3 (Virgin Mobile) and more...
Check best pricing at Amazon.



Unlocked Phones
Always free choice from which service provider/carrier you want to use an interchangeable SIM card.
So, if you don't want limitations in selecting a service provider then go for unlocked phones, such as Apple iPhone 5s, IPhone 5, 1. Samsung GT-i8190 Galaxy S3, Motorola Moto G, Samsung Galaxy S DUOS S7562, HTC One X, LG Optimus G E970 and more... Check best pricing at Amazon.


 

When/Why to use a prepaid phone?

- if you want a cellular phone for occasional use - e.g. when   traveling or for safety reasons - but don't want to pay a monthly   service fee or enter a long-term agreement, or
- if you want to budget your mobile phone use, or
- having credit issues, or
- not feeling comfortable providing information for a carrier credit   check, or
- if want to give your children a mobile phone, but you want to   control/budget the phone usage. or
- if you are looking for a gift

Prepaid cell telephones can be attractive because there are:
- no contracts
- no credit checks
- no monthly bills

 

Choosing a Prepaid Phone / Service

Only purchase mobile phones and/or recharge minutes that appear as available in your Zip code!

If your ZIP code matches you will be able to activate a local phone number. Most PREPAID telephones actually work nationwide, but using the Zip Code search insures you can be issued a local phone number when activating a new prepaid phone. Check the "coverage area" to find out the coverage of the service you are interested in prior to purchase!

Prepaid calling rates are higher than plan rates, so if you're a regular caller or think you're going to make many calls, you might go for a phone with a plan.

 

Prepaid Cellular Phones Airtime

New mobile phones come with an initial number of airtime minutes. Those minutes are used up as you are placing and receiving calls with your telephone.

When all minutes are used you buy more prepaid airtime minutes (recharge) by dialing a toll-free number on your mobile.
The purchased minutes are credited to your account - programmed (added) in your phone - and are then automatically deducted when you make calls.

 

For great choices in no-contract phones,
Check best pricing at Amazon.



Unlocked Phones
Always free choice from which service provider/carrier you want to use an interchangeable SIM card.
So, if you don't want limitations in selecting a service provider then go for unlocked phones, Check best pricing at Amazon.



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