“I originally started T-Mobile prepaid because I was on Verizon and wanted to play with some unlocked GSM phones. I didn't want to start another contract at thetime, so instead I started a prepaid account with T-Mobile. I found the terms to be very fair... minutes expire after 90 days, unless you get to the point where you have purchased $100 worth of airtime. At that point you hit the "Gold...” --pgens
“I have always had what I believed to be the best cellular coverage in the Pittsburgh Area, starting with Cellular one, in the late 70's?, which was bought by ?, then Cingular, which was recently taken over by AT&T and constantly improved over the years. AT&T has great 3G coverage over the Pittsburgh area and has never been difficult to deal with. The only drawback is the high price. ...” --dpbutal
“Tried to cancel service...Called one representative she stated that since I was not the primary line. I was able to cancel my line with no early termination fee. I only had 20 days left in my contract. When I got my next bill (my wife stayed with verizon...why I don't know) There was a $175 charge!!!!! When I called them they were playing dumb stating you broke contract agreements. Long...” --VTBooda
“I've got Sprint's 'SERO' plan. SERO stands for Sprint Employee Referral Offer, and it is (officially) open to anyone who knows a Sprint employee. I knew someone from college. The SERO plan is great... you get basically unlimited of everything Sprint offers, except for minutes, and it is about $30/month. That's unlimited picture and text messaging, unlimited data, Sprint TV (although not all...” --dordal
“Well back in 06 i droped my nextel line to go back with plateau because they got there GSM network up and running ( well most of the time not includeing the fiber cuts and misc outtages ) and montly plans are cheap i pay $39.95/mo for 1000anytime & unlimited nights & weekends @ 7pm mobile2mobile also but other then paying $0.50/min for roaming im pretty happy -Drew” --drew10162003
“ I subscribed to Credo mobile because I believed in their philosophies. The first month was good, though I found the service areas a bit limited. Then in the second month I was notified that I had 200 overage minutes and owed them $192, rather than the $60 agreed upon amount. When I called, I got copies of my useage and could not see anywhere that I had that many minutes. Then I looked closer...” --DavidM
“Page Plus is a prepaid service provider. Activations can be found very cheaply on auction sites, typically around ten dollars or less for an activation plus 100 minutes. This is an excellent alternative to Verizon's prepaid offerings, which are oftentimes as expensive as postpaid plans. Page Plus will activate most Verizon phones, and once activated you will be using the Verizon nationwide...” --pgens
Metro PCS provides wireless services on a no long-term contract, flat rate, unlimited usage basis in selected major metropolitan areas in the United States.
Helio is a US wireless provider of 4 co-branded Samsung phones called Ocean, Mysto, Fin, and Heat featuring unique multimedia support. Don't call it a phone.