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Page Plus

With the increasing competitive pricing and features offered from prepaid phone providers, it almost doesn’t make sense anymore to get locked into a long-term cell phone plan and Page Plus knows this.  For many cell phone users, prepaid plans is the most cost-effective way to go.  In addition to not being tied to one cell [...]

Verizon Wireless

If  you use Verizon Wireless' prepaid cell phone and don't want to hear the balance notification alert each and every time you're about to make a cell phone call, you should check out this article on how to disable it: How to Disable Verizon Wireless Balance Notifications

Radiation

If you use a cell phone the old-fashioned way, then you should take time to read the book Disconnect by Derva Davis. When I say the old-fashioned way, I’m talking about dialing a number, putting the phone to your ear and actually having a voice conversation. If you only use it for texting, you’re a [...]

Family Mobile

Walmart has another prepaid cell phone program called Family Mobile. Just like their Straight Talk program, there is no contract or credit check. The prepaid service costs $45 a month for unlimited talk, text and web for the first phone line.  For every additional phone line it's billed at $35 per month. Therefore, for an [...]

H2O Wireless

H2O Wireless is another prepaid cell phone company offering a wide variety of talk plans. With H2O Wireless there's no contract and no credit check. Since they operate on the AT&T network they're available pretty much everywhere. However, if you're concerned about coverage in your area, visit their website and click on the coverage map. [...]

PagePlus Cellular

Page Plus Cellular is another wireless service provider that offers no contract, pay as you go cell phone service.  Page Plus has nationwide coverage and a wide variety of plans. The only downside I see with Page Plus cellular is they have a limited selection of cell phones. As of December 2012 they only have [...]

Verizon's $100 per month plan

There was a time in America where prepaid cell phones had a stigma. The general feeling was prepaid service was the service of last resort for people with poor credit. There was a bit of an elitist attitude among those with contract phones that looked down their noses at prepaid phone users. Back then prepaid [...]