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Prepaid Cell Phones: Wirefly One Stop Shopping

More evidence that the prepaid cell phones have become mainstream is that services such as Wirefly offer one-stop shopping for prepaid cell phones. No longer do you have to figure out whether you want to use Verizon, Net 10 or T-Mobile. Through Wirefly you get to compare the various cell phones and the various services on one website.

With just a quick visit to their site, you’ll see carriers such as Boost Mobile, Metro PCS, Net 10, TracFone, Verizon, Virgin Mobil and T-Mobile. If you’re looking for an Android smartphone, Kyocera full QWERTY or a Samsung flip phone you’ll find it at the Wirefly site.

Localized Phone Service

To shop you must insert your zip code so that they will only display phones and service providers in your area. They make it so easy for you to narrow down your choices. You have the option of shopping by phone or by service carrier.

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If you select a phone that you like, not only will they provide the detailed features on that particular phone, they also list the carrier through which the phone is available. If you’re not quite sure which phone you want no problem. They also list the phone carriers so you can get to check out the prepaid cell phone plans before selecting a phone.

Convenient Shopping

The benefit to the site is as I mentioned earlier, is that it’s a convenient one-stop shopping site. You don’t have to go to each individual website to decide which one is best for you (you can if you want to, but it’s not necessary).

If you want additional information on any of the phones or cell phone service carriers you can visit their individual sites if you so choose. Wirefly has a pretty comprehensive accumulation of plans and phones. If you decide to purchase one from them, they offer free shipping (no coupon required).

Prepaid Phone Acceptance

In the days of old you had to search high and low for a carrier that was willing to provide prepaid service. Things have changed quite a bit. Now it’s just as easy to find prepaid cell service as it is contract cell service.

About the author: LaForey is a parent and a freelance writer who has done quite a bit of research on prepaid cell phones.