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SafetyNet Wireless Prepaid Phone Plans

SafetyNet Wireless offers prepaid cell service. The interesting thing about this company is you have to dig deep and spend quite a bit of time oon their website to see what type of phones they offer. Actually, they never did show or explain the types of phones they sell. They do, however, offer SIM cards if you wish to use their service with your own phone.

The other odd thing about this company is you have to call them to get service. No online signup. In this day and age, that’s rather peculiar.

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Below are a couple of screen shots showing the prepaid plans SafetyNet Wireless offers:

SafetyNet Plans

SafetyNet Plans

The other interesting thing about their prepaid plans is in the small details. For example, their 3GB Data plan states that the 1GB of data is at high-speed 4G/LTE. After that, the remaining 2GB of data slows to "up to 1Mbps" for the remainder of the data allowance.

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Worse yet, for the 10GB data plan, the first 4GB are at high-speed 4G/LTE, then the remaining 6GB drops to “up to 1Mbps”. Something just doesn’t sound right there.

The unlimited data plan allows for 10GB of high speed and the remaining drops to “up to 1Mbps”.

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If your alarm bells don’t go off after reading the above, and you want to choose a plan and request a SIM card, you have to call the company (1-888-224-3213) in order to purchase it. You cannot add it to your cart and pay with a credit card.

They do have an email address (customerservice@safetynetwireless.com) and a Contact Us page. However, I think it would be in your best interest to find a different prepaid cell phone company. That is my opinion.

Did you know?: If you meet the Lifeline and/or Affordable Connectivity Program criteria, you qualify to receive a free device (smartphone or tablet) along with discounted or free wireless service (plans vary by state).


About the Author: LaForey is a person who was fed up with contract phone plans and opted for something more practical.

Last Modified: 11 November 2022

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