The best value in cell phones
Do you use less than 500 airtime minutes a month? Have you been trying to find a cellphone plan that gives you the coverage you need for a reasonable price? I've found a service that does it all.
Tired of wasting money
I use my cell phone for convenience, like when I'm at the store and I need to know if we're out of bread, or to let my husband know I'm running late. Also, I like the peace of mind that comes with knowing I can call for help if I have car trouble. I used to have AT&T’s least expensive plan—200 minutes a month for $35—not a bad deal, but I rarely used even half of the airtime. I checked all the major carriers, but none of them had a better offer for someone like me. Then two years ago I found Net10.
What does it cost?
Visit Net10.com and I think you'll be impressed by:
*wide selection of phones
*reasonable prices--as low as $14.99
Airtime is 10 cents a minute for the pay-as-you-go plan. Buy at least 300 minutes every 60 days and unused minutes automatically roll over. If you set up an automatic payment plan, you can get 200 minutes a month for $15 or 500 minutes a month for $30.
*Comprehensive service area coverage
*Texting and web browsing included
*No roaming charges
*No over limit penalties
*Remaining airtime and effective date continuously displayed
Who could ask for any more?
Cell phone service made easy and affordable
So there you go. Cell phone service isn't rocket science. You don't need contracts, text limits and overage charges. Get Net10 and never look back.