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No Contract Wireless Options - 2 WSJ articles

Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by JFB, Feb 25, 2015.

  1. JFB

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    Yep. I can vouch for the Cricket plans. I have my aunt on a $25 plan on Cricket. Unlimited talk and text, no data nor MMS. It is a great value if data is not a priority.

    Most of my family are on Boost or MetroPCS... They went there because of credit issues but now, being on there doesn't have the stigma it used to.

    I am still leery of those wi-fi/Sprint MVNO mixes. Probably because I'm rarely able to make use of wi-fi and I hate Sprint. But if it works, it works.

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    I learned to buy unbranded/unlocked phones years ago.

    I wonder why people are still posting buy my sero sprint plan when the current regular sprint rates are about the same, or if you go with one of the MVNO's listed you can get a cheaper rate. I don't know why anyone wuld buy a sero plan anymore, unless I am missing something.
     
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    $30/$40/50 (depends on the phone) for unlimited data and text. 500 minutes voice. Free roaming. Can you top it?
     

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