Friday, August 19, 2011

Everything You Need in a Phone

This post brought to you by Straight Talk. All opinions are 100% mine.

My mom knows best because she was trying to tell me to switch to Straight Talk phones about two months ago. She said, I can save more money because it has no contract, no surprise bills, and no credit checks! I can call a friend using an unlimited monthly service of $45 and that includes text, picture message, calls and the web. This is everything you need in a phone and the International Long Distance service is very flexible using a pre-paid calling with affordable rates. You can buy it in Wal-Mart or Target and there is no activation fee, reactivation fee or termination fees. That is truly great right? When you have a Straight Talk phones, you will be using phones from trusted phone manufacturers such as Nokia, LG, Samsung and Motorola. If the economy is hurting your family, switch to Straight Talk and you will surely save money! Break yourself from phone company contracts and switch to Straight Talk! You can get an affordable phone starting at $10 and if you want a smart phone, you can get it too and still enjoy the features that you love. Check out the Website and learn the many advantages of having a Straight Talk phones.

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