Saturday, September 24, 2011

Straight Talk is my Choice of Phone

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Straight Talk for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Our cell phone bills are almost $300 a month because we have the four lines and that includes my two phones, our business phone and my husband's phone.  We are stuck to these four lines because we sign a contract and we are so ready to switch to Straight Talk. Only few months left and we are excited to get the phone with Android on Straight Talk. If we can turn back the time, we would probably choose a phone with no contracts, no surprise bills and no credit checks. That would mean one thing, having a Straight Talk would be NO hassle at all!

Straight Talk is our Choice of Phone because it is a Hook, line and sinker kind-a-phone where it is ready to use right away. The activation, reactivation and termination fees are all free.  If we cut down our phone bills, we feel richer and their "All You Need Plan" will work for me because I am a heavy phone user. For $45 a month, I can Call a friend as well as use the text messaging and web browsing up to 30MB.

It is very affordable but, it will not compromise the quality of service because Straight Talk has a great nationwide coverage and excellent reception! We are ready to switch! How about you? Do not be fooled with your high your phone bills. Make the switch to Straight Talk today.

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