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A friend of mine just told me something about a cellphone plan with unlimited local cell minutes. the minor problem is that he dosent rember where he saw the ad... anyone know anything about this or something similar?

 

BTW: you know the plans with 1000 anytime minutes? is that really enough? how many do you use a month?

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Are you takling about cricket? I know right now cricket has a holiday promotion going one where you get this deal

 

# Unlimited Anytime Minutes over your Cricket service area

# Unlimited U.S. Long Distance Minutes (except Alaska)

# Unlimited Text Messaging

# Caller ID, Call Waiting, Voice Mail

# 3 Directory Assistance Calls Per Month

Check em out here

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We have a company that does that called Cricket. The phone doesn't work if you leave the state though. T-Mobile has a cheap 1000 minute plan here too.

yeah... I just saw that myself... saddly they arent avilable up here (almost 300 miles north of san fransisco...) but yeah, how long does 1000 min last a normal person... a normal person in High School that is... :P

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yeah. I was thinkinking about cimgular or something with rollover... that would be quite nifty.. but yeah... Im still compleetly confused as to how they saw that up here... :huh: anyway... thanks for the help though... if you hear about anything else though let me know...

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yeah, Metro PCS is the unlimited local only cell service in atlanta too, not heard too many good things about them though, and if you go vary far out of town the phone is useless, no matter how much you are willing to pay to talk

 

stay away from Sprint PCS, they're coverage is spotty

 

T-Mobile is okay as far as coverage, but if you go over on your minutes you will have to cut off an arm and send to them

 

Cingular is probably the best as far as coverage but their credit approval standards suck and unless you have really good credit, you may be asked to sell your soul to them for a deposit

 

Nextel is very odd, works great where you wouldnt expect to even have service, but sometimes doesnt work at all in metro areas, very weird

 

although i dont know about Verizon, its the only one i think i havent used in the past two years

 

(do alot of traveling for work and they keep switching phone companies, thats how i have gotten to know them so well)

 

good luck, theyre all a rip off, just have to pick the lesser of many evils

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I'm in high school right now and I'm on a family plan with my sister and mom with 400 minutes. Last month I used about 200 anytime minutes, but alot of my friends are using t-mobile too and all of those calls were free, and they also give you free nights after 9 and free weekends. So you could really get a 100 minute plan or somehitng small if you really only talked on weekends, to t-mobile customers, or after 9pm.

 

THier service is pretty good, kinda spotty when driving down my road but theres alot of trees around.

 

If you looking for the provider that has the best coverage and service then go with verizon. MY dad has them becuase of work and when we went on vacation with a bunch of other families and people, he was one of the only people with service (along with all other verizon customers) so he let everyone use his phone when they had to make calls.

 

t-mobile is alot cheaper than anything else though

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