Sunday, August 28, 2011

Cut your cell phone bill in half with Straight Talk!

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

everything you needcall a friendWith Straight Talk I can cut my cell phone bill in half! I really don’t like contracts and with Straight Talk I can get everything I need at a reasonable price. Imagine cutting your phone bill in half  by switching to Straight Talk. I'd rather use that money for other things,  like school supplies or toys for my knows best

With Straight Talk you don't need a contract, no surprise bills, and no credit checks.  Straight Talk has great nationwide coverage and excellent reception and connectivity. With only trusted brands to chose from, like LG, Motorola, Kyocera, Nokia and Samsung.Hook, line and sinker

You can go with a monthly plan like “All You Need Plan” which actually meets the needs of the heaviest of users.  It includes 1,000 minutes talk, 1,000 text and 30 MB of web data.  With the "Unlimited Monthly Service" (retailing for only $45) you get calls, text, picture messaging, and web! Imagine unlimited calls, text, picture messaging and web  access for a WHOLE YEAR, for only $499.00!everything you need

411 calls are included with no extra charge.  It also includes free activation, free reactivation and free termination of services.

If you need International "Long Distance Service" Straight Talk has a prepaid calling service that enables you to make international calls from your home, cell or office at really low rates.

Select your phone and your plan and off you go.

Reconditioned phones are available from $10.00 with camera, mp3 player, mobile web access, and blue-tooth capability. Great for young users!

Straight Talk offers you amazing smart phones like touch screen phones, app capable phones with features like voice navigation, camera, video recorder, music player, instant messaging and Bluetooth.

Check out this video for more information about the different phone options! 

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