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I have been paying around $150 per month for my current cell phone plan for over a year, so it didn’t need to take 10 Good Reasons for me realize I was paying to much and getting too little in return.  When I first saw that Net10 offers an unlimited plan for $50 a month which includes Unlimited talk, in and outbound text messages, and data I started reading the fine print to see if there were other limits or hidden gotcha’s.

I could find nothing in the fine print that made me thing the contract wasn’t exactly what you would expect when you see the word unlimited.  There were no bandwidth caps, no hidden charges, nor anything else.  They provide more minutes in a month than there actually are in a month and each minute of data usage counts as a talk minute.

Is your cell contract about to come up?  Take a moment and see the Light by reading what Net10 offers, there is no contract, no credit checks and all the great android based phones or Nokia phones you want are available to choose from.  There is even a special International Neighbors Program which gives you a separate phone number for Canada and Mexico so your friends and relatives can call you at numbers local to their country if they reside in our neighboring states.

In addition to their $50 per month Unlimited Plan, Net10 offers an Easy Minutes Plus plan where you pay $15 and get 200 minutes.  This plan has no monthly billing and your unused minutes roll each month.  Net10 allows you to switch back and forth between plans without any fee’s, so if you think you will only use a few hours of talk one month, drop your plan down for the month and raise it the next month to save yourself some extra money.

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Justin Germino
Working in the IT Industry for over 13 years and specializing in web based technologies. Dragon Blogger has unique insights and opinions to how the internet and web technology works. An Avid movie fan, video game fan and fan of trying anything and everything new.
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  • http://theneworder.net Jon@Halo RPG

    Wow…Net10 sure is generous with what they offer.

  • iflogic

    I beg to differ. I just ran into the limits. I was happily downloading some files and hit the bandwidth limit. I lost my 3G access and called to find out what happened. They told me that I had exceeded the 3G data limit. I asked how this could be since I was using an Unlimited data plan? They told me that it was an Unlimited plan, but that there was a limit on how much data you could use. This didn’t make any sense to me, so I said “you mean this IS a limited plan then.” They kept insisting that it was an unlimited plan, then they would go back to telling me that I had exceeded the data limit for the month. Really? I don’t know what their definition of ‘unlimited’ is, but its not the same as the rest of the world. Believe me when I tell you that Net10′s UN-limited plan is most defiantly LIMITED.

  • mattman9

    I have an iPhone4 with a new Net10 sim card. I’m paying $50 a month for their ‘Unlimited Plan’. I just received this text from them,

    “Effective March 1, your ATT compatible SIM service will be limited to 1.5GB of data per 30 days.”

    It just boggles my mind that they can still call this plan ‘Unlimited’.

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com Justin Germino

      I hate false advertising, do they still call it unlimited?