This post brought to you by Straight Talk. All opinions are 100% mine.
This post is about Straight Talk's phones e testimonials for those of you who are new to this cell phone service provider or think that you are paying too much to your current one. If you're not sure about their customer service or coverage there are a lot of video testimonials on YouTube form people who are using (and apparently loving) Straight Talk.
I'm not using it myself yet but the the Straight Talk ads seem very smart and good and all the testimonials from clients that I've seen say that you can cut your phone bill in half which is great! Just think of all the things you could buy with the money you will save on your cell phone bill every month! Some people will probably save more than 100 dollars on the phone bill!
Another good thing about the Straight Talk plans in my opinion is that they don't tie you to a contract like the other cell phone service providers do. Sometimes you hear about a friend who had to pay a few extra hundred dollars because someone made an error with his cell bill or something like that. He could be saving that money for the family vacation or to buy the new game that his kid wanted for birthday… Fortunately this kind of thing will never happen with the StraightTalk plans.
Straight Talk testimonials
There are several testimonials from happy clients and they say that you can get better coverage than from other providers, but I guess this would also depend on the phone model you buy and the area where you live. One guy also said that the phones have a clear and perfect sound, but I think this will also depend on the phone model you choose, my advice is to go for the android phones, they have everything you need and more. One thing is common to all the testimonials: these people are saving money. Check out one of the Straight Talk online testimonials and see what you think:
And here are a few more:
Straight Talk phones
The online store has some great phones from good manufacturers like Motorola, LG, Nokia, Samsung, or Kyocera. I personally like the Samsung Galaxy Precedent phone, it has Android and you can download thousands of apps from the Internet to it, it has 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity, a 3.2' touch screen, video recorder, a 2 megapixel camera, music player, Bluetooth, messaging, GPS, micro sd card slot, and gravity sensor among other things. It's also hearing aid compatible (see more details about this at the Straight Talk store).
So if you switch to them you get to choose from great Straight Talk cell phones like the Samsung Galaxy ones, some of them have GPS with voice navigation (and, man, this is incredibly useful if you drive across the country a lot), or you can go for the cheaper ones, there are the reconditioned straightalk phones available from $10.00 (these can be great for kids), and for what I saw at their website if you go for the yearly plan you get unlimited calls, messaging and web for the whole year!
I was searching for the straight talk coverage map and found one here: http://www.straighttalk.com/Coverage. Apparently they cover almost the whole county… If you need assistance the straight talk phone number is 1-877-430-CELL (2355).