Prepaid wireless plans are getting more popular everyday as people are trying to put a limit on how much they spend on cell phone service each month.
Every major cellular provider and network now offers prepaid cards,
plans and pay as you go phones that can help you better budget and manage your monthly mobile bill.
Just imagine no more contracts,
credit checks or long term commitments!
We have reviewed some of the best pre-paid plans and have come to a few conclusions as to who is the best and cheapest.
Boost mobile has an unlimited prepaid cellular plan that charges only $50 per month for unlimited voice,
data and texting services.
There are also no activation fees and no hidden charges.
Verizon has a number of pay as you go plans that are cheap in terms of per minute rates and text rates,
however they charge a daily access fee between 99 cents and 3.99 for each day that you actually use the phone.
T-mobile has some really great prepaid phones and plans that cost anywhere from 10 dollars a month to 30 per month.
They even offer a prepaid Blackberry cell phone.
While their per minute rates for texting and voice aren`t the cheapest of the group,
their selection of pre-paid phones makes up for it.