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  • Because my mother was considering purchasing a plan with them, I decided to do a quick search on the internet about the company to see if it was legitimate
  • To my surprise, I found out that its service is provided through the Verizon Network, which equals great service at a cheap price and the ability to use a lot of the company’s phones through Page Plus
  • Overall, I am happy with this company (aside from the mobile web issue)
  • Unfortunately, I have not discovered yet a quick way to get my phone usage balance and I do not think there is an option available where I can register my account online to keep up with the minutes that I use
  • So far, I have switched phones once and there was no hassle involved, and I love being able to have a smartphone (that I paid less than a third of its retail price) on a discount prepaid service provider


    • by simply_fabulous
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      Like many other people, I was curious about this prepaid cell phone provider. The first time that I heard of this company was after my mother came home with a flyer advertising their Talk and Text Plan (1,200 minutes + 1,200 text/multimedia messages+ 50 Mb of Data) and their Unlimited Plan (Unlimited Talk + Unlimited Text + 30 Mb of Data). Their rate plans just seemed too good to be true!

      Because my mother was considering purchasing a plan with them, I decided to do a quick search on the internet about the company to see if it was legitimate. To my surprise, I found out that its service is provided through the Verizon Network, which equals great service at a cheap price and the ability to use a lot of the


      company’s phones through Page Plus. After a few months of procrastination, I ended up activating my mother’s old Alltel AX260 and Motorola Q I brought from Ebay on this service provider.

      One of the biggest frustrations that I have about this company is the selection of phones that they offer. Unless you are able to find an authorized dealer in your area, you are going to end up having to buy a phone off of the internet. I went to this company’s official website and become disgusted by the lack of choices that were available (4 phones) and the big price tags. Afterwards, I did a search on Ebay, and found a wide array of phones at really good price points. As I previously mentioned, one of the good things about this company is that you can use some Verizon cell phones (LG Chocolate and Motorola Q are examples) and old Alltel phones to activate service. However, not every phone is compatible and in some cases you will end up not being able to use the web service.

      It was very confusing for me to find a phone because the main word that was repeated in all of the listings was refurbished. Now normally I would not want to purchase anything refurbished; however, with this company that just means that if the phone was originally designed for Verizon or Alltel, the phone was flashed and modified to work with this company. Before you buy any phone to use, go online and find the list of phones that are fully compatible with modification ...


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      or you will end up like me with an Alltel AX260 that does not have internet.

      Overall, I am happy with this company (aside from the mobile web issue). Activating the phone was not difficult for me because all I had to do was go to an authorized dealer’s website and enter general information like my phone’s serial number and my zip code, and my phone was activated in less than five minutes. It was almost a similar process for adding the phone plan to the phone; however, I decided to go to this online prepaid refill website where I received a discount on the price of the card. In all, it took me about ten minutes to have my phone going and all of the directions that they provide

      for activation are easy to understand.

      I get great reception, and everything about the phone still feels the same as Verizon. Unfortunately, I have not discovered yet a quick way to get my phone usage balance and I do not think there is an option available where I can register my account online to keep up with the minutes that I use. There is an automated number that I can call, but I find that to be a little annoying after a while.

      I would rate my experience with this company a 10 out of 10. So far, I have switched phones once and there was no hassle involved, and I love being able to have a smartphone (that I paid less than a third of its retail price) on a discount prepaid service provider.




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