[Hidden-tech] discount mobile phone service providers

Ron Blechner rtblechner at gmail.com
Wed Feb 6 09:49:52 EST 2013


Is your anticipated unlimited usage likely to be mostly to the same
few people all the time, or do you expect a high volume of calls from
many different people?

I ask because several mobile carriers have plans where you can put a
small number (5) of phone numbers on a "friends / family" list that
count towards unlimited.

Additionally, some carriers have unlimited mobile-to-mobile in the
same network, so if you're calling a small number of people, and they
are mostly say, on Verizon Wireless, that might be another

Second, and possibly more important question: Are you planning on
using the phone at one location, or talking while traveling?


On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 7:30 AM, Andrew Bellak
<andrew at stakeholderscapital.com> wrote:
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> Dear HT,
> I would like to learn from those who are using mobile phone service in
> the Pioneer Valley from discount providers.
> I am interested in the unlimited plans.  I realize that there are limits
> on the data part in that after a certain number of mega bytes/ month,
> the upload/download speeds become slower.
> It would be great if an existing Sprint phone could be used with
> providers below using CDMA and/or buying wholesale from Sprint but none
> seem to allow that so far.
> These providers include:
> Straight Talk
> Boost
> Virgin Mobile
> Metro PCS
> Family Mobile
> Cricket
> Net10
> TracFone
> Thanks!
> Andrew
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