Do you Talk Straight with Straight Talk?

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When our exchange student arrived from Germany, one of the first statements out of her mouth were--"I want a cell phone". Well, okay then, let's look for one. I took her (I literally) to every cellular store in our area and she simply could not decide what phone she wanted. She couldn't decide on a plan or a cellular phone.

I decided to do a bit of research on cellular phones and discovered prepaid cell phones with Straight Talk 2. There were no contracts, no surprise bills and no credit checks. Free from activation, reactivation, or termination fees. She was sold hook, line and sinker. I was ecstatic I didn't have to drive all over the state any longer, mom knows best right? She was so happy I saw her smiling for weeks everytime she would call a friend

The “All You Need Plan” meet her every need, literally this prepaid cellphone was everything you need. She is a teenager after all and a heavy phone users. She needed 1,000 minutes, and she needed 1,000 texts and she needed 30 MB of web data. Literally, there could not be a more perfect plan out there for teenagers.

She bought an adorable little prepaid cell phone. I have to say I was pleasantly surprised at the choices for prepaid with Straight Talk 2. There are reconditioned phones available from $10.00 with camera, mp3 player, mobile web access, and blue-tooth capability. Great for young users! There are also amazing smart phones; touch screen phones, and app capable phones with features like voice navigation, camera, video recorder, music player, instant messaging, and Bluetooth®.

Our exchange student was able to actually save money with her prepaid cell phone and do more shopping. Believe me, she did MORE shopping!

Great nationwide coverage and excellent reception/connectivity. Finally, Straight Talk only uses trusted phone manufacturers like LG, Motorola, Kyocera, Nokia and Samsung.

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