Wednesday, August 17, 2011

The NET10 Unlimited Plan To Release You From Your Contract Nightmares

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Net10. All opinions are 100% mine.

A shoutout to our US readers who are into phone contracts: "If you look in your phone bill and don't like what you see, you can find out firsthand what it's like to be free."* You are the only person who could put the key into that lock hole. Here's your key, the phantom that will save you - The NET10 Unlimited Plan.
* Modified song lyrics taken from "The End" by My Chemical Romance 
Here's the deal:

Get unlimited call, text, with mobile web surfing/email for $50 a month.

That's it. If you're expecting a long passage of paragraphs for that deal, well you shouldn't be. The rule of thumb on Net10 is to have no hidden fees, no hidden agendas, and no contract that will bind you to the deal for a veerrry long time - providing you only exactly what you need, only when you needed.

Here's a Cute NET10 commercial ad to start with:

Versus the contractual plans

No hidden fees. Unlike phone services in contracts, you only pay the fee that was bestowed upon your eyes. You wouldn't get surprised of additional payments you haven't even seen nor heard before.

No limits. Contracts hold you from something. Once you signed it, you agree with whatever what's in it, no matter what situation you will be. Change is inevitable.

No cancellation fees. Eh, why pay for the service you want no more, and you get nothing from anymore? It should be a standard among phone companies and every service that this should be considered. 

In addition to the above, the Net10 Unlimited Plan is useful to:
  • Companies who provide phones to their employees. Imagine when someone resigns or takes an official leave, do you still need to pay for it? You should be cutting expenses!
  • Workers who are away from their families. Isn't it good if you can just reach them whenever you have free time, without worrying of the time you'll be spending on the phone. 
  • Students who are so far from their homes. Emergency expenses? Miss your mom? Need additional allowance? Reaching out to your group mates? Students do a lot of things, better not limit them.

You can also switch between different plans without paying anything, just to suit your requirements.
  1. Easy Minutes Plus Plan - starts at $15 for 200 minutes.
  2. Pay-As-You-Go Plan - minutes to carry over with active service.

Take this video from a Real NET10 customer:

Other features include:
  • International Long Distance - Available to more than 75 countries for around 15c per minute call rates.
  • Phone Selections - Net10 only selects trusted manufacturers like LG, Nokia, Samsung, Kyocera, and Motorola.

If you are still unconvinced, watch this:

To start your Unlimited plan: visit or check them out on Facebook and Twitter.

NET10 Unlimited is a brand of TracFone Wireless Inc., America's leader in no-contract cell phones. The NET10 Unlimited network is powered by America Movil, one of America's leading cell phone providers.
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Net10. All opinions are 100% mine.

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