Here’s a graphic of prepaid and contract plans. We’re pretty much the lowest, some places give referrals, but no one that I know is this inexpensive, with the features, and the CONTINUING discount.

(Click it for the biggest size)

I say this at the end, but it’s worth saying twice:

When you call, you get me. For better or worse. 🙂

I am small, so I can do things no one else can. I don’t need approval, a manager, etc. I work directly with you. I give away freebies like Bluetooth headsets, covers, etc. all the time as I have new or used stock on them. If you have a decent phone, I will give you cash for it! Find a big carrier that will do these things.

 

Disclaimer: Of course, I’m a rep for Solavei. Also, some of this data is could be unverified as the companies won’t give out specific information in some cases. The data caps, mainly. I hear different things in different places.

But it must be true because here it is on the Internet. 🙂

(Seriously, though, overall this is a good deal.)

Overall, NONE of these plans have a bonus and cash back potential. Remember, you can get those JUST for having 4 lines withing your own household, or at least 4 lines among family and friends, whatever combination works for you.

A few notes:

Straight Talk

Drawback: I hate to play this card, but I just don’t like Wal-Mart. I’m a Target guy. 🙂

Lower data cap, and I’ve heard of people getting kicked off with no warning, and losing their remaining balances.

http://forums.androidcentral.com/other-us-carriers/191019-can-we-get-straight-answer-finally-straight-talk.html

If you have/refer any combo of 4 lines, then we are $176, so $44 a line, $1 cheaper than Straight Talk.

 

Boost/Sprint/Verizon/Virgin/Cricket

BIG DISADVANTAGE: They use phones that you often have to pay to switch what phone you have, some have an extra fee. We use a GSM phone with the SIM chip that you just open the back cover and swap out. That’s your new phone, nothing else to do or pay for. Erase and sell the old one.

I switch phones around fairly often, and you can put the SIM in a tablet if it’s a mini or micro SIM.

Or if you go to a different country, you can buy a prepaid SIM there WAY cheaper than roaming. Which isn’t an option on many of the prepaids, so you’re outta luck. When I went to London, I spent $15 and could call my wife as much as I wanted. All the shops had the refills too.

I like GSM!

 

Solavei

Drawback: While it’s free right now, there is a $29 SIM charge fee and a $49 enrollment fee. To make up for this however, they are giving a free month until Oct 31st and the SIM card is free until then.

Biggest Advantage:

The recurring cash back. Example: You and three family members have lines, that’s $44 a month net because every three people you refer gets you $20 a month. Plus there are bonuses.

This is the way I’ve chosen because the plans all cost about the same, but the data cap is higher, and I know the network because I’ve been using it as a postpaid customer for almost 2 years.

When you call, you get me, for better or worse.

I am small, so I can do things no one else can. I don’t need approval, a manager, etc. I work directly with you. I give away freebies like Bluetooth headsets, covers, etc. all the time as I have new or used stock on them. If you have a decent phone, I will give you cash for it! Find a big carrier that will do these things.

 

 

Sign up before the sale ends Oct 31st.