Imagine a cell phone company that didn't have contracts, hidden fees, cancelation fees and other miscellaneous charges? Oh that would be a dream right? Well its not exactly a dream, it really does exist. No I'm not talking about pre-paid phones here, I'm talking about Straight Talk.
Straight talk is a cell phone company that offers the best plans for those that just use their phones for talking, texting and light web surfing. If you aren't into all the aps and playing Angry Birds for hours on end, why not go with a cell phone company that doesn't have an outrageous activation fee or get hooked into a two year contract paying almost double what you would be paying for if you went with Straight Talk?
For example, our cell phone bill last month was $167 for 3 phones, 2 phones with data plans. If we switched to straight talk, we could save $122 bucks a month! Man that would pay for our meals when we go to San Diego next month! Really if you could save that much a month from your phone bill, why not make the switch? Think about what you could save your money for?

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