This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Straight Talk Wireless. All opinions are 100% mine.
Back years ago, my husband and I got stuck in a cellphone contract. OMGeeze, we couldn’t wait for that contract to be up! It just got to where we couldn’t afford it anymore, but we couldn’t afford NOT to pay it either. Have you been there too? Are you there NOW? At the time, my husband had lost his job and we were just stuck. S-T-U-C-K in that cellphone contract. The late fees adding up because we couldn’t pay on time were downright EVIL.
Last day of the contract = aaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!
That moment was the equivalent of getting home from the longest day on earth and taking off your bra, ladies. THAT’S how good it felt!
Needless to say, once that contract was up…….so were we. We were up off our butts and headed to Walmart to buy new phones and pay-as-you-go Straight Talk Wireless services for both of us. Going from what we were paying to just $45 a month was like a breath of fresh air. I ain’t even kiddin’ and we have never looked back!
My husband has a Samsung Galaxy smartphone and I have an iPhone 5. Both through Straight Talk Wireless. We get 3GB of high-speed data, umlimited talk and texts for just $45 a month, and YOU can too! My sister in law and her family are FINALLY switching over! After years and years of being stuck in their contract, they’re finally making the switch! I think we’ll throw them a part-ayyy! haha! In case you didn’t know, 3GB of data is quite a bit! Do you know what you can do with that much data? I didn’t either really, but this will give you an idea.
3GB of data is equal to:
- 105 hours of Pandora radio
- 2,460 webpage views
- 41,900 emails
- 1,920 Flickr image uploads
- 153 hours of Facebook browsing
- 85 hours of Google Maps usage
No-contract plans are perfect for the first-time phone owners in your family too. We bought my dad one, just a simple one and it’s all he needs. You have the flexibility to pay-as-you-go so it’s perfect for teenagers too or for the pre-teen who is learning the responsibility of owning a cellphone.