Straight Talk Wireless’ $30 “All You Need” Prepaid Plan

by John on August 2, 2014

straight-talk-flyerStraight Talk’s $30 “All You Need” prepaid plan is a very nice looking plan that is affordable and doesn’t skimp on service or plan options.

To get right into it, the $30 plan provides 1,000 minutes of talk time and 1,000 text messages, while also giving the subscriber 30 MB of data for web browsing.  You pay for the service every 30 days.

This plan is a very affordable plan and one that has picked up quite a few new users since it has been “on the shelves.”  Straight Talk is a value provider (owned by TracFone) and offers good value for its wireless services.

This plan from Straight Talk Wireless is also bolstered by the fact that it runs on the Verizon network, which is one of the strongest in the country.

Clearly, the All You Need plan cuts down on costs, while not skimping on service.  If you’re considering a new phone plan, this is a good one to take a look at and compare and contrast.

Read also about the Unlimited Straight Talk plan.

Straight Talk’s New Smart Phones and Android Phone!

straight talk android samsung precedentThis company has some new phones to offer, and they are a big improvement over some of the previous phones that have been listed.  The Nokia E5 and the Nokia E71 are two good smart phones that bring some of the best features of Nokia phones to the forefront and work with the Unlimited Straight Talk plan.

But the most exciting new development from Straight Talk is the release of its first Android smart phone.  The new Straight Talk Samsung Precedent gives prepaid users all the great things the Android platform provides, including swype texting (which is the intuitive program that helps you text faster by filling in letters when you type in words), the Android App Marketplace (yes, you can download apps from your prepaid phone now), web browsing capability, GPS, and voice-activated commands.

Buy this phone at StraightTalk.com

 

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Sarah April 3, 2013 at 9:02 pm

I have an I phone already, can I use it with the plan or do I have to buy a. New phone, my service is thru verizon

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