Talking Straight Talk

Thursday, January 12, 2012


Tops in the survey among prepaid cell phone carriers was TracFone, which includes Straight Talk. According to the poll, TracFone had an 82 percent consumer satisfaction rating, while Straight Talk finished second in the survey with a 78 percent rating.

Read the whole story here!

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Thursday, August 18, 2011

More Android!

Here's a longer video. Too long to be a commercial. Might be for in-store?

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Android Coming Soon?

Sure looks like it!

This video certainly appears to be genuine.

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Friday, May 20, 2011

Great Presents

It's the "other" holiday season; Mother's Day, Father's Day, graduations and for many, birthdays and anniversaries.

We recommend a very nice present to celebrate the occasion (or occasions), preferably a present of lasting value.

How about a Straight Talk phone?

There's a nice selection, with QWERTY keyboards, cameras, Bluetooth and more.

And there's no contract, so the savings add up every month. Besides, what kind of present is it if it requires the recipient to sign a contract?! Ugh!

Take a look at the latest Straight Talk offers here.

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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Great Networks = Great Coverage

Why do you have to enter your zip code when you buy a Straight Talk phone online?


The zip code thing is to figure out which phone will work best where you use it the most.


Straight Talk uses the networks of Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile, so where ever you use your phone the most, you're assured of getting the best coverage and the strongest signal.

Now you know!

Click here to get Straight Talk.

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Tuesday, May 10, 2011


I keep seeing these supposedly "great" deals for unlimited prepaid no-contract phones.

Then I read the mouse-print at the bottom of the ad; per-day charges, very few talk minutes; limited coverage; sub-par networks etc.

With Straight Talk, you can get unlimited talk, text, Web and 411 for $45 a month or 1,000 minutes, texts and 30MB data (about 350 Web pages) for only $30.

No per-day fees or hidden charges.

How much are you paying to use a cell phone?

Better question: How much will you save with Straight Talk?

You can click here to get Straight Talk.

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Thursday, April 28, 2011

International Long Distance