Talking Straight Talk

Thursday, September 17, 2009

How To Get Out Of Your Cell Phone Contract For Free

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

The Best Customer Service

Straight Talk is easy to use. It's straight. No nonsense.

You choose your phone, buy your 30-day plan and you're ready to talk and text.

Occasionally you may need some help. (Don't we all?)

That's where customer service comes in.

How is Straight Talk's customer service?

The best!

J.D. Power and Associates, the leading consumer research company, in its 2009 Wireless Prepaid Customer Satisfaction Study, placed Net10 and TracFone at the top.

Straight Talk's customer service is handled by the same team.

Don't you want your customer service issues handled by the best in the business?

That's Straight Talk.

Click here to get started.

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Monday, September 14, 2009

Limits on Unlimited

There's been a proliferation of so-called "unlimited" plans lately, following the game-changing announcement of Straight Talk.

Competition is fine. First, it puts power in the hands of the users who can choose what's best for themselves on their own.

Having choices is good. It also forces each provider to make sure its offerings measure up against its competitors'. It's another win for users.

But when competitors don't match up favorably with others, what do they do?

Cheat. Hide. Lie. Confuse people. Bury extra charges, penalties, overages and limitations in the fine print.


Some alleged "unlimited" plans include per-day fees and other sneaky things. Their coverage is spotty and inadequate. Or their retail stores are in unsavory and exotic locations.

Straight Talk is different. It runs on Verizon, America's most reliable network. Second, it's available nationally at some local Walmarts and online here.

No hidden charges, per-day fees or any of that stuff. What you see is what you get.

What do you get?

There are two plans. All You Need is $30 for 30 days with 1,000 nationwide anytime minutes, 1,000 texts and 30MB of data (around 350 web pages). You buy airtime and it's good for 30 days. When you run out, you buy more.

The second plan, Unlimited, is $45 for 30 days of unlimited talk and text (and 30MB of data).

Simple. No hidden fees. No nonsense.

You can check out the plans and phones here.

Just make sure that when you're looking at other plans that claim to be unlimited, they really are.

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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Without all the bad stuff!

Tuesday, September 8, 2009


Friday, September 4, 2009

The Secret Origin of Straight Talk!

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Straight Talk rocks Atlanta

Atlanta is one of the test markets for Straight Talk's retail roll out.
Pali Capital Telecom Analyst Walter Piecyk traveled there to evaluate
the success of the service and its reception at retail. He was pretty impressed.

Here's the video of his comments.

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