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which cell phone plan is best in your opinion?

Posted by ilmbg (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 30, 08 at 21:28

I might need to post this on 'organizing the home', also...
I currently have Alltel plan, but am considering changing. I have tried to look at all the companies, and am now brain-fried!
I am in Wyoming/Texas/Florida. Alltel is not in Texas, so I lose 2/3 of my minutes due to roaming.
In Texas, Sprint and T-Mobile seem to be the most common- but neither are in Wyoming!
Sprint also has earlier night-time hours- it starts at 7pm, and Alltel starts at 9pm.
I would like to have 1000minutes day. I am on month to month, as my contract was expired 5 years ago- my home is for sale in Wyoming, so I don't want to sign a new contract, so I stay with Alltel right now.
Right now, I pay $49/month with Alltel.I don't even see the plan I have now advertized- it may not even be available anymore!
Do you have any suggestions? I would like to go month to month, but you can't until you have used up a 2 year contract.
Also, have you found that buying a phone/plan is cheaper online rather than walking into a store?
Jitterbug is too restricted- a friend has it, and has had many problems, both with limited area and no service at times.

Thanks for your help.

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: which cell phone plan is best in your opinion?

How long do you have on your current Alltel 2 year plan?

RE: which cell phone plan is best in your opinion?

jdbillp- I am on month to month. My 2 year expired about 3-4 years ago.

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