It appears you can get a free phone with no contract. You need to get a prepaid phone though so you will pay for the phone by paying the minutes in advance.
I believe that a no contract cell phone plans are plans without pieces of papers to tell you what the instructions are for you when paying the phones. You wing it.
It's not a necessary "upgrade" without the contract. You would end up paying full price for the phone or starting a contract and getting the low price for the phone
A contract phone is a phone that you pay a monthly rate for, and have to keep paying for. They're usually cheaper, but with a prepaid phone, you can stop your service at any time without breaking the contract.
Yes, unless you have a contract that specifically says otherwise.
The most common benefits to using a cell phone without a contract are that one can terminate their plan at any time and look for a cheaper plan. One can also shop for different deals online and get different services whenever one chooses.
Simple Answer...No I switch my sim card al the time when my brother-in-law gets a new phone, he has a contract w/ nextel and I have a pre-paid boost mobile, so yes you can
I have a contract with Sprint and I would like to terminate without the ETF. the reason being is that their service is the worst. dropped calls no service bad internet signal you name it i am very unhappy with it. I have called to complain to them and the want me to pay the fee. what do i do?
get a "pay as you go" phone
"No Contract" means you pay for the phone up front. You pay for the service every month in advance. If you stop paying, the phone will stop working. You can stop paying anytime you want and you don't owe anything. There is no early termination fee.