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Should you get a prepaid cell phone or a postpaid one?

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2010-12-14 07:50:57
2010-12-14 07:50:57

Get a prepaid phone from Tracfone. I have a Tracfone and I even just bought my kids a Tracfone for back to school. Tracfone offers the lowest rates and great coverage. Also Tracfone has really cool phones to chose from. With a preapid plan you never have to worry about buying more minutes than you need.

I would 100% say GO PREPAID!!

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It depends on your needs. If you need a high end phone, you should get a postpaid cell phone as you can get a nice phone like an Android phone free on the Internet with a new plan.

If you just want a cheaper plan, you should get prepaid or pay as you go phone service. Again, it largely depends on your calling needs.

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