How to Choose the Best Cell Phone Plan?

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By Jack Allan


There are so many posh cell phones and plans in the market. Selecting one cell phone which fit the budget and meets all your needs is very hard. Picking up a cell phone plan which you can pay easily is much harder. There are numerous plans which claims to be the best leaving you confused and overwhelmed. Here is a small guide which will help you select the best cell phone plan in the market.

Remember you have to pay the monthly bill for your mobile phone before you select the scheme. They might offer unbelievable packages with thousands of free text messages and exceptionally high download speed. But every minute will be charged. So dont go out to the most advertised plan or the plan which has the highest features listed.

Think what features will suit you. If you are a person who sends text messages rarely, the plan which offers thousands of text messages for free wont be of any use to you. Select a plan which does not have any free text messaging service. You can pay a few pennies for one or two text message you send rarely. You will be free of all the hidden costs and high subscriptions. This is the same with multimedia, internet usage and free talk time features. Decide what you want and choose a plan accordingly. Dont get carried away by the ice-cream speeches offered in the stores.

The best budget plans are the pre paid plans. Paying only for the minutes you have used is a great offer. Other plans like pay by the day plans are also very useful. Family cards can save you a lot of money, if you wish to communicate with your family members at a reasonable rate. There are various discounts offered for disabled and elderly people. Employee benefits and corporate cards are also present. Use all these schemes and privileges if they apply to you.

AT&T pay as you go plans, T-Mobile pay by the day plan and Virgin mobile no contract monthly plans are the three best cell phone plans in the market. Dont sign contracts which will tie you up for a long time with the company.




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