Best prepaid cell phone plans of 2013

 

These are my top 3 prepaid cellphone service providers right now #1: solavei Link it sign up: https://www.solavei.com/SignUp?un=craig1993&from=Invite link fo…

10 Responses to “Best prepaid cell phone plans of 2013”

  1. AL3XVX says:

    Thank you for the video

  2. AL3XVX says:

    Can I switch to one of these lets say straight talk. and keep my t-mobile number as the same and if I don’t like the service I shut it down but I still be able to use my previous T-mobile plan with the same number again with no problems. Is that possible?

  3. PiterStreak says:

    Solavei FTW!!! free phone service! I need to hurry with my 9 already lol

  4. 27TUBGUY says:

    P.S., I DONT USE THE PHONE HARDLY AT ALL, MAYBE INTERNET, AND DO WANT A SIM CARD.

  5. 27TUBGUY says:

    WANNA BUY THE PHONE PAY AS I GO, AND ILL BE TRAVELLING THE COUNTRY, WHAT DO U SUGGEST??

  6. stalkingalizee says:

    the sprint network sucks monkey ballz and any pre-paid that uses them has shit data. i had vm with an evo 4g, average data speed = 2G. i dumped that thing like a brick. anything on t-mobile pre-paid will be best as long as you have service, the coverage can be spotty.

  7. MrStatusTech says:

    i changed my mind?

  8. MyTx100 says:

    Hmmmm now you change your mind??? No no……

  9. MrStatusTech says:

    i would have to say straight talk. depending on what phone you get your service will be supported under att or Verizon. both of which have to best over all coverage. now if data speeds are important to you i recommend you try to get a straight talk phone that will use att’s network basically any straight talk phone with a sim card. or buy and att phone and order a straight talk sim card.

  10. Santiago Luquez says:

    What’s up dude, I’d like to know what would be a good phone plan for truckers, in other words, a plan that gives good coverage all over the us.