Free Cell Phones - How to Get One

By: Ernest Barby

Are you aware that there are free cell phones available? Most of the service providers offer a free phone with their service contract. The way a service contract works is that you pay a monthly fee for the basic service. Because they want your business, they are willing to add a cell phones and other amenities. Which phone you get will in a large part be decided by the contract you agree to, and if you are willing to pay extra for an upgrade phone. Offering a cell phone allows most people to get a phone without having to come up with extra cash when they get their service.

It would appear that our society is very mobile. As such we want and sometimes need cell phones and other electronic gadgets. With the cell phone you can be connected almost anytime or place. Cellular phones have made the world a much smaller place. It's nothing to sit down for lunch and call friend or relatives across the country or even half way around the world.

One of the major problems with cell phones, other than being expensive is that with all of the high-tech technology, your new cell phone is out of date almost as soon as you get it. The manufactures come out with newer, better, faster, and etc. almost daily. You almost have to upgrade before your service contract runs out if you wish to be on the cutting edge. I should make a point here, try to keep your service contract as short as possible. You never know when that new phone you have will be outdated, and many times the carriers will offer specials a couple times a year.

How do you find the phone you want? Perhaps the simplest way is to go online and see what the various companies and carrier services have to offer. As I said there are many times specials run to attract business.

Here is a couple of websites that usually offer free cell phones to its subscribers. Many times the offer is only good when you subscribe using an online service.

* LetsTalk.com
* Calling-Plans.com

These two have some of the lowest plans being offered. But be aware, some of these programs require you to do a mail-in rebate to get the phone for free. Even with the hassle of using a rebate, it still may be a great deal. So go online, check out what plans are available. Just make sure that the plan you get will allow coverage in the area you are in. The best plan and a free phone are not worth a darn if you can't make or receive calls where you live and need the service.

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