Prepaid Wireless Phones

By: meeinter

Cell phones, cell phones, and more cell phones. This is probably the single most important device to many people. I must admit that my laptop takes precedence over the mobile phone. I can't live without this device. The cell phone on the other hand, I hardly use the darn thing. This is why I'm shocked when I glance around at all the people chatting away on their Razr phones and such. First of all, how did they ever cope prior to the cell phone age, and second of all, what are they talking about. I swear it's about nothing important. I think a lot of people just call acquaintances on their cell phones because they have nothing else to do. Does this sound familiar at all? Well, since I've yet to conform to today's cellular trend, I may have to go with the prepaid wireless phones simply to save some cash.



You've heard of "pay as you go" or prepaid wireless phones, right? Basically these are great for those of us who hardly ever use or need a cell phone. It's ideal if you wish to avoid the monthly bill. With "pay as you go" phones, you simply acquire the mobile phone and pay only if you use it. So if a month passes and you never used the phone, you pay nothing. Sound cool? There are no routine service charges, ect. For folks who purchased a cell phone merely for emergencies, this service would be ideal. Then there are the prepaid wireless phones. You can purchase the mobile phone with a particular amount of minutes on it. Once the minutes are gone, you no longer have service. Of course you can always pay to add more minutes to the phone at any time. My mother now has one of these and loves it. She never uses a cell phone, but wants one in her car, just in case it breaks down. This way she will have the option to call for assistance. Makes complete sense to me.

Cell phones are handy little innovations; there's no disputing that. On the other hand, they cause brain cancer. Ha, just a little joke! No but seriously, some folks believe they do. Regardless, the world will continue to use them. They make life that much more convenient. We thrive off of products such as this. Anyway, if you want to squash that monthly cell phone bill and keep it to a minimum, I suggest prepaid wireless phones, or "pay as you go" phones.

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