Sunday, September 25, 2011

Android on Straight Talk

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Straight Talk. All opinions are 100% mine.

I used to Call a friend using the International Long Distance from my cell phone. I paid additional amount to get a lower rate for International calling. But,  when I read my phone bills every month, it never makes any difference. My monthly phone bills are too high and I am getting tired of paying a lousy service with so many hidden charges.

I am using an Android phone so; I plan to get the Android on Straight Talk because I like the features of this phone. It has a camera and Bluetooth which is very important for me. They have $45 unlimited monthly service which includes calls, text, picture messaging and web browsing. That is really affordable plus no contract at all. I asked few of my friends who are Straight Talk users, they love the connection because it has a great connectivity and the coverage is excellent nationwide. They have no problems when they switch to Straight Talk and they just Hook, line and sinker. They save a lot of money and they love the Straight Talk service. If it works for them, it will going to work for me too.

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