I really don’t understand what the whole commotion is about all of this

6th May 2022

I really don’t understand what the whole commotion is about all of this

If you go to the Straight Talk website, they clearly list that the $45 thirty day plan is intended for unlimited texts, calls, and data. I think that this is a great thing that Straight Talk and Wal-mart is doing, because they are allowing people to have a cheap plan and great coverage (Straight Talk uses Verizon Wireless coverage). Trust me, I've been through plenty of cell phone companies, from ATT to Sprint, and none of them have given me the same amount of satisfaction than Straight Talk.

The way I interrupt that is that if you add an application allowing the phone to do more than what it can do when you first buy it that unlimited is no longer unlimited. From the way its stated and how it sounds is that is the phone can do it with the apps it already has on it, besides streeming games,audio, uploading and downloading of the same, that it is unlimited. So in other words if you phone will access the internet and open webpages with the apps it has then its unlimited.

I don't understand what all the commotion is? Straight Talk is a GREAT plan saving many people alot of money in this difficult economy. Being on the Verizon network, it receives wonderful coverage and how can people really be complaining about $45 for UNLIMITED phone calls and texts? I think its awesome! If there's any confusion, just go on the Straight Talk website and it explains each plan with perfect clarity.

QUIT YOUR DAMN WHINING!

As far as I'm concerned, StraightTalk works great for me. It's the best deal all around and I only use the phone to talk/text so the data portion does not concern me at all.

I can't understand how some people can even get through life if they can't even operate a cell phone. And, on top of that, complain about the cost or loading pics or ringtones. GET A LIFE, JACK!

Whether it's ATT, Boost, Verizon, Tracfone, Net10, Virgin Mobile, or whatever, they all have their pros and cons, and are designed to make the consumer preview the information to determine the right one to go through

Ok, ok. Enough with referring to Straight Tlk as the Wal-Mart phone. The Straight Talk line of service is provided and OWNED by Tracfone. Tracfone retails through Wal-Mart, KMart, RadioHack, Walgreens, RiteAide https://loansolution.com/installment-loans-ky/, and many other stores (gas stations, etc.). However! With the Straight Talk phones ONLY, the phones are only sold from the StraightTalk website, or a select amount are sold exclusively through Wally-World. This is just one of those things like the iPhone can only be bought from Apple/ATT stores, and recently BestBuy (via the Apple Kiosk) and WalMart. That does not make the iPhone being a BestBuy/WalMart phone, it is made by Apple, has service only through ATT, but the retailers (BestBuy/WalMart) just had to jump through hoops (or vica-versa) to carry the phone. And also, when you want to tether your phone and use as a modem, any cell phone carrier will not include that as unlimited data. Even Sprint, which doesn't charge extra (if you are on the Everything Data Plan) for tethering still requires you to add the feature. Now doug, why do you feel ripped off? If you are interested in a phone with more capabilities, perhaps you should look into the contract phones. However, seriously look into the fees and surcharges. If you think $30 or $45 is too much a month for your phone, and you are not using the phone or it's capabilities, you should consider the other prepaids. Just be very careful of Virgin Mobile, and scope out their coverage. Oh, and usually you can return a prepaid phone to Wally world between 30 to 90 days, with RECEIPT and all packaging. They need those damned serial number barcodes on the boxes. However, you can't return cards once they have been used. Damn it! I can't send a moneygram to someone and get my money back after the person picked it up either. What the heck is this world coming to?