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Straight Talk Wireless
4.12 / 5 based on 120 Reviews
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Straight Talk Wireless
- "I never really had a problem with my straight talk phones other than customer service doesn't speak very good English and is really annoying. " in 15 reviews
- "I don't think I would ever be able to go back to another company like T-Mobile or Verizon because I'm so spoiled by the low cost for unlimited everything." in 5 reviews
I bought my two youngest kids a Straight Talk Rebel 2 for Christmas. My parents have Straight Talk and they can get out pretty much anywhere. The phones was regularly $59 and I got them for $19. That was during Cyber Week. I'm so excited to give it to them. They have been begging for a phone for a long time.
I have this phone service and it’s great if you don’t want to be in a contract. The only con is that you don’t get phone upgrades every year or so. It’s very affordable in my opinion and would for sure recommend.
I've been with straight talk for 5 years and I have no complaints about it love my unlimited text and talk and unlimited data don't have to pay extra for data when it runs out never than so I will be with them more years to come.
I switched to Straight Talk after being with AT&T for over 6 years, and it was the best switch I ever made... Not only is it cheaper, I get great reception, excellent customer service, and an unlimited package.. I did have some trouble making the initial switch because I did the BYOP (bring your own phone).. I had to wait for over 3 weeks to get my phone activated because the first 2 sim cards that were sent to me, for some reason, were defective.. I had asked for a month of free service because of their problems, but that didn't happen.. (hey, cant blame me for trying) It was definitely worth the wait.. I now love my cell service and recommend it to anyone wanting to save money on their phone plan..
This company is okay at best. They rip you off with international talk time cards giving you less time than you paid for. They play games and will give you the correct amount of time one time and then not the correct amount the next. If you contact customer service they aren't much help. They also rip you off when it comes to the rewards program. They offer you deals that are free if found elsewhere on the net but they take reward points away from you for just LOOKING at the deals...
I used Straight Talk Wireless for five years and I should of never changed companies. I had my phone for six months and dropped it. My screen was shattered and it was my fault. I called customer service and they replaced my phone for free. It was only $45 a month for unlimited talk and text and 5gb of high speed data. I never dropped calls and the data was actually really fast. I plan on changing back to Straight Talk Wireless next month.
Straight talk is the absolute pre paid service. For $45 a month you get unlimited talk and text and 5gb of 4glte Internet and unlimited reduced speed Internet if and when you use that data up. I live in a spot that usually can't pick up service or get spotty reception with other providers, but get excellent reception not only at my house, but even in the middle of nowhere. The most amazing thing about straight talk is the your bring your own phone program. You can bring use any unlocked phone on their program.
I have always had great service with Straighttalk. I have been using this service for around 6.5 years now and really like it. I only pay $45 a month and automatically renews. Phones can vary I currently have a pretty basic Motorola with them and its ok but it tends to have connection problems and wont send texts right away. Otherwise Straight Talk is good maybe just a few connection issues but they are always seeking improvement.
I've had Straight Talk for YEARS! Less than $50 a month per line. Unlimited calls and texts. 5 GB high speed data then unlimited reduced speed. You do have to provide the phone. They have lots to choose from, even free phones if you don't care about all the techy stuff. Customer service is good, if you get the right person. It can take a while otherwise. Most everything can be taken care of online which is great!
When I switched to Straight Talk's service, it was great the first few years, it was actually unlimited. The prices are good and I love my phone, but I'm starting to see that the service sucks. It's irritating to pay $45 for a service card that is suppose to be UNLIMITED, but starts going slow within two weeks.
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Is the unlimited data REALLY "unlimited"?
Has anyone used their bring your own phone program? If so, how is it and how does it work?
Can you make calls out of state ? And if do is it more?
Have you checked out Republic Wireless ?
Anyone else ever get the "Your allotted high speed data has been reached?" Super annoying.
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