Why not?

Date Sun, September 25 2011

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

The more I think about it, the more having a phone on Straight Talk sounds awesome. Whether I want to Call a friend, play on my apps or use the Internet, their unlimited plan is leaps and bounds cheaper than any cell phone plan I’ve ever had and most of them haven’t even been unlimited. I cannot tell you how many times I went over my minutes (sorry Ryan!) when going through the divorce and we were paying close to $150 for two lines. Two! Straight Talk’s $45 sounds amazing in comparison to that and, to be honest, most people can probably get away with their $30 plan.

There’s a lot I could do with that money. Like, you know, pay my credit card bill. Or ignore that and get new clothes.

I’m sure one of the things that the critics would comment on is their phone selection and while it might not be quite as varied but you can still get Android on Straight Talk. They have what I believe is the Samsung Galaxy II, rebranded as the Precedent, and I know how people love that line (I personally want to see their iPod Touch-like media players in the near future but those don’t require a network).

So am I confused as to why people are falling Hook, line and sinker and joining Straight Talk? No, not really.

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