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Poll: Which Provider is best for payasyougo?

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    sc2_gc
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    Basically, give your ideas......


    See More: Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile, or Tracfone?
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    none of this service provider they to expensive.



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    Ok, These Providers all have there up's and down's. Here is how it boils down.

    Tracfone: PROS: Cheap Phones, Works anywhere there is a signal, and
    has plenty of Promo's

    CONS: Expensive Rates, Older Phones, and Crappy Customer
    Service

    Virgin Mobile: Pro's: Cooler, Cheap Phones, Flexibility of Plans, and Customer
    Service

    Con's: Limited to Sprint Towers only, Ringtones and Downloads
    Overpriced, and the Constant Nickel and Diming.

    Boost Mobile: Pro's: Uncrippled Phones, Direct Connect, Rates, WAP, and all
    the benefits of Post-Paid Service

    Con's: Expensive Phones, No Rural Coverage, and Customer S.


    So, it all depends on your area and needs.



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    Acutally none of these service providors are the best. The most honest and cheapest one i have found is from Long Distance Post. Phones and plans can be purchased on their website at www.ldpost.com. If you run into any trouble they have amazing customer service then can help any time needed.



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    Well i think he was asking, if your only option was one of those three pre-paid providers, which one would you chose? Am i right by saying this? Personally, i would chose Boost. Even if they are alittle over-pricey, they have great phones, pretty good customer service and two way chirp! BTW, whats the CON w/ only using Sprint towers!?!?! Sprint is nationwide, and one of the largest providers in the country.



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    I am well aware of what he was asking. But LDPOST provides service on GSM, CDMA and TDMA netwroks. Basically it gets coverage where ever you need to go, and it far cheaper and more effective then any of those companies. Phones activated on CDMA network will recieve the same coverage as verizon while phones activated on GSM work similar to Cingular/T-Mobile and AT&Twww.ldpost.com



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    Quote Originally Posted by IMP@QT
    Well i think he was asking, if your only option was one of those three pre-paid providers, which one would you chose? Am i right by saying this? Personally, i would chose Boost. Even if they are alittle over-pricey, they have great phones, pretty good customer service and two way chirp! BTW, whats the CON w/ only using Sprint towers!?!?! Sprint is nationwide, and one of the largest providers in the country.
    It's fine as long as you are in a city or along an interstate. If you even venture from either, leave your phone at home. It won't do any good. I had virgin mobile because I didn't use my phone much, and I'd say that 60-90% of the time it had no signal, due to the Sprint towers. BTW, I lived in LaCrosse, WI. We had Sprint service, but it was very spotty away from I90. No service in SW Wisconsin.

    If you are rural based, or have family there, use TracFone for prepaid. It works wonders for my family. And they live in the sticks.
    Last edited by n1ckel5; 11-10-2005 at 11:40 AM.



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    i have no problems with Boost here in the northeast



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    Re: Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile, or Tracfone?

    I have used all three providers. I like Boost the best.The coverage with Boost is better as I travel for work between 2 towns in Ohio and Boost works in both towns. Also, Boost phones have more to offer than the other 2.



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    Re: Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile, or Tracfone?

    I'd say I like T-Mobie To Go if you're doing prepaid.

    They have great rates and cool phones. Virgin is also good, but I don't quite understand their plans. As for Boost, I only like their high end phones and bad service. Tracfone has ancient phones, but apparently good service.
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