Sunday, September 11, 2011

A Better Way To Save Money On Phone Service For Yourself and Business

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Net10. All opinions are 100% mine.

Trying to save money in this economy is no easy task. One of my major expenses in my business is cell phone charges. I have to supply 3 employees with cell phones and this can get very expensive. I needed to find a way to reduce costs. I have always used AT&T for my cell phone carrier. When I initially started using them, for my companies phone service, I had to sign up for a 2 year plan for each phone. Being locked into a long term plan was impractical. If an employee left, what would I do with their phone? I would have to continue to pay the phone bill on the unused phone. This actually happened when one of my employees quit for another job opportunity. I had no choice but to continue paying or be hit with termination fees.

 
I found a solution to my problem by changing my phone service to NET 10. I like Net 10 because they have no contracts. For a low monthly fee of $50  I get unlimited talk, text, and data. I don't have to worry about having a good phone because they carry all the best phones from manufacturers like LG, Motorola, Kyocera, Nokia, and Samsung. Now every month I know what my phone expense is going to be. The flexibility is also just what I need because I can add a phone if I hire another employee or stop using a phone if I have less employees. All without contracts, cancelation fees, activation fees, overage charges, or hassle.
 
 
 

 
 
Paying your bill or adding minutes is easy to do, just go to www.NET10.com, over the phone at 1-877-ten-cent, or at 70,000 retail locations. If you want to spend less than their $50 NET10 Unlimited deal, their Easy Minutes Plus Plan is $15 for 200 minutes and is  more than enough for some. 
 
 
 
Go to their NET10's website at www.NET10.com or follow them on twitter at @Net10_Wireless and Facebook at NET10Wireless

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2 comments:

  1. Google Voice works great as a replacement for my land line, but I'm always searching for an economical cell phone plan.

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  2. I use AT&T at home and they're expensive.

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