Let's Talk Straight

This post brought to you by Straight Talk. All opinions are 100% mine.

Technology truly bridges gaps for everyone. A simple video chat from across the globe can make a love one happy. Mobile calls are also great for some catching up with your bestfriend from highschool if only bills won't skyrocket that much. Talking and reliving those good old days shouldn't be expensive.

Here comes Straight Talk the solution for everyone. Not only do you get a wide array of mobile phones like LG, Motorola, Kyocera, Nokia and Samsung you also get unlimited minutes to anyone nationwide. Choose from the flexible service plan that fits your needs. Did I mention they do not have a contract, no surprise bills and definitely no credit checks? Isn't that just great deal! Getting a phone line shouldn't be that hard. And you can call you mom everyday because mom knows best.

Here are the available monthly plans:

* At $30 you get 1,000 minutes, 1,0000 texts and yes 30 MB of web data. Exactly, "All You Need Plan".
* The Unlimited service that includes all calls, text, picture messaging and web usage for only $45!
* A year of unlimited calls, picture and text messaging and web data at $499.00 only!
* No extra charge for 411 calls.
* Activation, reactivationa or termination fees are free of charge!

Let's get rolling to the International Long Distance. Straight Talk enables you to call a friend in Italy at low rates. For the phone selection, they have reconditioned phones from $10.00 with camera, mp3 player, web access and even blu-tooth ready. Exceptional for teenagers.

For more info, check this video I attached.

Here are some video testimonials of current users.

I am officially converted. I get to save money from the great value they offer. I can use the savings for a wonderful summer in Paris. Getting a phone line has never been this great. Get your money's worth. It's everything you need. Sign up for Straight Talk today.

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About Febbe

I was born in Toledo City but moved to Lapu-Lapu City at a very young age. Grew up, attended school and now, still lives there. She loves movies and saw a little too many. She also watches a lot of crappy tv shows. For some reason, she thinks its relevant to mention that. She played damath and chess on her primary school years. She won games and was sent to other schools to compete. This has turned out to be completely and utterly useless. Now, she's writing about herself in the 3rd person. What's up with that?! LoL! Peace out!