Sunday, November 27, 2005

Compare Cell Phone Rates To Save

Comparison shopping is a time proven method for finding the best deals available right now. How about cellular service plans? Oh, yes. If you think that they're all the same, you may wind up spending double what you need to... or more. You need to compare cell phone rates and special offers to make sure you know what's available. Then and only then should you lock into that two year cellular commitment. Now, what you REALLY need is a way to do this fast and efficiently. We've got just the thing.

Running around from store to store is not going to be an efficient process. You'll burn a lot of gas and probably get frustrated trying to remember what phones went with what plans at what stores. Here's a better way. Use our online cellular store to put everything at your fingertips. That way you can compare cell phone rates that the various carriers are charging. You'll also be able to see what phones are available for each of the major carriers. No, they don't all have the same ones. You can usually get any style of phone, such as candybar, clamshell, swivel, slider, PDA, and so on from competing carriers. But the makes and models differ.

Even more importantly, the special offers are constantly being changed. Did you know that you can pay a couple of hundred dollars for a cell phone or get a similar phone free. In some cases you can get as much as $100 or more cash back in addition to a free phone. You'll also find extras like free shipping, Bluetooth headsets and even MP3 or iTunes music players thrown in to sweeten the deals.

Oh, wow. How do you track down all that information? Fortunately, you don't have to because it's already been gathered in one place where it's easy to compare wireless plans, available cell phones, and special offers.

Start by visiting the cell phone storefront. There you'll find 6 current specials that offer particularly good deals. You'll see a picture of each phone, a short description and the name of the carrier that provides service for that phone. Just click on the orange GO button and you'll get all the details.

You'll notice that each phone comes with a recommended cellular service plan. Each carrier, such as Cingular, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint, Nextel, Alltel, or CellularOne offers more than one plan. Typically, you pay a higher monthly rate for more anytime minutes. You also have the option of getting a shared minutes plan which gives you two cell phones on the same "family" plan for less than the cost of two separate plans. You can pick the same phones or two different phones.

You should also check plans for each of the carriers that service your area. You'll almost always have 4 or more choices of cellular service provider. Some give you minutes that rollover to the next month if you don't use them all, some have nationwide roaming, some have long distance calls included at no extra charge. No two plans have exactly the same features and they differ in monthly price.

The beauty of doing your research and buying online is that you can do all of your cell phone shopping right from you desk. And you can shop anytime you want, 24 hours a day. No driving anywhere. No standing in line. No forgetting what one salesman said before you get to the next store. With a click of your mouse you can go back and forth between carriers and compare phones and prices for each service. When you find what you want, go ahead and buy it. It only take a few minutes to complete your order.

It's fast. It's easy. It's fun. Why not give it a try now? Visit Cell Phone Plans Finder and see how much you can save right this minute.

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