Straight Talk Wireless ZTE Unico LTE Android Phone Out Now

Before you read on about ZTE Unico, the newest Straight Talk phone, I wanted to let you know briefly about the latest phone deals from this company.  The best one is for the Samsung t528g totally FREE at

Straight Talk has a new phone out, the ZTE Unico LTE android device.  It’s kind of cool and at $199 isn’t going to make you have to get a second job in order to afford it, especially when you consider the $45 unlimited plan on which it runs (which has 8x more speed than other similarly priced plans).

ZTE-Unico-LTE-straighttalkZTE Unico LTE has 4G speeds, a 4.5 inch touchscreen, it runs android 4.3, it has a 5 mp camera, it’s got a 1.2 ghz microprocessor, and a 4GB microsd card.  She’s a beauty at just under $200.  Take a look at this new phone over at

There are several other viable options from Straight Talk as well if you’re not interested in this phone.  For instance, a little phone called the iPhone 5s or 5c — you can’t go wrong with these industry-leading phones.  Paired up with the $45 unlimited plan, you’re going to pay far less than what you would on a Verizon or Sprint contract.

iPhone 5c — in Pink — with ultrafast LTE Wireless is available now from Straight Talk Wireless. This phone is also available in blue, green, and white, so you have a few choices. It costs $550 brand new.

This beautiful phone has a 4 inch retina screen, A6 chip, 8 megapixel isight camera, facetime hd camera, and runs ios7.

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HTC One M8 Super Quick 60 Second Phone Review

HTC One M8 is truly a beautiful phone — one of the few Windows phones that can be considered beautiful. Most of the Windows phones are rubbish — it’s just a fact. Watch this 60 second review of the very pretty phone. If it’s a phone you think you could get used to, take a look at the deals on this device and similar ones at Amazon.

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Samsung Galaxy Proclaim Still One of Best Straight Talk Android Options

Right now the iPhone 5 prepaid smartphone is available from Straight Talk Wireless, a company owned by the same company that owns Tracfone.  The iconic smartphone comes with a bonus of one month free unlimited plan (worth $45) if you buy the iPhone 5 brand new from the official website.  There are also other models of iPhone available like 4 and 4S.  See all details on this offer at

Samsung Galaxy Proclaim is still one of Straight Talk’s best phone options. When you weigh this phone in terms of price, features, and fun factors, you see that it is one of the best prepaid phone deals from this provider. At a price of $179.99 (now it’s been dropped to $149!), Samsung Galaxy Proclaim is affordable — and remember you are not getting a discounted price that will then make your monthly rate higher because Straight Talk is a prepaid phone company. You do not need to sign a contract to start using this android smartphone. So we’ve covered the affordable price and the fact that this phone has no contract.

Samsung Galaxy Proclaim, one of the most popular Straight Talk phones, is available for sale online at  The price has just been dropped to $149 for this phone, which is an additional savings of $30.

A third nice thing about this phone is that it runs on an Unlimited prepaid plan through Straight Talk. Adding to the strength of this plan is the fact that Proclaim actually runs on the Verizon network, which is the strongest network in the country. So you get reliable (unlimited) service at a low prepaid plan price with the Samsung Galaxy Proclaim and Straight Talk. See all details and full specs at

There are several other Android phones currently available at the official site. Another one that also runs on the Verizon Straight Talk network is LG Optimus Zip. It’s a very nice phone and is somewhat similar to the Samsung Proclaim in shape and size. One crucial difference is that the phone has a slide-out qwerty keypad. See this phone and all the other Androids in the Straight Talk lineup at the official site.

lg optimus zip straight talk androidStraight Talk has some very good end of the year deals running right now.  The best place to find the most up to date deals on phones that work in your area is

When you get to the site you will put in your zip code to see all the phones available where you reside.  Go get an amazing new phone with one of the best prepaid plans in the biz.

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Net10 Wireless Top Five Phone Deals

net10 cell phones prepaidAre you looking for a new phone?  And perhaps are you looking for a really nice phone like the iPhone 5c on a no contract plan?  Is that something you’re looking for?  If you are, then you can satisfy all of these needs with Net10 Wireless.  Get the iPhone 5c at a great price from Net10 Wireless — on a no contract unlimited plan.  Get yours today at the official site.

Find some of the best deals on Neet10 Wireless Phones at  You can purchase new or used phones from this site and can often find the most low cost phone options.  See a few of the available phones below or click through to see all of the current Net10 deals and options.

Net10 has some very good deals running this week–in addition to the iPhone selections this company has for you. If you want to save your money on a used phone or take advantage of an otherwise discounted cell phone from Net 10. See all the deals at the official site.

Updated for May, 2014 –

There are some pretty good deals from Net10 Wireless for May, 2014.

Samsung Galaxy Precedent (Sprint) Android phone with free $10 Gift Card — $39.99

Reconditioned Huawei Ascend Y (Verizon) Android — Save $30

Samsung Galaxy Centura (Verizon) Android phone with a free $10 Gift Card $99.99

Deals for March, 2014 –

Samsung T401G QWERTY — $4.99 (used to be $39.99)

Motorola W408G Red phone — $4.99 (used to be $29.99)

Reconditioned LG 500G QWERTY — $9.99 ($19.99 when purchased new)

Reconditioned LG Optmus Q Android phone — $29.99 ($79.99 when brand new)

Reconditioned Huawei Ascend II Android — $29.99 ($79.99 so you save $50!!)

Reconditioned Motorola Defy XT XT Sprint Android — $39.99 ($149.99 when you buy brand new)

Reconditioned Huawei Ascend Y (Verizon) Android — $49.99 ($99.99 when purchased brand new)

These are the deals available from Net10 right now. If any of these piques your fancy, head on over to the site and get in on the deal before it ends.

Also, before you leave, take a look at the Net10 iPhone 5 in this video below or just take a look at the pretty darn great pricing here.

Net10 phones also make a great gift. Buy a phone and plan for your loved one, family member, or friend and they’ll love you for saving them money every month. Get them an iPhone 5 from Net10, and you’ll have a friend for life!!!

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Ultra Mobile Adding New Fees to Airtime Purchases

Screen shot 2014-05-04 at 4.33.01 PMOh man, isn’t it fun when you get new fees and taxes added onto the things that you purchase regularly?  No, in fact, it’s not fun, you might be saying to me right about now.  OK, I was being sarcastic.  It’s never fun to pay more for the things we’re used to paying for.  Below are how the Ultra Mobile fee/tax increases are going to work — and keep in mind that the high speed data allowances for this carrier have been lowered as well: the $59 monthly plan high speed data allowance used to by 4GB but is now 2GB and the throttled data speed after that 2gbs is now 128 kbps versus the former 256 kbps.  Great.

Maybe you should think twice about signing up with Ultra.  I’m just saying.

On 5/1/2014, Ultra will add a “cost recovery fee” to all airtime purchases at retail locations that breaks down to 50 cents on $10 purchases or less and $1 on purchases over $10. Some online prepaid retailers will include these new fees to the purchase price for Ultra Mobile refills.

On 5/21/2014 Ultra will begin collecting sales and use taxes and Federal Universal Service Fund Fees, on all transactions processed directly by Ultra using a credit or debit card.

Read about the new taxes/fees at PrepaidNews.  I could go into them, but PrepaidNews covered it better.

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