Net10 Phones

net10 phone dealsNet10 Phones are some of the most affordable cell phones available today.  Net10 wireless is a prepaid phone carrier, which means there are no contracts to sign and no commitments of any kind.  Net10 has a lot of great phones available at great prices!

What is Net10?

Net10 talk time costs 10 cents a minute, which is where the name “Net10” comes from.

Since every minute is the same price no matter where you are calling, it makes it easier for customers to know what they are paying for their phone service.  Text messages cost 5 cents each.

The way Net10 phones work is you choose the phone you want to use on the plan—there are various phones to choose from—and then you purchase talk time as you use it.  This is how Net10’s prepaid or “pay as you go” phone plans work.

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It is easy to know where you are in terms of talk time since all Net10 phones provide that information to you right on the screen.  It makes it simple to keep tabs on your phone use.

Get 300 Free Minutes with Any Phone Purchase

Currently on any Net10 phone purchase, you get a bonus of 300 minutes that you can use over a period of 60 days, which is a $30 value.  It’s a good way to save money on the initial purchase.  You will be off and running with 300 starter minutes.

You also get free shipping on any purchase over $19.99 from the Net10 website.

Net10 Rollover Minutes: Never Lose Talk Time

Net10 talk time does roll over as well, which is something that interests a lot of frugal cell phone users.  At the end of the service date on your talk time card, you may notice that you still have ample minutes left to use.  These minutes will roll over as long as you maintain service with Net10 into the next pay period.

For example, you start out with your Net10 phone with the 300 up front minutes.  You may notice toward the last few days of the period of time that you have 50 minutes you haven’t used yet and will not use before the end of the period.  When you buy a Net10 refill to start a new period, you will get to keep the 50 minutes you have not used.

This is a great way to get your money’s worth out of a cell phone since no minutes get lost.

Net10 phones are a good option for people looking to save money on their cell phone bills without signing a contract or getting into any commitment whatsoever.  See the best Net10 phone deals online at Amazon.com.  There are deals ranging from the LG 900 g to the LG Optimus Net Android phone right now — all of them come with great savings at the moment!

 

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22 Responses to Net10 Phones

  1. Al Simcic November 26, 2010 at 1:15 am #

    I’ve had net10 phones for two years and I really like them. I use between 150 and 300 minutes every month, sometimes less, but I always try to be smart about my talk time. Still net10 phones are very good and I love mine.

  2. admin November 27, 2010 at 2:24 am #

    Al – There are some really good holiday deals at Net10. Way to go.

  3. Mary K February 17, 2011 at 5:41 am #

    Great post, really help me a lot. Thanks. I like net10 phones and have had 2 of them

  4. Bo March 12, 2011 at 3:10 pm #

    The r451c seems like a nice Net10 phone.

  5. Flora March 12, 2011 at 5:22 pm #

    These looks like a bunch of nice net10 phones. I think I had an LG net 10 a while back, but now I’m thinking of coming back and getting net10 unlimited.

  6. John Carpenter July 1, 2011 at 8:50 pm #

    Great phones. I love the prices too. Net 10 has served me well.

  7. Eddie Lakely November 1, 2011 at 10:58 am #

    There are always several Net 10 deals going on at any time. All you have to do is go over to the official site and you can see them all over there. I read on here that there are two new android net10 phones. How do those work?

  8. Net10 Fan November 1, 2011 at 12:28 pm #

    I’ve been a fan of net10 phones for about four years and have had three phones I really liked. Prices were always really good.

  9. Phone Geek November 6, 2011 at 8:31 am #

    Net10 has some really good deals right now but I still have a contract phone. Bummer.

  10. Bobby November 6, 2011 at 12:06 pm #

    I have had three net10 phones, but I think now I am going to move to the net10 android phones. I don’t know which, but I kind of like them both.

  11. admin December 26, 2011 at 9:10 pm #

    Hah – Just wait until your contract expires.

  12. admin April 16, 2013 at 6:32 pm #

    Roger,

    I haven’t heard anything about it. There is a very good chance though that we will see this pop up since Net10 has had the Samsung Proclaim for just about as long as ST has which means they should by now have a decent supply of the reconditioned model of phone. We will see. If I see the recond Proclaim pop up, I will write something about it.

    Best

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  7. Carly F. - April 7, 2013

    LG Optimus black has proven to be a pretty good phone for me with the unlimited plan even though $50 isn’t super cheap it’s still a pretty decent deal for what you get.

  8. Pedro Dajani - April 11, 2013

    I heard about a free phone deal from net 10. How do I take advantage of it?

  9. Rodrick - April 12, 2013

    Net10 seems to be the best of both worlds. I just don’t want to plunk down for an android yet — am I cheap? haha

  10. Roger Dallmann - April 13, 2013

    Great phones. Do you know if net10 will have the same deal as straight talk on the samsung galaxy proclaim reconditioned phone?