Anyone had any experience with this? It's the all-in-one plan that Walmart has for phone service.
I just found out that Verizon is trying to strongarm me into giving up my Unlimited Data plan. Right now I pay 175 a month for two smartphones and unlimited data. I found out the other day that we are eligible to upgrade our phones, and my lady friend has been having issues with her phone, so I went in to Verizon to check out new phones. The Verizon rep tells me that if I want to upgrade our phones ever, I'll have to pay full price for the phone or give up my grandfathered unlimited data plan for one of their shitty, rape-you-in-the-ass-for data plans. Then the jackass has the balls to tell me, "Most people don't use that much data anyway."
If most people don't use that much data, why are you so desperate for me to give up my unlimited data plan, you prick?
Smart Talk uses the Verizon network for smartphones and is unlimited voice, text, and data for $45 a phone. There must be a catch, right?