I think straight talk uses all 4 major carriers (vz, att, sprint, tmo) depending on which phone you buy from them or which sim you buy from them. Page plus has the huge advantage of allowing a variety of 3G smartphones.
Originally Posted by gvocks
I don't know how to set it up, but if you text a lot from home, I think you could use google voice over wifi if you get a "smarter" phone, and use your 3000 text allowance while you're out and make it work with the $29.95 Page plus plan. The plan comes with 250mb data (starting after 10/31/12) which is PLENTY to send a ton of MMS monthly. If you hit the 3000 limit there will be no overages, you just wont be able to text unless you have a cash balance on your account. None of the problems of postpaid plans. No sales tax or extra fees on Page plus either.
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