Summer is approaching and many of you will be hitting in gym. Well, we all know that it’s easy to get lazy and skip workouts, but when your own money on the line, you might be more inclined to get up off of the couch and grab your gym bag. When you download this app and check in at the gym with it, you get to keep money that you put up, while those who miss their scheduled work out lose a predetermined chunk of change. Continue reading
Prepaid plans are nothing new, but they have historically carried a negative reputation in this country. That’s changing.
Once considered the communications method of choice for drug dealers on television dramas, the number of prepaid/pay-as-you-go mobile users is rapidly rising and outpacing traditional carrier users. More and more people are starting to realize the cost-saving benefits of ditching the traditional 2-year contract and hefty monthly fees required by the major service providers. In fact, prepaid/pay-as-you-go usage grew 12% in 2012 over 2011. Approximately 30% of U.S. cell phone owners now opt to pay-as-they-go. Continue reading
AT&T MVNO PureTalkUSA has increased the amount of data included with their $43.95/month Unlimited Plus+ Plan from 600 MB to 1 GB. The plan also comes with unlimited talk and text and 600 MMS picture messages. Users will need to watch their data usage carefully however. According to the fine print on the PureTalkUSA site; Continue reading
Not including data that you access from wi-fi, how much data do you typically consume through your phone each month on your current cellular plan? Research shows that a lot of people are paying for data that they don’t even use.
For the Second Consecutive Year, the No Contract Cell Phone Provider Cuts Rates on Popular Service
Covington, GA — Pure TalkUSA, a leading provider of low-cost, flat rate wireless services, announces a reduced price of $34.95 for their Unlimited Talk & Text plan, previously priced at $37.95 and $39.95.
“As no contract service gains in popularity, it’s important for us to continually analyze and adjust our prices in order to make sure that we are giving our customers the best value for their money,” said R.P. McFarland, president of Pure TalkUSA. “Now with a lower price point – coupled with the flexibility to switch between our other service plans with no penalty, or add 600MB of data at any time – we think our Mobile Unlimited Plan is one of the most attractive deals on the market.” Continue reading
Spring is here! For many, this is prime time to ramp up their exercise routine in order to get trim down in time for summer. And that’s why Pure TalkUSA is featuring the Nike Training Club app. Designed for women (but useful for all), it’s great for building cardiovascular endurance and was also one of the Huffington Post’s Best Fitness Apps of 2012. It offers over 90 comprehensive and custom-built workouts, and it’s totally free. Continue reading
One of the sweetest features that Pure TalkUSA offers is the ability for customers to switch mobile phone plans at any time. We do this in order to give our customers the best possible pricing for whatever their needs may be on a month-to-month basis. With most other service providers, there is a penalty to change plans…not with us!
Say that you’re on the Pure TalkUSA Mobile Unlimited Plan (which, by the way, is now only $34.94 per month). You know that during the following month, you will be on vacation and don’t plan on doing much talking or texting. You may want to change your plan to our Mobile Flex Plan that gives you a set number of minutes and text messages for only $10. Continue reading
The 2013 Pure TalkUSA MARCH MAYHEM BRACKET BATTLE is here! Fill out a bracket and compete against other Pure TalkUSA fans and customers to see how you rank overall. The bracket with the highest score at the end of the 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament wins!
1st Place – A brand new Apple iPad with Retina Display
2nd Place – A $50 Amazon.com gift card
Chances are that at some point you’ve purchased a cell phone from a major cell phone service carrier such as Sprint or T-Mobile. Well, when you purchased that phone, you probably got it at a discounted price as part of your agreement to pay that carrier for monthly service for a specified amount of time (usually two years).
Well, what happens with that phone after that time period is up? You paid for it, but is it yours to do with as you wish? Should you be able to take that same phone to a competing carrier and use their service?
These are the questions surrounding one of the hottest debates in the wireless phone industry right now. Continue reading