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BasicTalk is appealing to customers who want to save money or just want a very basic phone line in their home. Their strategy illustrates the need for incumbent phone companies to offer flexible home phone options, including a low cost option for those who are not interested in lots of features or still want home phone service, but at a very low cost.

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As smartphones have become more complex, the basic cellphone is here for people who want a more simple experience. It's usually a small phone without a large screen, and often a flip phone. It's got large keys, and a large, easy to read screen and interface. They usually can't run apps, but they are the perfect way to keep in touch for those who struggle with a more modern smartphone.

The price of a basic cell phone plan can vary, but there are a variety cheap cell phone plans if you don't want to pay the price of a major carrier such as AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon. Smaller carriers and MVNOs including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Visible, Republic Wireless, and others offer plans that can save considerable amounts for people. Instead of signing up for a full prepaid plan, you have the option of getting a plan that allows you to pay just for the number of voice minutes, texts, and data you need and can use. Some of these plans cost as little as $15 to $20, making them a great deal cheaper than mainline options.

If your main concern is privacy and security, a basic cell phone can offer some advantages because not all of them have full WI-Fi connectivity, GPS, apps, and sophisticated operating systems. But like any cellular device, they can be used to track you and your whereabouts, and that's true even of a basic cell phone. That said, if your cell phone has no apps to speak of, and you don't use it for web browsing, that'll limit a good deal of your exposure.

Most new basic cell phones come with 4G LTE connectivity at a minimum, and you should avoid buying 2G-only devices since those networks have been shut down in the U.S. and many other parts of the world. 3G service continues to be supported, but its end is also scheduled in the next few years, so your best bet is to make sure your device supports 4G LTE.

The Unlimited Talk & Text plan provides unlimited minutes and messages with all plan taxes and fees included if you do not want or need data on your phone. Check out our Unlimited talk and text plan details.

Many children and adults with complex communication needs benefit from AAC devices in their daily lives. Some people use a communication device temporarily after an accident or surgery. Others use communication devices all the time to aid in talking to strangers, friends, therapists, coworkers and more.

In a study conducted with children with Down syndrome, each participant demonstrated significant increases in communication frequency with as little as 15 minutes of interaction with AAC devices. A 2020 study found that late-talking toddlers who used AAC devices increased the number of words they used by over 600%.

For example, maybe you're suffering from phone addiction, and need a digital detox. In that case, a simpler phone that doesn't let you access social media will be a preferable option. If you're buying for elderly, tech-challenged grandparents, a basic phone will be easier to use, so again that can make it a better choice.

Beyond providing basic friendly service and turning bad situations around, how you talk to your customers also goes a long way in creating a delightful experience for them. These techniques will help you delight every customer you talk to.

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If you're familiar with American Hero Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreation, I would wager that he probably uses US Mobile. You can stay off the data grid, have unlimited talk and text, and you can get a cell signal almost anywhere you go thanks to Verizon's awesome network. Take a look at the coverage map below to see how wide a coverage net Verizon casts.

US Mobile is an mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) which means it uses another carrier's network to provide cell service. In this case, US Mobile uses Verizon. The downside to MVNOs is that your data speeds can get throttled in crowded areas, but hey, no data speeds, no data throttling. So basically you get the cheapest access to Verizon's super-reliable network without the downside of data throttling.

Tello offers lots of different options for cell phone plans, including no data plans. You can get your bill down to $5/month with Tello if you opt for the plan that only comes with 100 minutes of talk per month. For a $1/month more, you can add 500MB off data to your cell phone plan, which might come in handy.

It comes down to a game of "would you rather." Would you rather have 300 minutes of calls, unlimited texts, and 500 MB of data for $7 a month with Tello, or would you prefer unlimited talk minutes, unlimited texts, and no data for $7 a month with US Mobile? The choice is yours.

Tello prides itself on having tons of different customization options for your cell phone plan, but can't quite beat out US Mobile or Gen Mobile when it comes to price. Tello's unlimited talk and text plan costs $8/month, which is a whole dollar more than US Mobile.

Yes, we're splitting hairs talking about the difference of a $1/month, but US Mobile also offers better coverage than Tello. US Mobile operates on Verizon's super-reliable 4G LTE network, and Tello operates on T-Mobile's network. Like the price, there's not a huge difference between the coverage networks, but US Mobile gets the advantage in both categories.

Best value: US Mobile gets you unlimited talk and text on Verizon's awesome network for $7 a month. Free texting: GenMobile gives you unlimited talk and text on T-Mobile's network for only $6/month. You also get free texting for 15 days after your plan expires.Best build-your-own options: Tello essentially lets you customize your own cell phone plan. It can't beat out US Mobile's value for no-data plans, but it makes up for it by offering small data plans that cost the same as a no-data plan.

Vonage has an initial $10 a month plan for calling 60 countries as well as the U.S., but it only lasts for 12 months. Or, you can get $24.99 per month for the basic plan without a contract. There are a number of other plans like the 800 minutes plan for $22 per month and the 400 minutes plan for $13 per month. The world plan costs $28 per month. The box for Vonage is going to cost around $40.

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Lively is another wireless service provider made for seniors. With Lively, there are no long-term contracts, and they have a selection of senior-friendly phones available that include features like an urgent response button and hearing aid compatibility. Lively provides several phone plans, starting with 250 minutes of talk for $14.99 a month.

Prices may fluctuate over time, but Lively promotes a basic plan for $14.99 per month while Mint Mobile and Republic Wireless both offer plans starting at just $15 a month. Cell phone plan costs vary depending on your specific needs.

The ZTE Cymbal 2 is a no-frills basic flip phone at a no-frills price. It's available through most Canadian carriers and a common fixture on prepaid phone displays. No, it's not the most premium feeling phone. Trying to use the email and text features won't be nearly as smooth as a smartphone either, but that's kind of the point.

A Strong BatteryA phone is only useful if it has a charge. While standby battery life is often better on basic phones, we wanted to make sure that you could get through a day or two without hunting for a charge.

Easy to FindWhile you can buy a smartphone just about anywhere these days, basic phones are getting harder to come by. For that reason, we chose picks that you can easily pick up online or that you might find at a local carrier store.

Gosh I just want easy to use, cell version of a landline phone with a screen for talk & text only. Why, my good old LG 306G works perfect but it's a 2G and doesn't cost an arm and a leg. It's perfect! 2G btw is still available for those who overuse their data so why can't the rest of us use 2G to begin with.

Had my prepaid slider for five years only to find out Verizon is making me throw a working fone in the trash on 12-31-19 when they pull the plug on 3G. My smart fone (sissy fone) sets on the desk and looks pretty so it won't get broken and I'll be pulling the plug on that Verizon baby, too as I search for a prepaid, basic fone with "Talk-to-Text" since screens are so small, good reception, long battery life or extra-strength battery capability, WIFI for rural usage, rugged, clamshell (to protect the screen), flashlight, at least a 5MP camera, an adequate tools menu and, that won't break the bank. There's a big nitch out here right now for someone to make a replacement slider fone (qwerty keyboard) for the growing number of folks that are being forced to give theirs up (kicking and screaming) and the droves of folks ditching the smartphone that want easy texting. We are tired of being tethered to contracts, companies with locked fones, enormous fone bills and deplorable customer service! Whoever makes that slider with all the features mentioned will go down in history above the person that makes the perfect mousetrap (whenever that happens).

My husband has a plan with net10 right now. 200 minutes every 30 days for $18.00. Started out at 300 minutes and then they took 100 minutes away. I am looking for another plan that is around $20.00 per month for talk only. no text or internet. Any suggestions? We live in rural WV and service is sketchy sometimes. 041b061a72


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