with Lorelle and Brent VanFossen

Debating and Pricing Wireless Cell Phones

We are really unhappy with our TracPhone that we got upon arriving back in the United States. In fact, we are disappointed with everything we learn about using cell phones in the United States. Customers are getting short changed with lousy service, high fees, and pitiful phone choices, but Americans just seem to tollerate and accept it.

Well, I found a service that searches the prices and services of various cell phone and wireless service companies. You can search by location or other methods to track down your service provider choices. It provides you recommendations based on their rating system and JD Powers and Associates ratings, and you pick the ones that look good and they give you a price and feature breakdown. Great information.

Check out WireFly Wireless Services and Cell Phones and see if they might be able to find you a better deal for taking your phone on the road and staying in touch.

We’re still shopping, but we’re going to use this information to help us compare. Staying in touch on the road has gotten much cheaper, but it still isn’t convenient all the time.

One Comment

  • Anne Tienter
    Posted August 27, 2005 at 20:58 | Permalink

    Lorell,
    Love your site. It has SOOO much on it, I don’t know how you keep it up-to-date.

    We have had Verizon for a year now and I am very pleased with it. Everywhere we have traveled, we have had Verizon network or extended network. No roaming charges ever. Very few dropped calls. They were great during the 2 hurricanes that hit us last year – Frances and Jeanne. Other phones weren’t working Nextel completely shut down.
    We have a share the minutes family America’s choice plan, 500 minutes, unlimited nights and weekends.

    Anne and Dave and the Hooligans

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