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Questions & Answers for Straight Talk Straight Talk Unlimited* Text, Talk and Web Access 30-Day Service Card (Email Delivery)

Question

Is there a plan for straight talk that is on contract?? Not worrying to renew with a card

asked 2 months, 3 weeks ago
By
nancy
on Straight Talk Unlimited* Text, Talk and Web Access 30-Day Service Card (Email Delivery)
3 answers
Answers
answer 1
No and yes
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
By
eugenegw
answer 2
Straight Talk is a pre-paid service with no contract. If you dislike having to go into Walmart each month to grab a service card or just want to save a trip, you can have it come from your debit/credit card automatically each month. You can also pay over the phone, pay from Straight Talk website, or even buy the card from Walmart.com and have a service pin delivered right to your inbox. Hope this helps.
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
By
jjb2009
answer 3
nancy, all Straight Talk plans are no-contract where you pay in advance for service. Straight Talk does not have any contracted service so you never "owe" them anything nor will you ever be billed for services because you pay in advance for as much service as you determine is wanted.

However, if your question is if there is a way to not worry about renewing or buying a service card every month, yes, there are several options you have to avoid that.

You can purchase this plan at a discount by opting to buy blocks of service in either 3-, 6-, or 12-month bundles. The further you pay in advance, the greater the discount. If you pay for a 12-months of service in advance, for instance, you will essentially be paying $41.25 a month instead of $45. The 12-month bundle is currently being sold at Straight Talk for $495.

Walmart.com currently offers both the 3- or 6-month service cards/bundles online for a bundled discount in addition to selling this single month (30-day) card for $45.

You can also put as much service (or as many cards or bundles of cards) as you wish in your "reserve" account where it can be applied to extend your "service end date" to as far out as you determine you want to pay. It's your choice. You can pay for two years at one time if you'd like ...or three years, etc. Each card or bundle in your "reserve" account will automatically be applied as needed to keep your service active.

Finally, you can have Straight Talk enroll you in "auto-refill" where each month they will charge for service in advance on a credit or debit card automatically so you don't have to remember to pay each month.
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
By
richardarr
Question

Can i keep my current phone number if i swith to straight talk?

asked 3 years, 2 months ago
By
an anonymous customer
on Straight Talk Unlimited* Text, Talk and Web Access 30-Day Service Card (Email Delivery)
2 answers
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answer 1
yes you can port your number
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
By
leeman1
 - Florida
answer 2
Yes.

During phone activation you will have the option to keep your current telephone #.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
By
Canopyfan2
 - NC
Question

Who carries the service on the smart phone cards that have the blue maps and who services the red maps?

asked 2 years, 9 months ago
By
an anonymous customer
on Straight Talk Unlimited* Text, Talk and Web Access 30-Day Service Card (Email Delivery)
2 answers
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answer 1
Straight talk uses ATT and verizon
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
By
cookingkay
answer 2
From what I have found out the blue maps means it runs off the GSM networks such as ATT or TMOBILE. The red map means its on a CDMA network either Verizon or SPRINT or any other CDMA network
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
By
chiefx11
 - Marietta, OH
Question

how many of the 30-day $45 cards can a person buy ?

1 a month unlimited?
asked 2 years, 10 months ago
By
an anonymous customer
on Straight Talk Unlimited* Text, Talk and Web Access 30-Day Service Card (Email Delivery)
2 answers
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answer 1
You can buy as many as you want and add them to a reseve. You can also buy 3 month 6 month or a year cards.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
By
cookingkay
answer 2
You can buy extra cards and place them in reserve on you straight talk account. They will be added to your phone at your end service date.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
By
Laura61377
Question

how many minutes of calling do i get?

i would like to buy this item, but i want to know how many minutes i get to call people on cell phones, and house phones, and if i would get free minutes of calling after a certain time of the day and on weekends. and would i get charged if someone calls me during the day?

also would like to know if the unlimited web access, is including to to go on the internet, or on facebook and email etc etc.

ALSO: i have a blackberry curve 8530, from verizon that isnt being used, could i use it with these minutes or no ?
asked 3 years ago
By
JennSop
on Straight Talk Unlimited* Text, Talk and Web Access 30-Day Service Card (Email Delivery)
2 answers
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answer 1
u can't use this phone on straightalk. verizon and sprint phones won't work
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
By
mpfteam
 - GILMER, TX
answer 2
You can't use a cell phone from another carrier.

This prepaid product is paid every 30 days and you will either renew (buy another 30 days) or it will stop working, there is no contract. There are no roaming fees. You pay a set price of $45 (plus local sales tax) and no more. The phone works 'nationwide' to other cell phones, residential business land lines. Usage is nationwide unlimited calling (inbound/outbound) anytime minutes, texting, and mobile web to any phone. So, to answer your question, there are no additional fees, call any phone nationwide AND that includes Puerto Rico, Virgin Isles, Hawaii, and Alaska. It does not include Canada or Mexico.

Access to the internet is unlimited but it depends on the phone that you buy as to what kind of web sites you can visit. And that depends on the capability of the Straight Talk phone you choose. If you choose the LG 100C internet is very basic, the browser is very basic. If you choose the Nokia E71 or Samsumg Galaxy Precedent you can visit just about any site and download apps and watch videos. The range of access comes down to the functionality of phone you choose. All of the phones accept the $45 plan.

You must buy another $45 30 day plan to keep your phone active. At any point that you do not keep your phone active you will lose your telephone # (there is a 3 day grace though). You can prepay, you can use a credit card, you can setup 'reserve' plans that activate as your current plan expires, you can pay as you go or pay for 180 days or a year.

You'll save a bundle with Straight Talk. There's no other carrier that has $45 unlimited. None. I switched two years ago this month with not one regret.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
By
Canopyfan2
 - NC
Question

I have a cell number from AT&T. If I go with Straightalk can i have this cell number on my new phone ??

asked 2 years, 9 months ago
By
mikeatwork193
on Straight Talk Unlimited* Text, Talk and Web Access 30-Day Service Card (Email Delivery)
2 answers
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answer 1
if you have a contract,in good standing yes,it can take up to 7 days to transfer the number.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
By
coleman2
 - Travelers rest
answer 2
Yes, my number was from AT&T as well, and I let them know that I wanted to keep my number and that was fine.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
By
Sasssygirl
 - Stella NC
Question

With this 45 min straight talk card it says unlimited web access. I've learned while doing my research that doesn't always mean data also. Does it?

asked 2 years, 8 months ago
By
lastonia
on Straight Talk Unlimited* Text, Talk and Web Access 30-Day Service Card (Email Delivery)
2 answers
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answer 1
Yes, it does. You can't get picture messages with only the 30 min. card. Depends on how much data/minutes you use if it is right for you.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
By
LouiseO
 - Brewer, Maine
answer 2
Yes you do have unlimited internet what it says on the card it means it.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
By
chiefx11
 - Marietta, OH
Question

Are there any hidden fees with the Straight Talk Unlimited plan? Or taxes?

Mostly I am wondering about the 911 access fees and the other fees you get with regular cell phone bills.
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
By
Interested
on Straight Talk Unlimited* Text, Talk and Web Access 30-Day Service Card (Email Delivery)
2 answers
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answer 1
911,etc.is free to call.The taxes are only when purchasing the card so it is actually $48 and some odd cents a month.Everything else is unlimited.Free 411 included.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
By
Ohio740
answer 2
For example, my $30 plan costs $32.23 each month.

Part of that is local sales tax and .03 is "the fee".

If you need ot know how much just add the plan to your walmart.com shopping cart and begin the check out process, you'll be given the total.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
By
Canopyfan2
Question

Truly Unlimited?

When it says "unlimited data", is that true? or am I gonna get nailed with high fees when i reach my limit?
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
By
Ryan
on Straight Talk Unlimited* Text, Talk and Web Access 30-Day Service Card (Email Delivery)
2 answers
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answer 1
In short, no. There's no such thing as "unlimited data" unfortunately. This is the case with any carrier.
What it should be called is "unlimited web". Web pages and emails are pretty much unlimited, but any kind of heavy Youtube or music streaming or high-data usage will get you throttled or even shut off, which I consider to be limiting your data, hence not "unlimited" data.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
By
fusionpc
answer 2
Ok this is tricky, it is unlimited web browsing and email. However, according to terms and service, if you use your phone for downloading, video streaming, uploading, or ongoing internet services and apps(such as pandora) then they can slow your connection speed down and even turn your data off.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
By
cdrtowelie
Question

Which of your phones (and other unlocked smartphones I could buy) will you assign to Verizon service? How about AT&T?

asked 6 months ago
By
RogerH
on Straight Talk Unlimited* Text, Talk and Web Access 30-Day Service Card (Email Delivery)
2 answers
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answer 1
At the bottom corner of the package that Straight Talk phones come in will be an identifier that tells you which network the phone will operate on. For example "CDMA-V" means its a CDMA phone that operates on Verizon's network. or "LTE-A" means it uses the 4G LTE network on AT&T towers. My ZTE Majesty operates on Verizon.

Hope This Helps :)
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
By
jjb2009
answer 2
I know what I'm about to write will not help you much but Straight Talk is rather secretive pertaining to what network a phone model will use. My belief is that they do this for marketing purposes and want to control in what geographical areas they want to sell particular phone models. They do not publish a list of what phones use what networks nor do they notate of give any indication of it in any of their promotional or advertising literature either on their website or at Walmart stores (other than what I'll mention below).

Walmart at one time gave a notation of the network each phone used on the particular webpage for each phone model but they no longer do that ...probably as a directive from Straight Talk.

There are lists of Straight Talk phone models and what carriers/networks they use which you can find on the web that individuals have compiled; some up to date and some not so up to date. You can do a search for those.

You can also browse through these Walmart Q&As for each phone model because invariably, somebody has asked the question. Some of the answers are incorrect but at least you can get an idea by reading multiple Q&As to see if a consensus is reached.

Here is a general rule that will indicate whether a phone is GSM or CDMA (AT&T and T-Mobile being GSM and Verizon and Sprint being CDMA):

If a Straight Talk model number has the suffix of "G" it will be GSM and the majority will use AT&T with a few models using T-Mobile.

If a Straight Talk model number has the suffix of "C" it will be CDMA and will use either Verizon or Sprint. A non-smartphone with the suffix of "C" will be using Verizon but a smartphone with a "C" suffix could be either Verizon or Sprint.

One exception to this "general rule" will be a model number ending in "L" which will be an LTE capable smartphone.

Here is the one exception of Straight Talk actually not hiding what network a phone will use: If you are in a Walmart store where you can see the boxes on the shelves or display racks, you can look at the front of the box in the lower left corner and there will be a small rectangle with a code inside --the codes will be these:

CDMA-V = Verizon

CDMA-S = Sprint

GSM-A = AT&T

GSM-T = T-Mobile

LTE-S = Sprint LTE

LTE-A = AT&T LTE

...there could be a few other obscure codes but the ones listed above are the prominent codes.

Finally, to answer your other question, if you purchase a pure unlocked phone, at this time, you will be forced to use GSM with Straight Talk. Therefore, you can purchase from Straight Talk either a SIM card that uses AT&T or T-Mobile. As far as I know, there are no "unlocked" CDMA phones that Straight Talk will accept that can use Verizon (and if you bring your own Verizon branded or Verizon flashed phone to Straight Talk and it is compatible, it will not have access to 4G LTE ...only Verizon contracted customers have access to LTE. Even Verizon prepaid customers are restricted).
answered 6 months ago
By
richardarr
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