The Straight Talk Wireless $15 Plan adds all the features you need at no extra cost, even calls to 411. Including local and long distance calling, this Straight Talk Unlimited Plan (Email Delivery) does not require high-speed Internet or landline to use. Compatible with your existing corded or cordless home phone, this Straight Talk Phone Plan can be used with your current equipment. With this Straight Talk Wireless Plan $15 Plan, you can either keep your current number or get a new one, and there are no contracts, no bills and no credit checks. This Straight Talk Unlimited Plan (Email Delivery) also has no long distance or roaming charges and has unlimited nationwide voicemail, caller ID, 3 way calling, call waiting, call forwarding, 911 and 411 at no extra cost. The digital code on this Straight Talk Phone Plan is good for 30 days.
Telephone is not provided. Go to the Walmart website for the Straight Talk Home Phone itself and enter your zip to find if works (dont use the zip are for the $15 card itself). Should work, if you have good signal strength from Verizon towers in your area.
When you purchase a 30 card for $15 from walmart.com, they do not sent you a physical card, itself. Walmart sends you a 15 digit pin number via an e-mail and you will you will use the pin number to activate/reactivate your phone.
It will work in your zip. Don't rely on the zip checker for the $15 or $30 card, as it is inaccurate. Rely on the zip checker for the base unit only. It is accurate. The zip checker for the cards will not approve any zip codes entered.
i put in my zipcode 32725 an this phone does not work in that zip does straight talk have a home phone that will work in my zipcode?
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
on Straight Talk Wireless Home Phone $15 Plan (Email Delivery)
It will work in your zip code. Disregard on what it says for the zip code checker for the $15 or $30 card. Know from experience that the zip code checker on the card page of walmart.com is incorrect and will not approve any zip code. Rely on the zip code checker on the base unit page only. It is accurate.