Pay as you go for life.

by CHARMAINE signorelli

Hi: I have Pay As You Go, and it is the only plan I will ever use. I am a Gold Member meaning my minutes never expire. I have been using T-mobile for about 10 years. The service is great, downloads for tunes, and picture great and the money you save from not having a monthly contact (in these tuff times) helps.

You have control. You check your minutes and reload what you can afford. And sometimes the Target Stores run a sale on the reload cards, like $100 card for $80.

So if you have any doubts, try t-mobile you will not be sorry.

A satisfied t-mobile customer.

P.S. Their customer service, tech support OUTSTANDING.

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Jul 20, 2010
gold status expiration
by: Anonymous in Illinois

Gold status minutes DO expire after one year, however; if you add more money to your phone BEFORE that date comes, the minutes roll over for another year, plus your new minutes including the 15% bonus minutes roll with them also.

Dec 31, 2009
by: Anonymous

Yes, Tmobile would have been my choice, but there was no signal where I live. I've had good luck with Net10. I've heard Net10 uses AT&T and Verizon towers.

Dec 31, 2009
by: admin


Thanks for your comments. T-Mobile prepaid sometimes doesn't get the attention it deserves, but you're right that it's a really good plan once you reach Gold member status. In fact, my father also uses a T-Mobile prepaid phone and he's happy with it so far.

I'm also glad to hear you've had good experience with customer support.

Thanks again.

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