I have been using a Net10 phone for about three months now and I can say that I have never had any bad experiences with this carrier. In fact, there was this incident that really made me appreciate Net10 even more, and I just want to share that experience now.
During the spring break, my friend and I were assigned to attend a 3-day educators' convention in Texas. As teachers, it is our duty to undergo trainings as often as we can so Jane and I took that 2-hour plane ride from Detroit to Dallas.
When we arrived at our hotel room, Jane tried to call Jacob, her boyfriend, back in Michigan just to let him know how she was faring so far. I was unpacking my luggage when I heard Jane let out a frustrated groan. Her call just got dropped and when she tried to dial her boyfriend's number again, the automated voice prompt advised that she is calling a number that is out of coverage area. Imagine that!
Seeing the need, I handed Jane my Net10 phone and let her use it so she could call her boyfriend. Well, she was able to call Jacob because what's so good about my Net10 carrier (compared to Jane's carrier) is that it provides nationwide coverage and unlimited talk, text, and data, for $50 a month.
When Jane was done talking to her boyfriend, she started asking about my Net10 carrier and I, as a real NET10 customer, proudly gave her enough reasons why she should switch to Net10 too. You see, with Net10, there are no contracts, no surprise bills, and no credit checks and yet it has great nationwide coverage and excellent reception and connectivity. In addition, Net10 only uses trusted phone manufacturers like LG, Motorola, Kyocera, Nokia and Samsung which you can buy for as low as $15.00 (the smart phones they offer are even available under $60.00). If I need more airtime, I purchase it online, but you can also buy it at a nearby store, or directly from your phone.
And because I wanted Jane to see the Light with Net10, I let her watch a cute NET10 commercial in YouTube and listened to what Rob has to say about Net10 carriers. Visit this link so you can see it for yourself:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgxxrJoHsMQ ; you can also check them out at Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/NET10Wireless) or Twitter (http://twitter.com/#!/Net10_Wireless), or visit their website directly at http://www.net10.com/.
Before the end of the 3-day convention, Jane had already purchased her own Net10 wireless phone at a nearby Best Buy store, and had spent the evenings talking to her boyfriend. She treated me to lunch as her way of thanking me and, yes, I got Net10 to thank for it. I was glad I chose Net10 over other providers.