Have teenagers, will pay for cell phone. Why not use Net10 Wireless and save some money?

Have you heard about Net10 Wireless yet? I hope you haven’t because I want to be the first to tell you about it. This way you’ll get super excited and then you’ll go tell your friends that you heard it from me, first!

Anyway, Net10 Wireless is this really cool concept where there are no contracts, you get your choice of super cool phone models (including those that run on Android), and this:

  • Coverage on the best networks such as Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, etc. 
  • Up to half the cost of plans with contracts 
  • Unlimited calls, text, and Internet to Mexico and other countries including cell phones 
  • Available in over 90,000 stores across the USA including Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Walgreens, CVS and Radio Shack.

It’s especially great for families with teenagers because you can shell out $50 for an airtime card and have the phone and data services available to them – unlimited! That price cannot be beat. At least not without a contract.

I had the pleasure of taking the LG Optimus Net out for a ride. I had my 14 year old nephew set it up using the easy activation process detailed in the little booklet that it comes with. It took only a few minutes and it was up and running. Trust me, if a 14 year old can do it, then so can anyone else.

But for the life of me, I could not find my airtime card to actually get it up and running! I know… I know. So sorry! That part will have to come later.  For now, I’ll tell you about the great LG Optimus.

Phone Features

Because the LG Optimus is an Android phone, it comes pre-loaded with all the great Google Apps like Google Calendar, Google Talk, YouTube, etc. It has Android 2.3 Gingerbread as the OS version. The LG Optimus Net is a full-featured smartphone that has the amenities of all other new smartphones with a touchscreen, virtual QWERTY keyboard, Swype, and a 3.2 megapixel camera/ camcorder.

Additional Product Features

  • 3G speed offers quick and easy connection speeds.
  • Wi-Fi connectivity for Internet capability on the go (additional fees may apply).
  • Bluetooth compatibility for wireless communication with a Bluetooth-enabled device.
  • 3.2″ HVGA color touch screen provides a clear view of your text messages, pictures and videos.
  • Store contacts, photos and videos using its 4GB internal memory; microSD card slot (media not included).
  • 3.0MP digital camera with digital zoom captures detailed still images.
  • MP3 player
  • Hands-free speakerphone (especially useful here in CA with the hands-free/no text law)
  • Vibration alert notifies you of incoming calls even when you’ve silenced your phone.
  • Up to 5 hours talk time and up to 10 days standby with included lithium-ion battery. 

I do like how chunky if feels in my hand and how easily it maneuvers. A light swipe will get you from one screen to the other. It’s easy to organize the apps and thanks to its battery charger with removable cable, the phone can be hooked up directly to a computer and have music uploaded to the phone! I like being able to sync the Calendar app on the phone with the Google Calendar on my computer so I can take it with me wherever I go. I also like that it’s not pre-loaded with dozens of games. Honestly, I have a smart phone right now and the last thing that I do with it is play games. I take loads of pictures and videos with it, but I don’t play games.

This smart phone is made for both adults and teenagers. It’s so easy to customize, easy to use and even easier to afford thanks to the flat rate/no contract deal with Net10 Wireless.

    Visit http://www.levantateun10.com for more information about Net10 Wireless service.

    This is part of a compensated campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Net10 Wireless. However, all opinions expressed are my own.

    5 comments on Have teenagers, will pay for cell phone. Why not use Net10 Wireless and save some money?

    1. Tiffany C.
      September 2, 2012 at 12:09 pm (5 years ago)

      That's really cool that it comes pre-loaded with apps.

      Reply
    2. Mary
      September 2, 2012 at 1:12 pm (5 years ago)

      Thank you. We are in the process of choosing one for my oldest. Thanks!

      Reply
    3. Jeannette
      September 2, 2012 at 4:22 pm (5 years ago)

      I had not heard of this but it looks really fabulous for teens! I'll have to look into it for my son. Thanks for sharing!

      Reply
    4. Digi Stitches
      September 2, 2012 at 1:18 pm (5 years ago)

      I've not heard of them but that sounds like a great deal. Cell phones are like insurance on kids these days and I think they should have them when they start driving but finding an affordable plan is hard.

      Reply
    5. Momstart
      September 3, 2012 at 3:51 am (5 years ago)

      I really love their logo and box design

      Reply

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