More and more families are buying cellular phones and are looking for the best wireless service plan. With the use of the cellular phone, you can keep in touch with your kids, your family, your friends, and work even when you are on the road. The plans of wireless companies change constantly. It’s a good idea if you have wireless service or if you just signed up for one to continue to shop around for the best features and the best plans that will fit the needs of your family.
Ask yourself some questions regarding the usage of the cell phone.
How much will my kids and I use the phone? Will we use it as a main phone, or just for emergencies?
What times of day will my kids or I make more of the phone calls? Day, night, or weekend?
Will my kids or I receive most of our phone calls locally or long distance?
How much can I afford on my monthly budget to pay for the family cell plan?
Is buying a specific number of minutes each month, whether you use all of them or a little, best suited for your family? If your family finds itself using more minutes than the allowed amount of minutes each month, you are not saving by paying the extra minutes and that’s probably not a plan for you and your kids.
Some wireless carriers may not allow you to carry your unused minutes over to the following month and also in some cases the minutes expire whether you make or receive phone calls.
Most of the time, you can check your account by accessing the Internet and go to the service provider’s web page and enter your account number which is a great asset to have if you want to see where you stand as far as your bill is concerned. You can also check your bill account info right from your cell phone. How cool is that?
It’s important to use a service that works locally and also when you go outside the city limits and even out of state. You want to be able to stay in touch with your kids, friends or loved ones anywhere.
Before signing any contract with any wireless company find out if
· their plan includes long distance phone calls for the same rate,
· you can use your minutes any time of the day and on weekends as well
· there are any restriction when and where to use the cell phone
· when is the “peak