Friday, June 18, 2010

Anywhere! Everywhere!

Refill your NET10 phone where ever you go! Buy Airtime online, on your phone or at thousands of retail locations. Easy!

Click here to refill your NET10 phone!

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Saving money with NET10

With NET10, calls are only 10¢ a minute. Texts are 5¢. (If you have Samsung qwerty phone, texts only 3¢ and with the new Samsung R355, 2.5¢.)

There's never a bill, no per-day charges, roaming fees or anything mysterious or funky. Pay up-front. Buy more when you need it. Your minutes roll over. Cool!

Start saving with NET10 here.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Texting for less

Shhh! Don't tell anyone.

With most NET10 phones, texts are 5¢ each. With the Samsung T401G and R451C qwerty phones, they're only 3¢ ! And with the new Samsung R355C, they're only 2.5¢ each.


(But true.)

Click here to grab one.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Qwerty phones

Texting is so much easier on a qwerty phone.

What's qwerty phone? If you're on your computer, look down at the second row of keys: QWERTY etc.

Instead of (or in addition to) a regular keypad, qwerty phones have "full" keyboards, making it far more easier to text, surf... whatever.

Get it? Get one, here!

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Top THIS off!

I really really REALLY like the fact that I can add airtime online, from my phone or by buying an airtime card in a store.

I'm flexible and it's nice to have options. DUH!

Wanna top off your NET10 phone? Do it here!

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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Why is NET10's coverage so unbelievably awesome?

It's simple, really. When you're with AT&T you're dependent upon their network. Same with Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and the rest.

NET10 is different. There's no "NET10 Network." NET10 uses AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and other carriers' networks.

The NET10 phones for sale in retail stores and online are configured to operate on the best possible network in each area they're sold. That's why some phones are available in certain areas and not others.

Roaming? There's never an extra charge for roaming with Net10 since you're never "out of network." In the rare instance you're in an area outside your primary network, NET10 has agreements with local networks for coverage. That's why you rarely hear about "dropped calls" or "dead zones" with NET10.

Better than any single network; that's NET10!