The third phone is the Samsung R451C, which is a higher end model than most of the other Net10 phones. The R451C has a slide-out, full QWERTY keypad, which is good for people who like to send frequent text messages, since it makes the process a whole lot easier.
Also, you’re going to want to feast your eyes on the brand new , which is definitely the best phone for Net10 that’s ever been available. There are some third party phones that can be used with the Net10 sim cards that give you all the flexibility you need in order to get things rolling with your net10 prepaid phone. You can see all of these different options on the official partner page of Net10.
The first phone is the Motorola V171. Okay, so this phone is a super basic flip phone that looks like it’s from 1999, but hey, we can still party like it’s 1999 even though it’s 2010. This Net10 phone has a color screen, alarm clock, currency converter (like you’re going to need that), and has an approximate standby time of 13 days. The phone costs only $19.99 and comes with 300 minutes of talk time that can be used over a period of 60 days.
The Net10 free phone and minutes offers are an exception to the rule of no prepaid freebies. Prepaid cell phone plans don't include contracts so there is much less incentive to offer a free prepaid phone or free prepaid airtime. In fact, there's often even an activation fee, but not with Net10.
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