Cell phone plans

Cell phones are an extremely common thing these days and anyone with a smart phones knows that it us like a mini computer, but the price we pay for this convenience can add up very quickly.

When my husband and I were looking to downsize our bills, we found this company that offered an interesting cell phone plan. Most people pay for using cell data but most of the big companies don’t take into account the times that you are on WiFi and not using their cell data.

That is exactly what Republic Wireless offers. Before switching to this company, we were on Sprint’s unlimited plan and were paying about $160/month. With Republic Wireless we ended up paying $60/month for our two phones without hanging the amount that we used our phones. We did have to buy 2 new phones and pay outright for then, but now they have a few different options with some affordable prices.

There are some minor things that have to be dealt with when switching over to this company, but I have felt that it is worth it for us. If you would like to learn more about this company then follow this link. https://republicwireless.com

P.S. What cell phone company do you use, and what do you pay per month?


3 thoughts on “Cell phone plans

    • Wise in Disguise says:

      I found this reply on the Republic Wireless website. “Domestic roaming is free. Although we don’t offer cellular service internationally at this time, your Republic Wireless phone can place calls over WiFi from anywhere in the world to the U.S. You can also make and receive calls to Canadian telephone numbers without incurring international roaming or long distance charges” (https://republicwireless.com/faqs).

      I hope this helps answer your question. 🙂


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