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Get your cell phone bill paid each month



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Switching carriers and phone plans is a bitter sweet moment. You know what you are getting from your current provider good and bad and you also have dialed in the amount of minutes, texts and data you use each month. But there may be a better deal out there that meets your needs and you can live with.

This is the position I was in for the past couple of weeks. I had been a Verizon user sense the Blackberry Storm 1 came out and have been happy with their service, but it was still costing me too much per month. I was in a family plan with 5 total phone lines (the most you can have). I was grandfathered into an unlimited data plan and I had a 20 percent discount through my work. Still my phone bill was 60 bucks a month! It was time for me to save some money and start looking for a change. My search brought me to the vast majority of pre-paid services available because they offer great coverage/service plans at a super cheap price. I then found a pre-paid service that would pay me to use it and the best part was it uses one of the 4 major carrier’s towers.

Solavei is a pre-paid service that is backed and runs off the T-Mobile towers. The pre-paid plan includes unlimited talk, unlimited text and unlimited data though you can be throttled but the first 4gb are grunted 4g speed all for 49.99 dollars a month. Solavei then goes above and beyond anything any carrier has done before and offers a marketing plan that will pay you for getting others to sign up. Every 3 people you sign will earned you 20 bucks a month and then every 3 people they sign up owns you 20 more dollars a month. The graph that Solavie provides shows how someone could make 20,000 dollars a month. With that extra incentive I went ahead and left my long time carrier and switched to Solavei on the T-Mobile network and I have no regrets. The service is great because it’s T-Mobile and the bill is less than what I was previously paying at Verizon.

If you are interested in joining Solavei or just want to learn more this is how the cost of getting signed up breaks down. The plan cost 49.99 a month and you have to pay the first month of service up front. Then there is a 49.99 activation fee along with a 29.99 fee for the sim card. So that means to get started with Solavei it will only cost around 130 dollars not including taxes or if you purchase a phone from them. You will then be mailed your sim card and then you’re good to go. One thing I really like is you can use any T-Mobile phone and even some ATT phones.

Source- solavei.com




nowosph22
Sep 24 2012 08:32 PM
I recently upgraded to my Droid Bionic and rooted
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tucstwo
Oct 04 2012 10:52 AM
This is a pyramid scheme. This kind of thing never works out. You exponentially run out of people the more people sign up and the whole thing collapses. The only people who really make any money doing these kinds of things are those at the very top and then when they collapse, there's nothing left really.

http://en.wikipedia..../Pyramid_scheme

probbiethe1
Oct 05 2012 10:21 AM
You are correct if you look at it like that. I look at is as just a phone plan that is saving me 10 bucks a month from my last phone plan. That extra money covers my Netflix bill! And the reason that pushed me over the edge to use this service is the POSSIBILITY of making money. If you just compare the base service to other prepaid plans you will already see it is inline with price.

The biggest problem is people like you have a bad idea of pyramid schemes and never even give them a chance. I put my stereotype ideas behind me and tried it out and havent been happier with my cell phone service.

probbiethe1
Oct 13 2012 10:25 PM
I think you commented in the wrong spot.

Will00ard10
Oct 14 2012 07:28 AM
The forum is cool.

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tucstwo
Nov 24 2012 06:51 PM
That's not 100%, the main reason I over look pyramid style stuff like this and multi-level marketing in general is because there is a fine line between a good idea and and illegal one when it comes to this stuff. If you're makin' 10 bucks a month on it, then more power to you, but I'm just point out that these things normally don't last.

tucstwo
Nov 24 2012 06:51 PM
That's not 100%, the main reason I over look pyramid style stuff like this and multi-level marketing in general is because there is a fine line between a good idea and and illegal one when it comes to this stuff. If you're makin' 10 bucks a month on it, then more power to you, but I'm just point out that these things normally don't last.

Claregnce
Mar 16 2013 11:09 PM
The forum is cool.Posted Image

Bri78an
Mar 21 2013 06:23 PM
I think you commented in the wrong spot.Posted Image

Patri56cia
Mar 22 2013 10:48 PM
The forum is cool.Posted Image

Vict67oria
Mar 26 2013 10:49 PM
I think you commented in the wrong spot.Posted Image

Jamfhes
Jul 21 2013 07:19 AM
I think you commented in the wrong spot.Posted Image

Chefhryl
Jul 31 2013 10:30 PM
there's nothing left really.Posted Image

M68ose
Aug 19 2013 08:11 AM
I think you commented in the wrong spot.Posted Image

Mictjhelle
Aug 22 2013 10:07 PM
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Jeffe65er
Nov 14 2013 10:10 PM
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Batiatus
Dec 08 2013 03:12 AM
As some user said - I hate pyramid schemes. You always end up feeling miserable and you start with big expectations. Avoid this type of deals.