They've REALLY hidden it. The only thing I can find is that the rate is variable depending on when the call was started (night and weekends) but no actual rates are listed that I can find (yet).
dont worry. that's the max they will go. usually you can buy tmobile prepaid cards for less than retail without tax. so it's like 8 or 9 cents/min. but yes, it's really 10 cents/min for any extra min beyond your first 100 min. no need to check around.
I am actually looking at the plans right now. I can't seem to find the per minute price if you go over the limit. Anyone know?
I think the fine print at the bottom says 45cents a min. I was totally gonna do the 30 dollar plan, then I found the value family plan. 2 lines, 1000min, unlimited text, unlimited data with 2gb high speed per line for 79. Not bad. Going with that.
10cents would be great. 45cents would be a no-go. I gave them a call but they're closed of course, so I will have to be patient. Either way it looks like both T-Mobile and Straight Talk are very good options. After all this time thinking I'd get a S2 or S3 I have to read up on the Nexus 4 a bit more. Everything I've read so far rocks beside the non-replaceable battery.
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