CLEVELAND - Looking for cheap cell phones, internet services and the best phone service rates? Joe the Coupon Guy has you covered in his deals of the week.
When looking for the cheapest phone rates, the website http://www.timedial.net can be a life saver. It compares the pricing of phone cards, VOIP phone service, and international SIM cards. You can also find out who has the best rates for the different phone service plans out there.
If you want to save on long distance phone calls you should use a service called Jajah. You can sign up for the service right here . For registered users, calls are free to many places around the world. Can't beat that. Even calls to unregistered users are really cheap. They range from about 3 cents a minute to Europe and to about 50 cents to certain remote countries. But again if you want the free calls make sure the people you call are registered with Jajah too.
If you are someone that sends a lot of text messages you should use the service TextFree. It offers unlimited Wi-Fi text messaging using your data plan rather than your text messaging plan.
If you are looking for a free cell phone they aren't typically too hard to fine. Most carriers offered many phones for free after rebate. If you don't find the phone you like free at the store make sure you check the carrier's Internet site to see if they have the phone you want their.
A lot of carriers have outrages termination fees to keep you from switching cell phone services. If you are interested in changing your cell phone provider and want to avoid the termination fee use http://www.celltradeusa.com or http://www.cellswapper.com . They will only charge about $15 to $20 to transfer the contract with the cell carrier's approval. One thing to keep in mind though with these websites is that you may not be able to keep your same wireless number.
Internet service is a competitive market but if you don't use it a lot you can get it for free. Both Netzero and Juno offer free Dial-Up services. Netzero has a 200Mb limit per month for free dial-up. Juno allows 10 hours of free internet per month.
Another option would be to find a free Wi-fi service near you. Most libraries and some restaurants offer free Wi-fi. If you are a sporadic user of Wi-Fi service, you can save the monthly fee by using free services available in your community. You can find local locations that offer free Wi-Fi right here .