No Contract Monthly Plan Reviews

Are you looking for prepaid wireless monthly plan reviews?!  Do you currently, or have you used prepaid wireless Monthly plans in the past?  This plan type is a hybrid that sits between classic pay-as-you-go and monthly postpaid contract plans.  These classic plan types give you a bucket of minutes, text messages, and high speed data, as well as other features on a monthly basis.  Historically, the Monthly plan category was the first step cMonthly Wireless Plansloser to a postpaid  wireless plan look and feel before prepaid monthly unlimited wireless plans came to the market.  It represented a massive step forward for the prepaid wireless industry in terms of offering customers much better value than a high cost pay per minute classic pay as you go plan.

These Monthly Plans are great for people who are willing to commit to a monthly payment for a set number of minutes and features in order to get better value than per minute or daily plans.  Note that when I say "commit," I don't mean committing to a long term contract, but simply to a larger payment for a 30 day period.  In other words, you can stop paying at any time without a penalty (other than losing phone service).  But if you continue to pay by the month, you can get much better value than paying on a per minute (PAYGo) basis.

If you have experience with this Monthly plan type, we'd love to hear from you!  Please share your feedback by entering your review in the form below; it's really easy!  You can also read other people's reviews at the bottom of the page.  Here are a few ideas to consider including: in your monthly plan reviews:
  • Which prepaid wireless service provider(s) have you used with this type of service?
  • How did you find the value you receive with this plan type?  (i.e. In terms of included features like  data, text messaging, etc.)
  • Do the included features meet your needs, or do you find yourself needing to spend more to get the services you wanted?
  • Is monitoring your monthly balance and payment date difficult, leading you to frequently miss your monthly payment due date?
  • Would you recommend a monthly service to a friend or family member considering this type of prepaid wireless plan?
  • Do you have to pay taxes and/or reload fees when adding money to your account (i.e. For paying your bill)?
Note that it's not necessary for you to specifically answer these specific questions.   They're just here as suggestions to help get you started thinking about what you want to write to help visitors fully understand your experience, so please openly share your thoughts.  We want to know about your personal experience so people can figure out what's the best Monthly plan out there, or whether or not they like this plan type at all!

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Read Other Monthly Plan Reviews

Click on the links below to see some great reviews about Monthly Plans. They were all written by other visitors to this page.

Virgin Mobile & Cricket Autopay Discount 
I wanted to share something great about the Virgin Mobile iPhone and their automatic payment discount, as well as a very frustrating experience that hopefully …

Horrible Contract Wireless Experience Affected My Credit Score 
My first cell was nextel. No reception where I lived, so I took it back. They talked me into an antenna booster...this was during the two week trial period. …

Monthly Experience with T-Mobile 
Monthly services, in my opinion, is a good way to experience what a payment plan is like for any first-time phone user. Currently my service provider is …

Frustrated TracFone Customer 
I've been with TracFone for a year or so. I rarely need a wireless phone so wanted a cheap plan. I cannot imagine how any company survives with as …

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