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This is my personal opinion on the best prepaid services through walmart. Please note, as I will state in the video every service here you can get from Walmart. I do know there and tons of other prepaid cell phones companies out there but i concentrated on one store, and since Walmart has the biggest cell phone selection I chose them for my video. Thanks for Watching you all are amazing.



  • is there anything better than a HTC desire 510 thats around 100 dollars? btw im with Virgin Prepay plan now.

    • +JV SPORTS TALK i mostly listen to spotify via virgin and would like to add more, but again due to limited space on main drive cant dl anything else btw my sd card is blank more or less. 60g or whatever.

    • +decafcoffee73 well the most common solutions are to buy and a micro sd card. they are pretty cheap now a days, 16gigs are no mpre than 10 bucks. second is if you wanted a new phone the lg tribute 2 is a better phone from virgin mobile and boost mobile for around 99.99. the best part that will help you out is that the tribute 2 is running on lollipop and you are able to save apps to an sd card while running on that version of andriod. hopefully i have answered all your questions and thanks for watching

    • +JV SPORTS TALK so if i get the tribute from either virgin or boost it doesnt dl apps to the main phone drive first then install to sd card as it does on the desire 510. sure the 510 has a big main drive but its loaded full of crap. Can i use Pof with tribute 2?

    • +decafcoffee73 yes because the tribute 2 is running a better version of andriod yes you can choose to download anything from apps to music on an sd or the on-board storage. and yes the google play store is the same on all phones. any apps you have on your desire, you can find on the tribute 2.

    • +JV SPORTS TALK ok thanks! So if i get it from Walmart or Virgin etc shouldnbe the same design on the tribute correct…?

  • Can you get pre-paid cell phones in Canada, in 2017?

  • I live in a very rural area and I will only use a phone maybe 4 times a week. So far I have yet to find a phone that works for me. FYI, I have had nothing but problems with Tracfone lately.

    • Dee Bowmer hello thanks for watching I would suggest straight talk wireless. For two reasons. But I will say their customer service may not be as good as boost or virgin mobile but i have reasons why they work better for you. 1. The sheer selection of phones they have could possibly fit any objections you may have. The price range is insane, phones range from just 20.00 to 400.00. The second reason being is that some phones run on the Verizon network and that means you will get the service dependability your looking for. But they also have at&t phones that use their towers so coverage won’t be a problem with those two even in a rural location. Now I would go to straight mtalk.com and the first thing they will ask you is your zip code. Meaning they will only show you phones that will work in your area, and at the point it’s all based on the phone type your looking for. Good luck and thanks again!

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