We all know that to get a free, or almost free, new cellular phone, all you need to do is to sign up with one of the many cell phone plans available.
The free phone is a gift to you for signing up with the company. Of course the company is hopeing you will stay with them for many years. The truth is, when the contract expires you are free to sign up with someone else, and once again get one of the latest cell phone models for free. Just make sure you don't sign up on a long-term plan (beyond 12-24 months).
Since each of the major networks are offering their plans through a number of affiliates, you can find great offers by comparing cell phone plans, even though the plans initially are offered by the same network provider.
We have compiled a list of the best cell phone plans available. The list is created by querying a vast number of websites and databases. The data is first parsed, then sorted by consumer value, from best to lowest. The database is updated once a day.
Database updated: 2003-01-25 13:45 (note format)
Unique entries in database: 237
|Provider||name goes here|
|Network||name goes here|
|Phones available||list of phones|
|Type of contract/cost||Monthly cost/ Pay as you go|
|Length of contract||12-24 months|
|Available at||url, address, phone|
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