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I got tmobile and pay $50 a month. I need to reduce my bill since I'm unemployed. What plan do you guys suggest I get that gives unlimited calls and text? I dont care about data since I use wifi. Someone said I should get Google Voice and have the number forwarded to my cell and just pay $30 a month. What do you think is best?
 
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I got tmobile and pay $50 a month. I need to reduce my bill since I'm unemployed. What plan do you guys suggest I get that gives unlimited calls and text? I dont care about data since I use wifi. Someone said I should get Google Voice and have the number forwarded to my cell and just pay $30 a month. What do you think is best?
I think only for you.. it is only for you. you can use SKYPE for without call charge.. it is better for you. because you are unemployed man..
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I think only for you.. it is only for you. you can use SKYPE for without call charge.. it is better for you. because you are unemployed man..
Yeah but I still need to make real calls. I cant give people my skype number since it wouldnt be professional.
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I would say your best bet would be google voice. I haven't used it since I've gotten my HTC One, but in my iPod Touch I was using an app called Talkatone. It allowed me to not only place calls over Wi-Fi but also recieve calls too. No carrier plan needed.

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Yeah but I still need to make real calls. I cant give people my skype number since it wouldnt be professional.
What are you talk it ?

skype still make a cal anywhere. it may be cheap rate...
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What are you talk it ?

skype still make a cal anywhere. it may be cheap rate...
You dont understand what I'm saying.
 
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Default Straight Talk is good

You can get Straight Talk sim card online, works on AT&t's lines I believe. 1000 minutes and 1000 texts, I think it's 5 cents a minute after that limit and 5 cents per mb of data. Oh and it's $30.00 USD for a month. Just don't use any data. I think you can transfer your number, too. It's definitely the cheapest, besides t-mobile's own $30.00 USD a month for 100 minutes, unlimited text and unlimited 2G data with 5GB of 4G data. Very impressive but not many phone calls.

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