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Least Expensive Cell Phone Service (pay-as-you-go)

by PhatCat / December 9, 2004 6:09 AM PST

Is there a company that puts out a cheap phone with no monthly plan, and all you pay for is the minutes you use without being forced buy additional minutes you will never need?

I use a cell phone less than 10 minutes a year (emergencies only) and only want the most basic of phones. I don't need 100 or 500 minutes ... that would take me a lifetime to use up.

Cental/Southern NH area.

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