Straight Talk, arguably the most popular prepaid wireless solution, introduced a new $55 plan this month that gives customers 10GB of high-speed data to use each month, on top of unlimited talk and text. The most popular Straight Talk plan has been the $45 option with 5GB of data, so for just $10 more, you are doubling your data.
The plan can be signed-up for at the link below, which will walk you through the Bring Your Own Phone (BYOP) process. For those who haven’t been following Straight Talk for some time, they basically accept almost all phones at this point, thus the need for this tool. They have SIM cards for both GSM and CDMA networks, so you can access AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon’s networks.
Again, to get signed-up, head to the link below and take it all in, step by step, to see if your phone will work and decide which SIM you’ll need. As always, Straight Talk SIMs cost $0.99.
This new plan matches up nicely with Cricket’s $60 10GB plan that can be reduced to $55 with autopay. The big difference here is that you get the $55 price and your choice of network.
If you have continued to use Straight Talk over the years, feel free to drop into the comments to answers questions. It’s been some time since I had a Straight Talk SIM in a phone, so I’m curious as to how your download and upload speeds have been holding up.