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Wednesday 30 June 2021

Get a year of cell service for under $7 a month with this contract-free plan #rwanda #RwOT

Free yourself from a strict phone contract.

TL;DR: Switch to a contract-free phone plan with a Tello Economy prepaid 12-month plan on sale for $79, down from $120 as of June 30.

Whether you’re a dedicated Verizon, AT&T, or T-Mobile customer, if you’re sick of limited data allotment and expensive fees every time you go over or other frustrating restrictions, it might be time to switch to this contract-free Tello Economy prepaid 12-month plan.

With the contractless Tello plan, you’ll get unlimited talk and text time, as well as 1GB of LTE data per month for the next 12 months. You’ll also get a free SIM card for activation. It’ll cost you only $79 (regularly $120) for an entire year of service — just under $7 per month.

Offering coast-to-coast coverage on a nationwide 4G LTE network, Tello — while not one of the big-name providers — is a well-rated phone service company, with 4.6 out of 5 stars on Trustpilot. It works a bit differently than your typical cell provider. Rather than signing a contract and paying a fee every month, you pay once upfront for the year. If you need to cancel your service, it’s not a big deal. You don’t have to worry about early termination fees or struggling to get out of a contract. You simply cancel it and that’s it (though, with this deal, you are pre-paying for a year of service).

If the 1GB of data each month isn’t enough, unlimited 2G data will kick in automatically once you've used it up. You can also upgrade or downgrade your plan after the first 360 days with no extra fees. This plan also includes minutes and texts to over 60 countries around the world at the same rate as domestic calls. You’ll even get access to a free hotspot.

Use your phone without being locked into a contract by switching to Tello for less than $7 a month.

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