Straight Talk Unlimited Data Plan Review

Straight Talk WirelessStraight Talk is becoming a popular option for those looking to save money while still being able to take advantage of an unlimited data plan. Many of those switching over to a carrier that isn’t one of the major carriers will have many questions that we will hopefully answer in our review guide of their plans. Since Straight Talk runs off the Sprint network with a combination of AT&T and T-Moble, you should be able to get coverage and make this carrier an option wherever you live. Browse through our guide to Straight Talk plans below.

Straight Talk Unlimited Plans

Straight Talk Unlimited Plan Comparison
Most of the plans from Straight Talk are “unlimited” plans. This means that they give you a certain amount of high-speed data before throttling the speeds down to 2G or lower. For most users, you could easily get by with 5GB per line which is their cheapest. They’re also one of the few carriers that give you the choice of pre-paying for the entire year to get a discount. Find information on each of their current unlimited data plans below.

  • 30-Day Unlimited Plan (5GB) for $45/month
  • 30-Day Unlimited Plan (10GB) for $55/month
  • 30-Day Unlimited International Plan (5GB) for $60/month
  • 3-Month Unlimited Plan (5GB/month) for $130
  • 6-Month Unlimited Plan (5GB/month) for $255
  • 1-Year Unlimited Plan (5GB/month) for $495
  • find more information on these plans

All plans include unlimited text and calling. The monthly plans also offer an auto-refill feature to give you a discount when your next month is automatically billed.

Staight Talk vs. Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile

As we mentioned previously, Straight Talk relies on the Sprint network along with T-Mobile and AT&T for their coverage. This makes it so that you can get coverage in most areas of the United States. Their coverage is very similar to the other carriers that we’ve compared it to with the only downside being that you don’t currently have the option to get a 2-year contract or lease a phone. This is the main different between Straight Talk and let’s say Verizon or AT&T. At Straight Talk, you will have to purchase your device at full price, but then you will be able to take advantage of prepaid unlimited data plans that are currently priced lower than you can find at any of the major providers.

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If you already have a device then you can check its compatibility with the Straight Talk network through their website. Straight Talk is a joint venture between Tracfone and Walmart, so you would also be able to go into most Walmart’s to find more information on plans and if your current phone would work with their plans. Another downside of Straight Talk in comparison with the major carriers is they don’t run deals to help you switch. This means that if you’re cutting a contract early you won’t be able to find an offer to pay your early termination fees or other fees associated with switching to another carrier before your contract expires.

This page is updated regularly with the latest information and reviews of Straight Talk’s data plans for cell phones and other devices. Leave any comments or questions below and our staff will do our best to help you figure out which plan is right for you.

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  • WalletHero Staff September 14, 201611:24 am

    Leave any questions, comments, or your own review here. We will do our best to answer any questions about their plans.

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