Communication 3G

3G Tariff

Introduction

If you are thinking about getting a new mobile or cell phone, or just switching to a new service provider, you are probably very confused about which 3g Tariff or price plan is best for you. Which provider has the best, most reliable phone coverage in your particular area? Which one has the best customer service in case you have any problems? And, of course, which one will save you the most money? With so many cell phone plans out there, how can you be sure that you’ve made the right choice? This article will guide you through the various 3g tariffs and service plans that are out there. 

History

The very first thing you want to consider when searching for a 3g tariff or plan is whether you want to get a prepaid (also known as “pay-as-you-go”) plan or a monthly plan. With a prepaid 3g tariff, you will have to buy a prepaid card for your particular 3g provider.
These prepaid cards can be purchased from many different sellers nationwide and internationally. Examples of stores that sell 3g prepaid cards include Wal-Mart , Best Buy, along with most neighborhood convenience stores. Prepaid cards come in various amounts; the more expensive the card, the more minutes you will get on our 3g tariff or plan.
When you use up all the minutes that came with your card, you will simply go out and buy a new card that has the amount of minutes you like. Since these cards are so readily available for purchase from so many stores, you don’t have to worry about not finding a prepaid card dealer near you. In fact, you don’t even have to wait for your prepaid minutes to run out before you refill your plan.

Features

Do keep in that these prepaid 3g plans come with an expiration date. If you don’t use all of the minutes before the date they expire, or if you don’t add more minutes to your plan using another prepaid card before that date, you will actually lose all of your existing minutes! The expiration date is usually 1 to 3 months after you activate your prepaid card. Prepaid 3g tariffs can be used for both voice and data transfer (if your mobile or cell phone supports such a feature).

Tips and Comments

The next type of 3g tariff is a monthly plan. In this case, you setup an account with a 3g service provider who will bill you once a month for all of the minutes you have used up in that month. This type of 3g tariff involves less work on your part because you don’t have to go out and purchase a new prepaid card once a month or so. The pricing plan per minute used also tends to be more economical in monthly plans. However, many monthly plans require you to sign a contract that you may not be able to easily get out of!

With your newfound knowledge of 3g tariff, you can now choose the mobile plan that is best for your needs!

By Stanculescu Mihai Bogdan, published at 02/23/2012
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