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Free Page Plus Activations at Kitty Wireless for a Limited Time Only

Page Plus online dealer Kitty Wireless is running a free Page Plus activation promotion. The regular price is $10. For a limited time activations are free. This offer could end at any so don't delay if you want to get in on it.

If you are porting a number from another operator  port requests are always free at Kitty Wireless. New activations and port-ins come with a free $2 Page Pus airtime credit.

Activations are automated and normally take about 5 minutes. You will receive an email with programming instructions when your activation is complete. Port requests depend on the operator you are porting from and can take hours and occasionally days to complete.

Kitty's automated services are available 22 hours a day (orders submitted between 11:30 PM EST and 1:30 AM EST will be processed after 1:30 AM).

Click here: kittywireless.com/pageplus/freeactivation.html for free activations which come with $2.00 in Page Plus call credit good for 120 days.

Click here: kittywireless.com/pageplus/freeport.html to port your number from another carrier to a new or existing Page Plus account.

Page Plus Cellular, which was founded in 1993, is the oldest and and second largest (after Tracfone) Verizon MVNO. Page Plus plans start at $2.50 month for pay as you go with unlimited plans from $39.95 for unlimited talk and text and 250 MB of data. For more information see Prepaid Operator Profile: Page Plus



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  1. Here is the chance for everyone that got screwed over by America Movil to jump ship to a reliable, US-based prepaid company .... Page Plus Cellular. I've been with them since January of 2009 and as long as they remain this reasonable, they have my business.

  2. I agree that tracphone is starting to feel risky but they offer a far better value at this point. I'm paying 35 to 40 dollars a month for the Proclaim and get the Verizon expanded network at no extra cost and have used as much as 3GB of data with no issues. I'd like a better phone but for $55 plus roaming fees and a GB limit I don't know if it's worth it.
    I see Next G offers the Verizon expanded network and 3B of data for $60 but that is really getting up there in price.
    I'm still thinking about this one

    1. Walmart loves you!

    2. What does Walmart have to do with this?

  3. 180.00 a year is not significant at all. It's 0.50 a day! Most people could afford that.

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