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Straight Talk Wireless Offering Free Plan with Your iPhone Purchase

New and existing Straight Talk Wireless customers are in for a treat.

Earlier today, TracFone's prepaid subsidiary announced a new promotion exclusively available at Walmart. For a limited time, customers can get a free plan along with their purchase of a new Apple iPhone device.

There are three different offers under this promotion and they all depend on the specific iPhone device you opt to get:

Free 90-day Plan

  • Apple iPhone 8 - $699 (64GB variant)
  • Apple iPhone 8 Plus - $799 (64GB variant)
  • Apple iPhone X - $999 (64GB variant)
When you get any of these phones, you also get Straight Talk's 90-day Extended Unlimited Plan for free. This plan costs $130 and comes with unlimited talk, text, and 10GB of high speed data every month. 

Free $55 Unlimited Monthly Plan

  • Apple iPhone 7 - $549 (32GB variant)
  • Apple iPhone 7 Plus - $669 (32GB variant)
The next offer applies to your purchase of an Apple iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. With your purchase, you get a free 30-day Straight Wireless $55 Unlimited Monthly plan that comes with unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data with DVD quality video streaming. 

Free $45 Monthly Plan

  • Apple iPhone 6s Plus - $399 (32GB variant)
  • Apple iPhone 6s - $399 (32GB variant)
The last offer under this promotion is available with your purchase of either the iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus. Along with this, you get a 30-day plan with unlimited talk, text and 10GB of high speed data for free. 

There is no mention of when this promotion will end but Straight Talk says it is available online while supplies last. If you would like to know more about this promotion, visit Walmart's website


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  1. Sorry Slim, but I love my reliable on-screen Android navigation buttons too much to switch.

    1. Android sucks! Unless you have a very top flagship. Otherwise it's stutters galore. Android needs 3 gigs of RAM to open a basic app.

    2. Android can only go as fast as the chipset. If the phone doesn't have a speedy processor it will stutter.

    3. I have a first gen. Moto G that still works flawlessly for herewego as a reapeater for my raymarine instruments, with navionics maps, as a remote for firetv & roku etc. I suspect clueless users before android is.

    4. Android always lagged due to the way it was programmed. Google has improved it a lot, and a fast SOC masks it. But it’s still there. iOS is much more fluid.

    5. In iOS, UI rendering processes occur with dedicated threads in real-time priority, halting other processes and focusing all attention on rendering the UI. .Every time you touch your finger to your iPhone’s display, the OS goes crazy: “Someone’s touching us! Someone’s touching us! Stop everything else you’re doing, someone’s touching us!”

      In Android, UI rendering processes occur along with the main thread with normal priority. it treats rendering the UI the same way as it would, say, downloading a podcast in the background, checking for SMSes, or anything else. Hence, a choppy UI.
      Google was really stupid to program Android this way.

    6. You're all forgetting to factor in performance per dollar, size per dollar, iPhone throttling, an outdated form factor, the top of the line model having a sinfully fugly notch that drove Jobs out of his grave just so he could smack whoever designed the X, and the user unfriendliness of different gestures doing different things depending on the app instead of simply having a reliable and standardized set of easily visible navigation keys.

      Android wins the battle of cost effectiveness by a mile, where as MUH PROCESSOR is trapped in ugly hardware and burdened by ugly, uncustomizable software that dictates how you should be using your phone.

      It doesn't matter if iPhones are beatiful on the inside. It's the outside interface that everyone's gonna judge it by, especially in the age of Xiaomi's Mix 2 and Vivo's Apex.

      Apple's just let itself go too much to still be this much of a demanding, controlling gold-digger when the Android next door's been slimming down, getting sexier, and aging like the kind of late-blooming bombshell I'd just love to have in my pants.

      Sure, the old crone will give you the appearance of status and a measure of respect from die-hard consumers. But as a man of more refined taste, I'd rather have a better looking, friendlier device that's the whole package rather than just "muh processor" this and "muh bionic chip" that.

      Especially if I'm expected to shell out one grand for it.

    7. You have that rationalization thing down pat. Repeat to yourself every morning....

      4 of the top 5 best-selling models are iPhones, so the market has spoken. Apple increased its lead over Samsung in market share over the past year.

      Android phone makers will just keep copying iPhones.

  2. any one stupid enough to buy a straight talk LOCKED iPhone to get free service deserves what they get.

  3. Straight talk unlock request instructions should just point to FCC complaint form, only way it MIGHT get unlocked.

  4. i have an Android and an iPhone with me at all times. this solves my which OS is better problem.

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