If you're not looking for all the bells and whistles of a smartphone, the Doro PhoneEasy 612 is the perfect solution. Now that the year 2011 is ending, it is good time to summarize what’s new in prepaid cell phone offer in terms of the best prepaid Android smartphones available. This year, many prepaid providers that never had Android smartphones in their lineup have introduced couple or more of them, for the first time.
The cause of this expand is definitely Samsung Galaxy Precedent released in September for $149.99. However, that’s already in the past given that Straight Talk has released yet another Android smartphone, more advanced for $179.99, LG Optimus Q. LG Optimus Q is released for yet another prepaid provider, Virgin Mobile but under the name of LG Optimus Slider. Don’t forget the carrier’s most advanced phone Motorola Triumph that’s somewhat pricey for what it offers, $299.99. Boost Mobile, also a child of Sprint Nextel released two smartphones that can easily get in the battle for the best prepaid Android smartphones in 2011.
Simple Mobile also offers 4G HSPA+ coverage through T-Mobile and have a rather interesting offer of unlimited prepaid plans. T-Mobile has quite an interesting Android smartphone released just a week ago, Samsung Exhibit II 4G that easily qualifies for the best prepaid Android smartphones in 2011. The best prepaid Android smartphones are not the most advanced ones or the cheapest ones but the ones that suit each and every individual’s needs. Straight Talk uses Verizon’s network but it uses AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint’s network as well.
The 2012 reviews of the best Android and smart phones with no annual contract or plan, come from prepaid, pay as you go, mobile cell phone and wireless carriers Straight Talk and Net 10. The LG Optimus Q Review from Straight Talk proves that Straight Talk can offer some of the best Android powered smart phones with their prepaid cell phone plans and with the unlimited data, talk, text and 411 bundle at $45 per month, the LG Optimus Q is a hit in this review! The main difference between Net 10 and Straight Talk as well as T Mobile prepaid is the cost of the unlimited bundle and whether it is really unlimited or whether the month to month, pay as you go plan is going to cost more than the stated $45 or $50 as published. Net 10 is great and has excellent customer service like Straight Talk but Net 10 does not have the free basic cell phones and costs $5 more per month. TracFone offers more pay-as-you-go flexibility than the best cell phone companies, but are its prices worth it?
A definite thing is that a boundary of what kind of smartphones have become standard offer for prepaid providers has moved quite forward. The reason for that is mostly due to the pressure of competition and recognition that Android smartphones are the ones most asked for.

Due to Virgin Mobile being a subsidiary of Sprint Nextel, these Android smartphones run on Sprint’s nationwide 3G network.
One is Samsung Transform Ultra available for $229.99 and the second one, released just few days ago ZTE Warp.
They expanded their service nationwide through national retailers; they have signed a 3G roaming partnership with Sprint Nextel to expand coverage and added plans and Android smartphones to its lineup.
MetroPCS has its own 4G LTE network and enabled handsets as LG Esteem or Samsung Galaxy Indulge. Before getting to that, the thing about this carrier is that they do not offer handsets on their own but let you come with your own device, unlocked GSM phones, and just use its plans. That ‘s why this article is not about one phone or one provider but the choice The price is important, the coverage, the little things like a physical keyboard or front facing camera, the phone’s functionality and our preferences, but also crucial are the monthly charges that the best prepaid Android smartphones will work with.
You can tell which phone uses which network by checking if phone model numbers are ending in G or C.
T Mobile does not off the same and when we review prepaid cell phones like the Android smart phones offered by Straight Talk including the LG Optimus Q, the LG Optimus Black and the Samsung Galaxy Precedent. But is T mobile offerring with their prepaid mobile wireless cell phones, a plan for month to month or pay as you go, with a TRULY unlimited bundle for under $50 per month? It’s not a revelation that midrange phones are the ones available to prepaid users but a good thing is that more and more high end specs are becoming part of those midrange devices.
Also they are the ones that make a difference between successful and unsuccessful quarter by quarter and a year in general, in selling and adding new customers.
The phone’s biggest asset, except being a decent Android-powered smartphone, first for this carrier, is that it goes with one of the most affordable unlimited prepaid plans on the market for $45 with unlimited talk, text and data. Also for $199.99 exclusively at Radio Shack you can get another Android smartphone released only couple of weeks ago, HTC Wildfire S. In addition, they go with carrier’s Beyond Talk plans that start with as low as $35 for unlimited text, data and 300 minutes and ends with the unlimited one that offers everything unlimited for $55 per month. They also introduced a Muve Music service that’s been expanding the number of subscribers ever since the release. So if you have Android smartphone and just need a plan, you can pick from unlimited plan for $60 with everything unlimited talk, text and fast HPSA+ speeds. The important thing is that the competition between prepaid carriers is definitely healthy, which works perfect for us. Phone models ending with G run on either AT&T or T-Mobile, with C run on Verizon while Straight Talk Android phones use the Sprint network. Straight Talk and Net 10 make it so that their smart phones and Android cell phones like the LG Optimus, LG Optimus q, LG Optimus Black, Samsung Galaxy S2 and the Samsung Galaxy Precedent, all work with their unlimited bundle for $45 per month.

I tried them last year and actually cannot remember what my reason for not liking their pay as you go mobile phone service was. You can purchase as many additional minutes as you need, but it might end up getting pretty .TracFone is a prepaid wireless provider that offers a huge number of feature phones, but how does it compare to the competition? So now, we have Straight Talk and Net10, both subsidiaries of TracFone that introduced couple of Android smartphones each and actually made Straight Talk adding an additional 515,000 subscribers in third quarter. Even though, this plan is not the cheapest prepaid plan on the market, still its one of rare (if any) that has no data throttled. The phones are available with $40, $50 and $60 4G LTE plan with the last one being unlimited. However, if you are not after fast speeds, you can get quite an affordable offer, maybe even the best one so far, for $40 per month. If you are not much into talking, exclusive to Walmart $30 plan with 100 voice minutes, unlimited text and data with first 5GB at 4G speeds is a great offer, one of the best at prepaid market. Over all, I still prefer the Straight Talk prepaid, pay as you go, mobile, wireless cell phones and plans.
Apparently, the carrier postpones data throttling until sometime in 2012 even though it was due to the start of October. In addition, Cricket has also introduced Samsung Transfix, an entry-level Android smartphone available for $179.99 that has a slide out QWERTY keyboard and is perfect for messaging. For the money you get a plan that’s compatible with Android smartphones and offers you everything unlimited at 3g network. Also, newly added $60 unlimited monthly plan with 2GB at 4G speeds, unlimited talk and text is also a good offer but the one for $30 can make a difference in choosing this provider, this phone and to save. The Android LG Optimus, LG Optimus Balck, Samsung galaxy S2 and the Samsung Galaxy Precedent, are just added bonuses with Straight Talk and their 3G, 4G network covergae rocks as well. This phone goes with regular plans for $25 or $35 per month with 300 and 1000 minutes within Cricket’s coverage and unlimited text and data. Both phones are compatible with any of the two plans $55 Android Monthly Unlimited plan or $2 Daily Unlimited plan.
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