Many prepaid wireless companies suffer from a lack of good handset handset options. This has been a problem for prepaid providers in the past. But right now, Straight Talk has no such case since it has released Samsung Finesse r810c for use on the payment when you go to service.
We have seen many changes in prepaid worlds between prepaid price war and all new unlimited programs published last year. Obviously, prepaid is now a viable option for more looking for money or just wanting to be free from a contractual plan.
One of the main obstacles to people from prepaid programs is poor phone selection. Straight Talk Wireless has taken steps to remedy this problem by adding the Samsung Finesse r810c smartphone to the features of the phone.
This means that Straight Talk customers can use Finesse for both company plans. The $ 30 All You Need program is for 1,000 minutes of talk time and 1,000 text messages. In addition, customers receive 30 mb of data.
The $ 45 Unlimited Straight Talk program is similar to the initial activation capability for mobile phones because it provides unlimited phone usage for text, text messages and browsers. In addition, subscribers to this program also receive unlimited 411 calls and a fixed-line network (Pre-paid network).
There are plenty of beautiful programs out there that can save you money and Straight Talk is right up there with the best and can even break most of the others. The fact that Straight Talk has put Finesse in its line (as MetroPCS did before) shows that it wants to be aggressive in court of new users and could even let go of more smartphones who work with their plans in the future.
This phone has a large (3.2 inch) display that is bright and attractive, which fits the fun looking of the phone and features and style. The phone used an EVDO data connection and html browser, which makes surfing on the Internet and access to email very simple and painless. Finesse also has a decent camera that takes stills and even video recordings.
It's easy to add extra memory to your phone if you store a lot of data. However, Samsung Finesse is quite expensive at $ 329 just for the phone. This is quite expensive for a prepaid phone than a pretty average for smartphones. However, if you think you are becoming an iPhone contestant, think again.
Finesse may have higher functionality at peak but it will not change (prepaid or otherwise) beloved iPhone. It does not have the ability to use third-party applications or "applications", it does not have Wi-Fi support, and the video may not be good. However, it is worth remembering that prepaid plans for Straight Talk run on Regins Prepaid Wireless Network, which is very good.
All that is said, for mobile users looking for intersections on a very affordable prepaid plan and smartphone, this phone might be worth considering.
Source by Chris M Mccarthy