Listen, if I came up to you and offered you a ton of cash, what would you do in turn? Because would you:
(A) Say 'No thank you', and then shuffle off to parts unknown.
(B) Scream on the top of your lungs "The Messiah has arrived!" whilst dancing the Lambada in a provocative matter.
(C) Say 'Yes please', before giving me a big hug and a congenial ear, with the intent of listening to what I have to say next.
(D) All of the above combined, and in Yiddish.
Now If your answer was either (A), (B), or (D) - well - 'May God be with you'. Though if your answer was (C), have a look at this.
That's right - Net10 are at it again - because they want to make your life that much easier to your pocket and your ear. Now their Unlimited Plan boasts a whole host of amazing telecommunication jiggery-boo, all of which will give you the ability to enhance your life, and make your communication needs much more magnificent. For a start, Net10's network coverage is nationwide, and their talk, text, and data allowance is unlimited too (All for $50 a month). Next, there is no contracts, no surprise bills, and no credit checks either (which is nice, huh?). After that, Net10's reception and connectivity has been perfected all over the country (so no more 'no signal'). And finally, Net10 only use trusted cell-phone manufacturers, such as LG, Motorola, Kyocera, Nokia and Samsung.
But wait dear reader, there is more with their Monthly Plan as well, which either entails:
(A) The Easy Minutes Plus Plan: Which is an automatic minutes plan that starts at $15.00 for 200 minutes.
(B) This Includes the Pay-As-You-Go Plan: Giving you the ability to carry over your minutes with active service.
(C) Or alternatively, The Unlimited Minutes Plan: Text and Web for $50.00/month.
So what more do you want? Blood? Or would you rather listen to what my mate Hector has to say?
Isn't my mate Hector a nice chap, huh? He once gave his last 50 cents to the Rapper 50 cents, when he bumped into him in Vegas, and saw that he need some change to make a call. Granted, he would have lent 50 cents his phone instead, but he lost it - ooops!
Lets hope you don't lose this.