The word ‘contract’ may seem like a scary word, because it notes a legally binding document. But in truth, many people sign or verbally agree to contracts daily. Still the fact that a contract binds you to one service can be a bit of a commitment, especially when you are talking about wireless services. Many people who subscribe to wireless data services may feel that they need to enter a contract in order to get the best services and the lowest prices. This may be the case for some and not for others. In order to know which plan is best for you, it is important to know your own data and wireless use.
When choosing to go contract or non-contract for wireless services, first do a comparison of the prices that each provider offers. Some companies specialize in offering low cost non-contract services for those who may not want to be tied down by a contract for a year or more. Other providers may offer contracts that include several perks or entering into a contract with the service. The most important pieces of information to look at when deciding to contract versus non contract are the prices for use and the length of time that the service can be used.
In the end, whether you go with contract or non-contract wireless plans, everyone can win. If you would like to choose your own terms and pricing for wireless and data usage, a non-contract service plan may be a good idea. If you are interested in budgeted billing and paying the same amount each month, a contract may be the best for you. Before deciding to contract versus non-contractual, monitor your personal wireless usage for a few months before jumping into a wireless service plan to ensure that whatever plan you go with will be a good fit for your lifestyle.
Wireless Works offers both contract and non-contract plans. We are happy to help you sort through your best options. Our Freedom Cell Plan starts at $5.99 a month, plus 7 cents and minute or text. No contract required.