When it comes to PAYG Mobile Phones, as in Pay As you Go, what are the important things and features to you
Payg Mobile Phones-Entry-Level
And probably, most of all free from any contract,
Ok in this case, cheap, basic and simple, we are talking lowest Entry Level Phone, Pay As You Go, is what is needed there are many Payg mobile
phones to chose from to fit different needs.
All the major networks like Verizon, O2, Vodafone, 3, AT&T provide Pay As You Go, one of the cheapest Payg phones in the
UK is the Alcatel 20.03 Phone for just only £8.00 on
Ultimately Payg Mobile Phones are for people who do not feel they need all the high-tech functions, then they are an
Pay as You Go entry level Mobiles come in all the major brands like Samsung, Nokia, Htc, Motorola and the rest, they even come in Smartphones too.
We’ve Started from the bottom level
entries and then making our way to the cheapest and simplest pay as you go phones, have
the least features available because to some people a phone is just a
phone however we can get them from all the major networks. Typically these are
priced between £5.99 and £60 more or less.
One of the main advantages of these phones lack of
features, apart from the poor camera quality of present standards is the fact that they give
fantastic long battery life, you can literally use them for days before they
need charging again, a very good example of a payg phone with long battery life
is the Nokia 3310 (above) with an incredible 22 hours of talk time on a single charge.
If you care that is, the disadvantage is that some (not all) only provide
internet access and features, after all to be honest the primary
these cheap simple payg phones are to make and receive calls and to send and
text suffice to say that for less than £60 you wont feel to bad, as these entry level Mobiles give way far more than you would expect, trust.
An important thing to take note of is not to use PAYG to make international
calls, if you do it would cost you an arm and a leg ….
….one clever way to solve this problem is to purchase a Dual Sim PAYG Mobile, like the The Nokia 301, dual sim mobiles can take two sim
The Nokia 301 DUAL SIM Mobile Phone ON AMAZON, 2.4 inch display, Panoramic picture function, multiple bursts of shots at once so you can select the best, Long-lasting battery life Standby Time 936hrs Talk Time 6hrs, This is a 3G phone, looks Old school but feels New school, 3.5G connectivity, using your favourite apps Facebook, twitter and emails, allows you to take self-portraits using voice commands, panorama functionality.
Elegant design and functionality.
Just the right choice for all those who would like to make calls
At least with these, you know where everything is, you know what everything
Advantages of Payg mobile phone?
- No committed contracts – walk away whenever you want.
- No surprise nasty bills – because you can only use pre-paid top-up.
- No credit check – like in contract mobile phones.
- Available to under 18s– unlike pay monthly contracts where one must be 18 or over
- Excellent value – there are no minimum monthly charges.
- Its real easy to manage – as you know exactly what you’re spending.
Disadvantages of Payg mobile phone?
- Very light users also need to be aware that if you don’t use your PAYG
mobile for a long period, your provider may assume it’s no longer in use
and deactivate the number. If this happens, you might lose any credit
that you have on the phone.
How do I Top Up my Payg Mobile Phone with airtime?
as you go mobile phones are the mobile phones that users add
airtime/talk time by purchasing vouchers from shops, in contrast to
contract phones users, who pay a set fee every month for a
pre-determined amount of texts, talk time minutes and data allowance.
Another way for payg mobile phone users to purchase talk time is by
calling their network provider on a freephone number and use their
credit card to pay for airtime directly.
airtime purchasing method is by using a purchased voucher that predominantly
requires the user of the pay as you go smartphone to make a free-phone
call to their network and enter a computer generated number.
purchased airtime is added to their pay as you go mobile phone instantly.
who provide pay as you go mobile phones have a time limit, this means
customers must use up the airtime they have purchased during that time
limit, while others networks have a cut-off time after which point the
voucher becomes void. But take note that, many do not have time limits
on pay as you go mobile phone airtime usage at all.
airtime has run out with owners of pay as you go phones, toping up
again is needed, until then they will still be able to receive calls
and text. With some networks they are usually also able to pick up
voicemails, although this may be different depending on what network
provider one is with.
As we already know we have to pay the full cost of the
phone up front, and then purchase airtime top-ups to use the operator’s network. These
top-ups include an allotted number of talk-time minutes, text messages and/or megabytes of