Net10 Reviews and Ratings


Average: 3.5 (68 votes)

Net10 Reviews

Networks used:

Sprint, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile

A sub company of Tracfone, Net10 has been operating since 2004. The company shares many of the phones that are offered under the Straight Talk brand.
Unlimited plans are a more recent addition to the Net10 lineup, priced at $50 for Calls, Text and Web. Furthermore, Net10 has introduced a BYO program, where you can bring an unlocked GSM over to the company, and use either Net10 GSM Sim card pack that is either AT&T or T-Mobile compatible.
Many iPhone owners have turned to the BYO phone program. This move is primarily because the plans they have been using with other providers have been way too expensive. After reading this you'll be able to get the best deal on a net10 phone.


Current Phone models:
Net10 LGL46C Review
Motorola Ex431G Review
Net10 Samsung Galaxy S II Review
ZTE Merit Review
NET10 LG Optimus Q Review
Straight Talk Motorola EX124G Review
NET10 LG800G Review
Samsung R455C Review
LG Optimus Black (Net10)
NET10 LG900G Review
net10 LG Optimus Net Review
 Net10 LG231C Review
Net10 LG Optimus Black
Net10 LG290C Cell phone Review
LG225 Cell phone Review
NET10 Samsung R355C Review
Net10 LG600G review
Net10 LG200C Cell phone Review
Net10 LG100C Review
LG220C Cell phone Review
NET10 LG400G Cell phone Review
LG320G Cell phone Review
NET10 Samsung T401G Review
Net10 LG620G Review
NET10 Samsung T201G Review
Samsung T201G
Samsung R335 Review
Net10 LG300G Review
Net10 Samsung T404G review
  NET10 Motorola EM326G Review
Net10 Samsung R451C Review
Net10 LG1500 Review
Samsung R335C
Samsung T404G
Motorola EM326G
NET10 Motorola C139 Review
NET10 Nokia 1600 Review
NET10 Motorola V171 Review
NET10 Motorola W408g Review
NET10 Motorola W375g Review
Motorola C139
Nokia 1600
Motorola V171
 Kyocera 126C
Motorola W375G
If I was going to recommend one phone out of all the ones offered I would suggest the ZTE Merit as this phone is just a great little performer, and is very easy to use.
If you’re not into touch screen phones, then the LG900G is a great phone too,  it feels like a blackberry to use.
Many of the customers who use the Net10 service have been with the company since the start, and talk very highly of the service, and the money, they a have saved over the years.
The network coverage depends on which phone you purchase, many of the basic phones that are used on Net10 are using Verizon and T-Mobile network.  However, some of the Android phones that are offered utilize the Sprint & AT&T networks. So as far as coverage goes to you’re going to get the best out of city coverage on AT&T and Verizon based handsets.
30 Day Monthly Plans – No Carryover Minutes or Service Days
Price ex-tax
Unlimited International Calling 30 Day Plan
Unlimited 30- DAY Monthly plan
750 Minutes 30-DAY Monthly plan
Pay As You Go – Carryover Minutes and Service Days
Price ex-tax
900 Minutes & 90 Days of Service
600 Minutes & 60 Days of Service
300 Minutes & 60 Days of Service
200 Minutes & 30 Days of Service
Web Exclusives – Carryover Minutes and Service Days (not in stores)
Price ex-tax
1500 Minutes & 180 Days of Service

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