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10 Reasons to Switch to Page Plus

1.  Nationwide coverage

Page Plus offers reliable coverage on one of the largest networks in the United States. See our coverage map.

2.  Save money

With plans starting at $12 a month and no contracts to sign, you can save over $500 a year on your cell phone bill. Check out our mobile prepaid plans.

3.  Simple to start

With no contracts to sign, no commitments and no credit checks, getting started with Page Plus is simple.

4.  Keep your number

Did you know you can switch to Page Plus and keep your current phone number? Page Plus allows you to keep your phone number through a simple process called a port-in. Click here for more information on porting.

5.  Various plans to fit your usage needs

There’s a Page Plus plan to fit any lifestyle. We offer pay-as-you-go plans for low-usage consumers as well as monthly bundle plans that include talk, text and data.

6.  No data throttling

Data throttling — slowing down the mobile Internet speed of a consumer who uses too much data — has become a common practice for cellular providers across the country. Finally, there is a cell phone carrier who doesn’t – Page Plus.

7.  Online account management

We feel it’s important for our customers to have the ability to manage their account online. With an online account through Page Plus, you can keep track of your balance, refill your account, add/edit/remove phones, setup automatic renewals and much more. To get started, click here.

8.  Large network of authorized dealers

Page Plus prepaid cell phones, mobile plans and services are provided by thousands of retail dealers throughout the United States. Use our store locator to find an authorized dealer nearest you.

9.  Fully staffed, U.S.-based, bi-lingual support

When you have questions, you want answers. That’s why Page Plus has a fully staffed, U.S.-based call center in Holland, OH where we provide both English and Spanish support over the phone and Live Chat support for those of you who prefer a quick method of getting answers to your questions. For more information about our customer service, click here.

10.  Easy to switch between plans

With Page Plus, you have the freedom to switch to any plan at any time, and it’s simple. Click here to learn more about switching plans with Page Plus.

  1. Robert Larsen
    February 28th, 2013 at 09:22 | #1

    My wife and I had phones on an AT&T shared plan for $81/month including taxes. We bought Verizon phones on Ebay and ported our numbers to Page Plus in January 2009, which lowered our average cost to $40/month. That means that we have saved close to $2000 using Page Plus. Also, the coverage is better than what we had with AT&T. I am a very happy Page Plus customer.

    • February 28th, 2013 at 16:58 | #2

      Robert,

      That’s great! Thank you for your loyalty as a customer and I hope you continue to enjoy the service, quality and most importantly, the savings!

      - Benjamin Lewton
      Marketing Coordinator
      Page Plus Cellular

  2. Stan
    March 9th, 2013 at 04:30 | #3

    My wife and I switch from a expensive Verizon plan to page plus. Now we pay a flat $24 a month for 2 phones. Can’t beat it!

    I also like have less data so I am not tied to my phone all day. It feels awesome to save so much money. I feel bad for people that are addicted to their phones consistently. checking text/emails. My buddy pays over 100 a month for his silly iphone.

  3. Mary Noseworthy
    March 11th, 2013 at 05:15 | #5

    I am in the process of switching all the family phones over to Page Plus. Went ahead and did mine, because it will take along time to update profile infos everywhere. Just love Page Plus. Bought me an upgraded phone on Ebay and called C/S. Took 10 minutes and all done. And the customer service people are very nice and helpful. Soooooo glad I heard about you from a friend. I am telling everyone I know about you. I am a very happy customer !

  4. Nehalenni
    June 17th, 2013 at 07:35 | #7

    We were on Verizon Contract paying $150+ pr month for my smart phone and husband’s old flip phone. I was grandfathered into the unlimited data package. When I checked my usage 6 months in a row, it averaged about 180MB! I was way over paying! They refused to downgrade my data package because I was using a data device. I could cut cost by cutting the call/ text package, but none suited our usage. They offered Unlimited calls, 1400 shared or 700 shared minutes. So we ported both number to Page Plus and now pay $60 pr month for both phones, we each have 1200 minutes and never run out of calls, texts, or data.

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