The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.
We may be one of the few tech driven families left that hasn’t cut off our home landline service yet. We’ve contemplated it many times, however we’ve never bitten the bullet. Our main excuse is the thought of our mobile bill going up even higher than it already is. However, I recently came across a great solution: Zact, a no contract smart mobile service with nationwide coverage that lets you completely customize and save– right from your device.
Working off the Sprint cellular and data network, Zact provides customers with nationwide coverage while allowing you to pick their voice, texting, and data plans à la carte. And, Best Buy Mobile Specialty Stores are the exclusive U.S. retailer to offer the Zact smart mobile service. Until now, customers could only buy Zact online at their website, but now they’ve partnered with Best Buy Mobile specialty stores to offer it exclusively in stores.
With Zact you save BIG because you pay only for what you use, and you get money back toward your next month’s bill if you don’t use all of your service. I was shocked to learn that the average bill is roughly $22 a month! I also like that each plan is sharable, so you can share talk, text, and data between family members without hefty line fees.
And Zact gives parents peace of mind. You can set allowances on the amount of talk, text and data, set curfews, set allowed or blocked contacts, and control which apps your child has access to. That’s an awesome feature! Learn more about Zact here.
Best Buy Mobile™ specialty stores include 414 stores nationwide, conveniently located in malls and shopping centers. Shop for the latest smartphones and tablets from Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and Zact from all the top brands. The staff is highly trained, and non-commissioned, so they can help determine the right phone for you, as well as compare plans across the carriers.
To find a Best Buy Mobile specialty store, go to http://bestbuymobile.com/.
Have you made the switch yet from landline to only mobile phones? How has your experience been?