Smart Phones: Free WiFi and Internet Calling with No Service Plan!
If the mobile phone company in the market researcher to listen to. There is an incomplete market for mobile phone users today: For those of us who would like from the web-based apps are the benefits of a smart phone over WiFi without paying unnecessary costs (to us) a 3G contract.
After taking over the WiFi in the world! Those of our budgets, or who can solve the disconnect yourself from Facebook, when driving at "hotspots" may wish to limit our mobile phone, Internet usage, when we are in WiFi hotspots, and pocket savings contract.
But as a quick Google search will reveal, there are not many simple answers about how to get the WiFi features of 3G without a contract. I googled "smart phones wifi any service contract" dozens of times.
My search I found no company openly offers a smart phone with WiFi capabilities that will offer you a free packet of data when WiFi is available in the remaining talk (and possibly text plan). If I missed it, you can associate with us in the direction of the company in the comment section. I did, however, one company offers an excellent alternative to the data plan issue. See the note at the bottom.
After much searching and a small chance, I found an alternative that I like. I turned my new Virgin Mobile Optimus V phone, the WiFi capable device with a WiFi calling capabilities.
First, out of the box wifi Optimus V, in addition to services. Phone led me to focus, but I just started to tinker instead. No problem. I went into the settings and create a wireless network in your home WiFi connection.
I also downloaded an app called KeepWifi that keeps me connected to the wifi even when my phone goes into sleep mode. It alerts whenever you receive a new message on my Gmail or Yahoo account. I love it!
Free WiFi in a phone call plan!
Two simple steps:
1) Register a free Google Voice account on your computer. You may even have to choose your own phone number!
2) Invest in 4.99, the groove on the acquisition of IP Andriod Market, downloaded to your Optimus V
You are ready to make free phone calls! I found the call quality is good. Goodbye MagicJack!
So there are limits to the possibility of a smart phone, I'm presenting. You probably still want to have a phone service, landline or mobile) service provider to another, especially if you want a cell phone.
I have a small but very cheap entry-level phone Virgin Mobile prepaid plan because I rarely cover where I'm at a fixed or hotspot. I chose not to port your number from Virgin Mobile, Google Talk, you can do), how I love that my main number (I had years ago.) Laptop.
If I ever chose to get the smart phone plan from Virgin Mobile, a 35.00 unlimited text and web for 300 minutes plan. Bad! But now, I pocketed the money (which is 420.00 per year) and enjoy my newly rigged "hybrid" call phone.
* There is a company that is currently in beta testing with a great smart phone plan, which aims to WiFi users. I write about next. So big name companies, pay attention! Users are ready to be a cell phone plan for development of the market!
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