Last updated on October 4th, 2018 at 12:14 pm
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It’s that magical time of year once again when the tax refund checks start showing up, or don’t, depending on your circumstances. Since my husband and I both work for ourselves, we rarely see a return. But guess what? We got some money back this year! Not much, but enough to buy a few things for the kids that had been on their spring wish lists and to start me out on an Unlimited Talk Text and Data/Web plan through Walmart Family Mobile.
While grocery shopping the other day I stopped by the Walmart Family Mobile center and was in shock at how affordable their plans are and how nice some of the phones are. Unlimited Talk, Text and Data with Walmart #FamilyMobile for only $39.88 per month, sign me up! I was a bit disappointed at the selection, though. I really wanted the Nokia Lumia phone but settled for the Concord for $49.88. I can’t believe I found a good phone for under $100. I also bought the starter kit for $25.00 which has a SIM card in it.
I’m always on my phone and need a reliable way to stay connected to my e-mail especially. I could easily miss out on a great opportunity if I’m not able to access my e-mail on the go. I was a bit skeptical about the service with a prepaid phone, but I worried for nothing; everything is great. Since we didn’t get too much back this year for tax season, we really wanted to max our family’s return, and I feel like we did that.
Activating my phone was easy and I had it done within a matter of minutes. I called to activate my phone, but it can easily be done online as well.[Tweet “Unlimited Talk, Text and Data w/ Walmart Family Mobile #FamilyMobile #MaxYourTax”]
My husband and I are excited about how much money we will be saving by switching to the Walmart Family Mobile plan. Our new monthly service isn’t a contract, it’s service without a contract. We are charged monthly and then when we are ready to cancel all we do it tell them we want to end our service. I would still have to contact them, but that’s easy to do. Neither one of us have ever used a non-contract plan before, but we’re really happy with how it’s working out for us thus far.
How do you plan to #MaxYourTax return this year?