Half the Cost
*30 day Unlimited Plans include 3 GB of high-speed data per 30 day cycle. After 3 GB, your data speed will be reduced for the remainder of the 30 day cycle. High-speed data is restored once a new 30 day service plan is redeemed at the end of the 30 day plan cycle. Other limitations, terms and conditions of service apply. Straight Talk reserves the right to terminate your service for unauthorized or abnormal usage. Please refer always to the latest TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICEat straighttalk.com.
†† "Half the Cost" is based on a service comparison of the largest contract carriers’ monthly online published prices for comparable individual contract plans and Straight Talk Wireless 30-Day Unlimited* talk, text, data and 411 service plan, excluding the cost of the phones. Excludes limited time offers and promotions. Source: Carriers’ websites as of October 2014.
** Limited 4G LTE availability in select markets. LTE is a trademark of ETSI. Nation's Fastest 4G LTE claim based on a comparison of U.S. national carriers' average 4G LTE download speeds for Android™ and Windows® smartphones and iPhone 5®. 4G speeds not available everywhere.
§ From MONEY® Magazine, July 2014 ©2014 Time Inc. Used under license. MONEY Magazine and Time Inc. are not affiliated with, and do not endorse products or services of, Licensee.
◊ Comparison based on nationally advertised $45 plans.
Straight Talk SIM does not work with the $30 All You Need Plan.
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Power off your cell phone. Remove its battery cover, and then remove the battery.
Locate the SIM card slot inside the battery compartment of your phone. If you don't have an easily-accessible battery compartment, the SIM card slot is located on the side of the phone, or you don't have one.