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The Best Prepaid Phone Plans Under $40

We’ll have to apologize — we do this every year, and every year the price goes up. But, there’s a method to the madness. There are a lot of prepaid calling plans from a lot of carriers, and some of the plans in the $30 to $40 range are just too good to ignore. Why? Because in some cases, you can get unlimited 2G data plus a good amount of 4G LTE data for that price. That’s a pretty sweet deal! The last year has been an interesting one for the major carriers.
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