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Hottest New Straight Talk Verizon, AT&T, Sprint Touch-Screen Android Smartphones, Reviews, Free Shipping, Do Not Buy At Walmart, Please

February 28, 2013

 

Straight Talk 2012 best cell phone review Samsung Galaxy prepaid5 Hottest New Straight Talk Verizon, AT&T, Sprint Touch Screen Android Smartphones, Reviews, Free Shipping, Do Not Buy At Walmart, PleaseThe best new Straight Talk phones of 2013 are all powered by Verizon, AT&T and Sprint, are Android powered, touch screen and smartphones, by LG, Samsung and Motorola.  Check out reviews here for the LG Optimus Dynamic (see the review), the LG Optimus Showtime (see the review), the LG Optimus Q (see the review), the LG Optimus Quest (see the review), the Samsung Galaxy S2 (see the review), the Samsung Galaxy Proclaim, (see the review), the LG Optimus Zip (see the review), the LG Optimus Black (see the review), the Samsung Galaxy Precedent (see the review) and the Motorola Defy XT (see the review).

You could buy some of these Straight Talk smartphones at Walmart but if you buy them at Walmart, you won't get free shipping and more importantly, you are just supporting China more. Instead how about supporting an American mom, pop, work from home, small business like ours, which by the way, links directly to Straight Talk, for all of the best new Straight Talk cell phones and smartphones of 2013.

Free Shipping Straight Talk gif13 Hottest New Straight Talk Verizon, AT&T, Sprint Touch Screen Android Smartphones, Reviews, Free Shipping, Do Not Buy At Walmart, PleaseDid you know that every Straight Talk cell phone and smartphone is powered by AT&T, Verizon or Sprint? How can you tell which network your Straight Talk cell phone or smartphone uses? (answer below). Did you know that Straight Talk has a 30 day satisfaction guarantee? Did you know that you can trade up and get a new Straight Talk prepaid, no-contract cell phone, smartphone, touch-screen and android powered?

Here are some, but not all phones and which networks they use:

The LG Optimus Extreme uses AT&T, as does the ZTE Merit, LG Optimus Logic, and Samsung Galaxy S II. Verizon powers the Samsung Galaxy Proclaim S720C, Samsung Galaxy S Showcase S950C , Huawei Ascend Y M865C, LG Optimus Dynamic L38C, UNIMAX MAXBravo and LG Optimus Zip L75C.  Sprint powers the Samsung Galaxy Precedent, LG Optimus Black, LG Optimus Q, LG Optimus Net, Huawei Ascend II, Motorola Defy XT.

 

VERIZON Network Straight Talk Prepaid, No-Contract Cell Phones and Smartphones

Huawei FT2260C Wireless Home Phone Device

Straight Talk Unimax U670C

Motorola DEFY XT

LGL46C

LG Optimus ZIP  LGL75C

LG100C

Samsung r375c

Straight Talk LG 505C

Samsung R455C

LG290c

LG511C

Samsung R355C

Samsung R335C

Samsung R451C

LG220

LG200C

LG231C

LG221C

Samsung R810

Samsung Galaxy Proclaim S720C

 

AT&T Network Straight Talk Prepaid, No-Contract Cell Phones and Smartphones

Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy S II

LGL35G

ZTE Merit

Nokia E5G

Nokia 6790

Nokia E71

Nokia C3G

 

SPRINT Network Straight Talk Prepaid, No-Contract Cell Phones and Smartphones

LG Optimus Q

Huawei Ascend II

Samsung Galaxy Precedent

Samsung Galaxy S Showcase S950C

LG Optimus Black

get a free cell phone2 Hottest New Straight Talk Verizon, AT&T, Sprint Touch Screen Android Smartphones, Reviews, Free Shipping, Do Not Buy At Walmart, PleaseThe list varies but what we know for sure is that the three major networks cover every Straight Talk prepaid cell phone and smartphone, including all smartphones and cell phones, powered by Verizon, AT&T and Sprint, are Android powered, touch screen and smartphones, by LG, Samsung and Motorola.  Check out reviews here for the LG Optimus Dynamic (see the review), the LG Optimus Showtime (see the review), the LG Optimus Q (see the review), the LG Optimus Quest (see the review), the Samsung Galaxy S2 (see the review), the Samsung Galaxy Proclaim, (see the review), the LG Optimus Zip (see the review), the LG Optimus Black (see the review), the Samsung Galaxy Precedent (see the review) and the Motorola Defy XT (see the review).

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