Many cell phone plans exist that don’t require a contract, big deposit or credit check, and many of those plans — including pay-as-you-go plans — may even save you money.
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If you have bad credit, don’t start collecting quarters for pay phones just yet. Many cell phone plans exist that don’t require a contract, big deposit or credit check, and many of those plans — including pay-as-you-go plans — may even save you money.Read the stories below for more information on cell phone plans for customers with bad credit.
- How to get a cell phone if you have bad credit
- Getting a cell phone? Mind that other number: your credit score
- Bad credit customers pay more for Apple iPhones
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