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# 208251 2-Feb-2017 23:08
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I personally don't use that much because I have Wi-Fi at home so I am ok on the cheaper plans.  I just switched a friends phone to Skinny Direct since they are here temporarily until hey find a more permanent place and their Wi-Fi isn't that reliable.  If $30 gets you 3GB of data and unlimited minutes and texts isn't that a no brainer.  Why would anyone spend $30 with any other SIM provider?  


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I came over from regular Skinny the day they came out and have never looked back + many of my friends have switched over too. It is great for people like me who normally buy their phones outright and need calling and data. I don't personally use all 3gb data each month. The Spark network despite its recent issue is by-far the best network for me for coverage in the areas I go so would not go anywhere else.





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Call waiting yet? This is the only thing that has ever stopped me switching


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