If you are interested in getting straight talk family plan, there’s good news and bad news. The bad news is there’s technically no such thing as a straight talk family plan. The good news is that depending on the size of your family, individual straight talk plans are cheaper than one family plan from other traditional carriers like ATT, Verizon, T-Mobile, etc.
We break down the differences between the plans so you can see for yourself how straight talk can be cheaper for your family. And, we always recommend you checkout the latest offers at straight talk or see if there is a current promo code.
Straight Talk for Families
Quick background: Straight Talk is a pay-as-you go prepaid wireless phone service that requires no long term contracts, no credit checks, no activation fees, no monthly bills and no age limits! You can also bring your own phone to Straight Talk and just use their SIM card.
The Straight talk plans
- $30 All You Need Plan with 1000 Minutes, 1000 Messages plus 30 MB of data
- $45 Unlimited Plan with Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Messages & Unlimited data (note, the data is not completely unlimited – and there is no tethering allowed)
- You can save a few extra dollars if you purchase multiple months of service at a time. Buy 3 months save $5, buy 6 months, save $15. These are total savings, not monthly savings.
Some simple math will let you know how much it will cost for your family depending on how much each member uses their phone. Check out their latest offers on phones.
*** If you love the freedom of the no contract plans, you should take a look at Republic Wireless for your family. They have plans starting as low as $19 per month. You can find a Republic Wireless promo code and read more about them here.
Other Family Plans
T-Mobile – They have a simple family plan calculator that makes it pretty clear how much it will cost. You should note the data limits on the additional phones. You will also need to factor in the cost of the phones.
Verizon – Here is the Verizon family plan page. Verizon is not cheap, but they do have the ability to share a single data allowance across all devices if that is appealing.