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Walmart #FamilyMobile Offers Unlimited Talk Text and Data/Web #CollectiveBias

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When it comes to graduation gifts, I am known to gift some pretty fab gifts.  I'm a tech geek and I oh so love gifting the latest in technology and gifting technological costs nowhere near what it costs say, 3-5 years ago.  Some fab tech finds can be found for under $100 like the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit phone with an accompanying #FamilyMobile plan. And really, what grad wouldn't want the latest and greatest in cool new phones?  Walmart Family Mobile offers unlimited talk text and data/web plans perfect for every budget.
  


I purchased a Walmart FamilyMobile plan last year when the twins went to Summer camp.  They were far enough for our plan to consider calls home roaming so we opted for an inexpensive talk and text plan to stay in touch over the Summer.  Talk about a wise purchase...we're STILL using on the Walmart Family Mobile. Walmart FamilyMobile is among the lowest priced unlimited plans I've ever seen.


Walmart FamilyMobile phone and plan are perfect for staying in touch while your kid is away at college and unlimited data Walmart FamilyMobile is a WINNER!




First of all, it's available at Walmart.  Look for the Walmart FamilyMobile kiosk in the Electronics Department.  You'll see some really cool phones on display and you can play around with them and find just the perfect phone for you. 

Secondly, there are some really cool phones, like the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit I chose.  This phone features picture caller ID, music ID, visual voicemail, speakerphone, a 5.0 MP camera, up to 9 hrs. talk time, and up to 27 hours of music play time.  My kids showed me how to connect my phone to our wireless printer. Now I can print all my pictures and my emails from my phone. 



WOW!  And apps!  APPS GALORE!  I'm loving my new phone.  Of course there's YouTube and Books but there's a GPS Navigation app and tons of other apps.  

















Third, purchase a Walmart FamilyMobile Standard and Micro Sim Starter Kit for $25.  There are Starter Kits for android and IPhones so be sure to get the Starter Kit that's right for you. 

Then visit www.myfamilymobile.com.  You can choose sign up or activate your phone online.  It only took me about 8 minutes to activate my phone.  You can get a new number or port your current phone number.   

There are two (2) plans to choose from: $29.88 Unlimited Talk and Text and a $39.88 Unlimited Talk Text and Data/Web and includes 2.5 GB of 3G data.  Unlimited web sure comes in handy for studying and finding things to do and places to explore on campus.

Paying for your service is easy also.  Whether you choose to pay online or at your local Walmart.  I guess I should mention why it's called Walmart FamilyMobile huh?  You can add up to 5 additional lines and receive a $5 discount for each line you add.  So far we only have two phones on the plan but as soon as the contract ends on our other phones, I'm sure we'll add a couple more lines. 

So congratulations to all the graduates and wishing you much success on your future endeavors and to all those looking for the perfect gift be sure to check out Walmart FamilyMobile.




Disclosure: I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for Collective Bias and its advertiser.




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