Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Unlimited Nights Time Frame of Top Wireless Carriers

The top wireless carriers offer unlimited night minutes to attract and gain more customers. This offer is indeed tempting because a caller can make unlimited calls during this period. However, there is still a need to exercise care when using this feature because every carrier has a different time frame for nights that is stated in their contract.

The last thing you want is to be charged for a call that you thought to be within the nights period. You should read the time frame for nights on the contract or terms and conditions of your carrier before you start making calls. Let me give some information on the nights time frame of various wireless carriers as stated on their contract.

You can avail of AT&'s unlimited nights minutes at 9 p.m. You can choose the option of changing that to 7p.m. by spending $9 more per month.

If you bought the "Power Pack" wireless plan of Sprint, then you should know that you can avail of unlimited nights starting at 7 p.m. You can make "night" an hour earlier or 6 p.m. by paying an extra $5 every month.

T-Mobile's unlimited nights begin at 9 p.m. and cannot be lowered by paying an extra fee.

Alltel’s “National Freedom” plan offers nights beginning at 9p.m., but its “Smart Choice Packs” have nights beginning at 7p.m.

Your unlimited nighttime minutes will commence at 9p.m. if you have purchased 450 minutes from US Cellular. You can avail of unlimited nights and weekends two hours earlier if you buy 900 minutes.

Verizon Wireless offer unlimited night minutes from 9 p.m. and no offers are made to extend this period.

Just by looking at these offers, it's clear that Sprint has the best nights policy because a subscriber can enjoy limited nights as early as 7 p.m with out paying any extra fee. This means that if you do most of your calls from 7 p.m. then Sprint may be the the best choice for you.

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