If you are the type of person of people who enjoy using cell phones or enjoy the type of cell phone service or those who do not enjoy the cell phone service you have, this book of mine will inform you of the details about the two types of cell phone service and how they operate.

    "Unlimited No Contract Cell Phone Companies vs. Unlimited Contract Cell Phone Companies" is the title of my second book. This book was actually a research essay that I did in Fall 2011 for my English course at the University of Michigan-Flint, which I turned into a book most recently this October. Of course, the cell phone service has changed from when I wrote the essay. When I wrote the essay, there were unlimited family plans, individual monthly plans, and no share plans for no contract and contract cell phone services. There were so many cell phone companies for both types of cell phone service that I chose nine no contract companies and five contract companies for my research essay.

    The purpose for writing the research essay about no contract type versus the contract type was to make a point about which type of cell phone service is better for people like me in terms of affordability and intelligence by determining on three factors: cell phone deals, monthly plans, and fees and deductibles. When I researched the no contract cell phone companies such as MetroPCS, Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Cricket Wireless, Simple Mobile, U.S. Cellular, AT&T GoPhone, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless Prepaid and the contract companies such as Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, AT&T, and Verizon Wireless, I found that the no-contract cell phone companies had better deals on their cell phones, more affordable cell phone monthly plans, and more sensible insurance deductibles. However, the people who I interviewed for my research essay had experiences with their contract cell phone service and they do not mind spending more money for cell phone service. Of course, people will get great coverage, but it depends what type of cell phone service they get and how much they have to pay monthly for it.

    I have been with MetroPCS for two years for unlimited no-contract cell phone service, and I've been in love and in impression with their service. Their deals on their phones are always excellent, and their monthly plans, including their internet are mostly great and people who use the internet do not get capped on the amount of data they use. Even their deductibles are pretty reasonable for people such as myself who have history of their cell phones being misplaced, stolen, and damaged. Trust me, I've misplaced my cell phone on three occasions and I filed a claim and pay  low deductibles for replacement phones. So, it does not take a rocket scientist to realize that the unlimited no-contract cell phone service is the greatest and smartest route to go.

Look, you have the right to agree or disagree, based of your opinions about which type is the greatest cell phone service type you've ever had. But don't just take my word for it. For those who totally love the no contract service, this book is for you. For those who are in love with the contract service, this book is for you as well. For those who may be undecided of what type of cell phone service to use, this book can help you. I'm in pride for having written this book and self-published this informative book, and I am totally pleased with it myself. I hope when you read this book, you'll find yourself being astonished with it.

If you want to order this book, if you love reading the book with your hands, the paperback version of "Unlimited No Contract Cell Phone Companies vs Unlimited Contract Cell Phone Companies is on Amazon, which is this link: http://www.amazon.com/Unlimited-Contract-Cell-Phone-Companies/dp/1480106135/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1350764480&sr=1-2&keywords=Raphael+Harlan.

The paperback version is also on my book's e-store on CreateSpace, which is this link: https://www.createspace.com/4026311.  Please note: there is a difference is royalty for each book that is sold on Amazon and my CreateSpace e-store; for each book that you buy on CreateSpace, I make more royalty there than I do on Amazon. So, if I were a customer buying the book paperback, I'd choose CreateSpace. By the way, the price of the book on both Amazon and CreateSpace is $10.99.

For those who loves reading books online, the ebook version is on Amazon Kindle, which is this link for $6.00. http://www.amazon.com/Unlimited-Contract-Phone-Companies-ebook/dp/B009PGLB5I/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1350765098&sr=1-2&keywords=Raphael+Harlan

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