Most people would like to have a smartphone. The convenience you experience, using a smartphone, is incredible. It’s like having an organizer, laptop and phone in one. Unfortunately they usually don’t come cheap and mobile network operators are constantly advertising their newest and most advanced products and try to make them appear cheaper by trying to bind their customers with the help of the lovely thing called a contract.
In this article I want to explore, if you could get a smartphone while using a prepaid card. I have found out that there are various attractive plans and a few feasible smartphones out there when you have a closer look. Obviously you won’t get the newest technology but these phones should do the trick. So lets explore!
In this article I’m going to highlight the option you have to recharge your prepaid phones in Poland. There are various ways to top your cell phone, some more convenient than others!
Recharging via scratch card
This traditional way tot o top up your prepaid card is relatively time consuming and not necessary the safest method. You will have to pay attention to card you purchase. Make sure the protection layer oft he card has not been rubbed off or altered. The length oft he code is cumbersome to activate and you cannot always know whether it has been used before or not. Make sure you only buy these cards of a dealer you trust!
In my previous article I wrote about all the mobile network operators in Romania. In this article I’m going to introduce all the carriers that operate in Turkey. This big and fascinating country with a population of more or less 75 million has surprisingly only three major mobile network operators. The good thing is when you decide to travel in turkey for a while you wont have to worry about expensive roaming fees because you can simply buy yourself a prepaid card from one of these operators! And since they are all very well established, nobody should have any major problems with topping up mobile credit to their prepaid phone. On top of that occasionally you do get a bit of bonus minutes/sms for every recharge you make. Just like in many other countries the general rule they follow, is that you get more freebies the more you top up. In Turkey prepaid customers will get units every time they recharge their phone. The term Köntor that is used in Turkey is the equivalent to units.