Lifestyle

Check out some tips on how Straight Talk can fit into your everyday life and be more than just your wireless provider.

What Does Your Wireless Plan Say About You?

Your phone can say a lot about who you are. Faux fur cases are for fashionistas and camera lens accessories are for the artistic at heart. But have you ever wondered what your wireless service plan says about your personality?

With our new $55 Un...

How to keep your New Year’s Resolution

We all know a new year is great for reinvigorating your optimism and rejuvenating yourself, but we’re also no strangers to how hard it is to hang on to that spirit and keep a New Year’s resolution. Luckily, we’re ringing in this year with mo...

Status Symbols: Decoding your Mobile Phone’s Status Bar Icons

Remember when all you knew about your cell phone was the number of bars you were filling on that little staircase and how many tiny slices of battery you had left? Devices these days broadcast what seems like a novel’s worth of hieroglyphics in ...

4 Ways to Wake up Smarter with your Smartphone

When Daylight Savings Time ends Sunday night, millions of phones across America will automatically set themselves back an hour, gifting their owners with an extra hour of sleep. Technology truly is wonderful, don’t you think?

We think Straight T...

Introducing BYOT—Bring Your Own Tablet to Straight Talk

Tablets seem to be everywhere nowadays. That’s why we created our Bring Your Own Tablet (BYOT) program. BYOT offers everything you love about Straight Talk for your tablet. BYOT is compatible with virtually any GSM tablet and offers coverage on T...

Straight Talk Is There for You at the Airport

Spring is in the air, and we hope all of you have exciting plans to take advantage of the warmer weather. Before you head out to Yosemite, the Grand Canyon or anywhere else our coverage on America's largest, most dependable networks has you...

The World Needs More Straight Talk, Not So-Called “Value Plans”

Many major carriers have recently shifted their long standing “contract” business models to start allowing customers to switch to cheaper plans if they buy or bring their own phone. The new plans are marketed as “value plans” and feature s...