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How does Straight Talk's auto-refill work?

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Auto-refill for Straight Talk works by automatically deducting the amount of the cell phone bill from the user's credit or debit card. To sign up for auto-refill, users log in or create an account, enter in debit or credit card information and sign up for auto-refill.

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Straight Talk is a no-contract cell phone provider with service plans that last for 30 days. At the end of each 30-day cycle, the service plan must be renewed or Straight Talk cancels service to the phone. A user signs up for auto-refill through her Straight Talk account. Straight Talk automatically bills the credit or debit card on file for the user, and there is no interruption in service.

Straight Talk sends an auto-refill reminder via text to the user before service is renewed. It also sends a text after the payment processes saying how much the payment was for and the next service end date. Straight Talk sends a receipt of each payment to the user via e-mail, and it sends an e-mail when payment is being processed. The user can cancel the account, or cancel auto-refill at any time .

Straight Talk is a service of TracFone Wireless Inc. Cell phones and service plans can be bought in-store or online. Straight Talk is also available for home phones.

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