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Family mobile phone plans are cell phone plans designed for multiple users to share. They typically allow each user to have his own phone but share the minutes and data allowances, and they are billed together as one uni... More »

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Family mobile phone plans can be compared by visiting the websites or local retail locations for mobile service carriers. Websites such as MyRatePlan.com, ConsumerReports.org and About.com offer price comparisons for dif... More »

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Shoppers can buy family mobile phones from Walmart.com. Wal-Mart also sells T-Mobile family cell phones and other brands via MyFamilyMobile.com. The site offers mobile phones from different brands including Samsung, LG, ... More »

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Boost Mobile offers two types of plans for cell phone customers; monthly plans and daily plans. As of 2015, Boost Mobile customers can choose from three monthly plans and two daily plans. More »

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As of 2015, iWireless offers three types of phone plans: No Contract plans, Freedom plans and Business plans. For the No Contracts plans, customers can choose Simply Unlimited, Talk+Text Plus or Talk+Text+Data. The Simpl... More »

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A cell phone can be illegally tapped by downloading a specific piece of software that can be created by a variety of foreign "spyware" companies. This software is not a physical piece of equipment, but is a program that ... More »

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Sprint offers a variety of cellphone and other device plans depending on the customer's individual or group needs, including the Family Share Pack, the $60 Unlimited Plan, the Unlimited Family Plan, data-only plans, home... More »

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