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Save a Bundle on AT&T Wireless Phones Compared to Lowell Massachusettes AT&T Cell Phone Stores!  Why drive all over Lowell comparing AT&T Wireless cellular phone deals when you can shop all major cell phone carriers including AT&T Wireless right here?  We offer free cell phones in Lowell MA from all major carriers including Verizon Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile. Alltel, AT&T (formerly Cingular) and Nextel.  Most of the AT&T cell phones we offer are priced much lower than any cell phone store in Lowell Massachusettes.  Why would you shop anywhere else!  Not only do we carry all major cell phone providers, we also offer the largest selection of phones from manufacturers such as LG, Nokia, BlackBerry, Palm, Samsung, Kyocera, Sony Ericsson, HTC and UTStarcom.  We offer free FedEx shipping to Lowell MA on all AT&T mobile phones when you sign up for a new individual plan.  We also offer the best deals on AT&T Wireless cell phone upgrades, AT&T family plans and contract extensions.  With most of the AT&T mobile phones being free and many where you actually get cash back after rebates, why would you go anywhere else!  Compare and Save on Your Lowell Massachusettes AT&T Wireless Cell Phone Today!
Basics of Cell Phone Service Plans
By choosing the right calling plan, a cell phone plan shouldn't cost much more than a traditional landline telephone.  However the huge number of choices in cellular plans can make simple comparison a bit of a challenge for anyone.  There are two important differences between a cell phone plan and a traditional land line service plan.  The first being that cellular customers pay for the amount of service based on both incoming and outgoing calls.  This has changed with some carriers offering free incoming calls, but paying for both incoming and outgoing calls still remains the norm.  With landline service you usually get unlimited calling except for long distance and incoming calls are always free.  The second is that by the nature of wireless service you're not tethered to one specific location as with landlines, allowing you to make a receive call from an unlimited number of places.  As a result a cellular bill is a very accurate tally of how long the customer talks, where they use their phone, what time of day the customer uses their phone and the numbers that the calls are received from or placed to.
Cell Phone Bill Components - Talk Time
Talk time is the total amount of phone usage, which is usually measured in minutes (partial minutes being rounded up), for calls placed and incoming calls received.  Most of the cell phone plans offered include a specific amount of of minute and are usually divided into daytime minutes and night and weekend minutes, all for one flat monthly fee.  Most plans feature unlimited night and weekend minutes, however any amount of minutes used over the daytime minute allowance is usually billed at a much higher rate.  Peak minutes, also know as daytime minutes typically run from about 6 am to 9pm Monday through Friday.  Because if the higher demand during daytime hours plans that include more daytime minutes are typically more expensive.  Off peak minutes, also known as night and weekend minutes, are minutes that fall outside of the peak minute calling times which is when the carriers are least active.  Off peak minutes are the least expensive minutes and usually are unlimited.
Number Portability - F.A.Q.
Q. 
How long should I keep my old account active after I transfer my number to my new carrier?
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  You should sign up for new cellular service and have the old number transferred to your new mobile phone account before you cancel your service with your old carrier.  Cancelling your service with your old carrier before the transfer is completed will cause you to lose the option of taking your phone number with you to your new cell phone provider.

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