Resolved Please Help! Net10 Refill Cards

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  1. jackwills, Mar 5, 2013
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    jackwills macrumors regular

    jackwills

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    #1
    Difference between them?
    Both are on the Bestbuy website

    Red one:
    NET10 - $50 Unlimited Prepaid Airtime Card
    This airtime card provides unlimited airtime, texting, e-mail and 411 services, so you can call or text message friends and family.

    PRODUCT FEATURES

    - Compatible with most NET10 nationwide mobile phone plans
    For wide-ranging compatibility.
    - Unlimited services
    Include talking, texting, Web/e-mail and 411 for 30 access days of service.
    - $50 value
    Allows you to keep in touch with friends and family with no roaming charges.

    White one:
    NET10 - $50 Top-Up Prepaid Card
    Enjoy limited talk time, text messaging and more with this NET10 $50 top-up prepaid card, which is compatible with most NET10 no-contract mobile phones to make it easy to stay in touch.

    PRODUCT FEATURES

    - Compatible with most NET10 no-contract mobile phones
    For wide-ranging use.
    - Limited text messaging
    To send your contacts messages.
    - $50 value
    For convenient continued operation.
    Monthly data usage on NET10 with the AT&T compatible SIM card includes 1.5GB per month (30 days)
    of full speed data. Most customers will use approximately 1.5GB or less.

    On the white card it said 30 days unlimited, but in the description by BestBuy it said enjoy LIMITED talk time, text messages..?? I am so confuse
    I want the unlimited everything plan for my iPhone 5
    I dont want to wine up buying a wrong one lol
    Thanks
     

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    Any difference?
     
  5. corvus32 macrumors 6502a

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    No. None that I'm aware of.

    FWIW, the blue and silver card is what I bought when I set up my Net10 service. A couple weeks later I went back to Bestbuy to get another one, and the red card was all they had.

    They're both $50 unlimited cards, and they both worked with my BYOP sim.
     

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