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So I currently get my phone service on a family plan with my fiancee. This made a lot of sense when we lived 1000 miles apart, what with all the talking we did.
Now, however, I live with her, and am able to converse with her in person. I don't really talk on the phone like at all anymore. I'll make maybe 5-6 calls a week, and most of them are 5 minutes tops. I'm comfortable using Skype for the occasions that I need to make an extended phonecall.
I'm on T-Mobile, and from what I can tell I can but this to convert my existing phone to prepaid. After that, their pricing page suggests that I could spend $100 and get 1000 minutes, which would last me like a year.
Anything I'm missing here? Seems like there's always a catch with these tricksy cell phone companies.