Opp Loans quoted Best Cellular on topics concerning the hidden dangers of “free phone” providers. These include Finance charges on ‘free’ devices as well as ‘No contract’ cell phone plans. Some of these plans lock the customer into an ‘agreement’ when financing the new phone. A customer may not be in a contract for service, but cannot switch the “free” phone to another carrier. They can move the device only after the term limit is up. Alternatively, customers can pay the phone financing charges (with interest) in full.
Opp Loans also quoted us about hidden ‘Service Convenience Fees’ and details such as ‘Reasonable Usage Policy CAPs’ on mobile data. However, reasonable Usage Policy CAPs on mobile data exist on every MVNO and wireless carrier (for good reason).
We have attached their short video entitled “Why Us?” According to Opp Loans, “Finding a loan online can be scary. Predatory lenders are out there, trying to take advantage of people in need. OppLoans is different. With an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau and amazing customer ratings, OppLoans is your trusted home for fast, affordable, more personal loans.”
They say you can get started simply by visiting OppLoans.com and clicking, “Apply Now” to begin the easy application process:
After entering your basic personal information, they will assign a personal loan advocate to help with friendly, 5-star service every step of the way.
You can obtain approval in minutes and receive money in your account as soon as the next day.
“OppLoans rates are much lower than payday loans and the repayment terms are longer too.”
Please note, BestCellular.com is not affiliated in any way with OppLoans.com. This press release simply expresses our thanks to them for featuring BestCellular.com in their recent article about saving money with prepaid wireless services.
OppLoans - "Affordable Phone Plans to Avoid Bad Credit"
We're proud to say that we were recently quoted by OppLoans.com in their article titled, "Affordable Phone Plans to Avoid Bad Credit". Opp Loans quoted Best Cellular on topics concerning the hidden dangers of “free phone” providers and others.