Total Call Mobile Plan Overview

  Total Call Mobile is really a jack of all trades. They offer both prepaid and postpaid services and also do the Lifeline program, where the government will pay to provide free cell phones with limited minutes and unlimited 911 access to families and individuals that meet certain criteria. Total Call Mobile was launched by Total Call International in 2006 with the goal of reaching both English and Spanish speaking residents. Parent company Total Call International has been in business since 1999. Total Call Mobile uses Sprint’s network and their coverage map can be found here. Total Call offers several different kinds of prepaid plans including pay-as-you-go, monthly limited and monthly unlimited plans. The pay as you go plans come in increments of $5, $10 and $20. Rates are $0.10/minute and $0.05/text worldwide. Cards expire in 30, 60 and 90 days respectively. Limited monthly plan – $30 This limited plan includes 1000 texts and 1000 voice minutes. There is no data included, and the plan expires in 30 days, although you do have the option to purchase additional pay as you go minutes if you run out. Unlimited plans
  • $40 Unlimited talk and text
    • expires in 30 days
  • Unlimited talk, text and data
    • $8 for 4 days
    • $13 for 7 days
    • $25 for 15 days
    • $50 for 30 days
All of Total Call’s pay as you go (or Anytime Plans, as they call them) include free international calling to 250 countries around the world (although I could not find a solid list, you can look by country here). Calling to other countries can be done with other plans at a set rate.]]>