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DO...Get to know your phone and its features.

DO...Use a hands-free device if possible.

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A prepaid cell phone is one that allows users to pay in advance for their service without the commitment and penalties of a long term contract. While contract plans are still the most popular form of mobile phone service, prepaid cell phones have become very popular in recent years and have grown in use amidst rising contract prices. Most cell phone companies now provide prepaid cell phones and prepaid cell phones are even available in many convenience stores and gas stations.

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. Know when it is safe to talk on your cell phone. You should not talk on the cell phone during hazardous driving conditions. If , or weather is severe, don't use your cell phone -- it is simply not worth risking a crash or your life!


DO...Make sure your phone is in easy reach.

A cell phone is useful in emergencies and is definitely convenient. However, it can be abused. Drivers who engage in lengthy or involved conversations are just asking for trouble. It is very hard to concentrate on driving while you are trying to make vacation plans or comfort a friend in the hospital. You should not engage in stressful or emotional conversations that may distract you from your primary task - driving your car!

This information has been provided by the Florida Highway Patrol. Even though talking on a cell phone while driving is legal in Florida, it can result in a traffic ticket if you break a road rule or cause an accident. Keep your drivers license in good status and keep your cell phone use for emergencies only when driving a car!

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DO...Reserve phone usage for emergencies or important calls.

Prepaid cell phones are actually rather easy to understand. When the customer purchases a prepaid cell phone, he/she sets up an account that is directly connected to that specific phone. The customer is able to add money to the account via online payments, over the phone, or cash. Some prepaid cell phone companies allow users to buy a certain number of minutes for a specific price while others charge a fee for each minute that is used.

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Many users switch to prepaid cell phones, or “pay-as-you-go” phones, in order to avoid the penalty fees associated with most contract plans. Likewise, users who cannot guarantee sufficient funds for a monthly cell phone bill can use prepaid cell phones to have service when he/she can afford it without worrying about an impending deadline.

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Unlike a contract plan, which charges the user a bill after the term of service ends, a prepaid phone charges the user before the term of service begins, allowing the user to know exactly how much he/she is paying for the service.

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The disadvantage is that they are deactivated when a user’s monthly term of service ends or his/her minutes run out. In contrast, contract plans are usually only deactivated when a user fails to pay the bill for two consecutive months, but the cell phone company may charge the user a late fee.