DO I GET CHARGED FOR 411 CALLS?

The call is free, but minutes are deducted from your available allotment of minutes on your plan. […]

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Can I use my current cell phone number with StandUp Wireless?

Yes, you can use your existing phone number with StandUp Wireless. Keep your phone number active with your current service provider until you’ve activated service with StandUp Wireless. Then, call 611 for assistance in moving your phone number to StandUp Wireless. Before you call Customer Care, you will need the billing address, account number, and […]

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What features are included?

All StandUp Wireless plans include Caller ID, Call Waiting, Voicemail, and 3 Way Calling (additional airtime charges apply) […]

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Is there a contract?

No. StandUp Wireless never requires a contract. […]

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What if I don’t use all my service each month?

StandUp Wireless service plans do not roll over. […]

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What if I need more minutes or data each month?

You can add minutes or data to your account at any time by using the app, visiting the website, or calling 611 from your Standup Wireless phone. Top Up for as little as $5 using a VISA, Mastercard, Discover, or VISA Prepaid gift card. For a complete list of plans, click here. […]

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How do I check my balance? How many minutes/text/data do I get each month?

You can see your plan information as well as your balance online using MyAccount, or in the StandUp Wireless app. Make sure the app is up to date. Download the app at www.standupwireless.com/appdownload. […]

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How much does it cost?

Click here and enter your zip code to see what rates are available in your area. […]

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How often do I need to renew my eligibility?

Your initial enrollment eligibility lasts for a period of one year, assuming you continue to meet the eligibility requirements. Each year thereafter, you will need to renew your eligibility. The Universal Service Administration Company (USAC) will be in contact with you when the time comes to renew. […]

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How do I know if I am eligible?

Click here and enter your zip code to see what your state accepts as proof of eligibility. […]

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