www.consumercellular.com/aarp – No Contract Cell Phone

Consumer Cellular AARP

  • There’s no activation fee for customers to start Consumer Cellular service, saving customers $35
  • Consumer Cellular phone plans don’t have a contract requirement, has no penalties for changing aspects of a plan, and even have special discounts for AARP members
  • Every cell phone plan from Consumer Cellular includes Caller ID, call forwarding, call waiting, three way calling, and voicemail with no extra monthly fee

Finding the right cell phone plan can be an incredibly confusing task, but Consumer Cellular is one of the easiest and most affordable options for seniors to have their own cell phone. The cheapest AARP Consumer Cellular plan is $9.50 for “Bill Per Use” minutes. Other plans include prices like $14.25 for 250 minutes, $19 for 750 minutes, and $28.50 for 1,500 minutes. The unlimited AARP Consumer Cellular plan is $47.50, and provides as many minutes as the customer can use. If customers have more than one Consumer Cellular phone, they can share their minutes between plans.



Consumer Cellular AARP Comments

  • Consumer Cellular is a very highly rated carrier based on Nielsen’s Mobile Insights survey data
  • Please note that Consumer Cellular pays royalty fees to AARP for use of their name
  • This offer could end at any point without notice

Who is Consumer Cellular?

  • Many years, Consumer Cellular received the top customer satisfaction rating from Consumer Reports
  • Consumer Cellular works on AT&T and T-Mobile networks, and sells AT&T wireless service through other virtual operators
  • For 2016, Consumer Cellular was projected to have over $1 billion in total revenue
  • In 2016, PC Magazine awarded Consumer Cellular the highest overall satisfaction rating among all mobile carriers in their Reader’s Choice Awards

Consumer Cellular was founded in 1995, and was a pioneer in “no contract” phone plans. Consumer Cellular primarily markets their services to retirees. When Consumer Cellular signed an agreement to work with AARP, their customer base skyrocketed from 30,000 customers to over 2 million customers. Consumer Cellular focuses on people who don’t use their phone often, and only use it for talk and text, instead of apps and Internet usage.

Any questions or issues regarding the Consumer Cellular AARP can be directed to:

  • 1 (888) 726-7951
  • 7204 SW Durham Rd Ste 300, Portland, OR 97224

Primary references

  1. www.consumercellular.com/aarp