I must admit I am one of the rare few that doesn't have a cell phone. Today, I wished I had one. My land line service was out for several hours and I didn't have a way to report it. I am unable to drive so I had to walk and find a neighbor that was still home. This made me wish I had one just for emergencies maybe once or twice a year if that much. I had one at one time but never used it but I had to keep buying minutes to keep it activated. The minutes rolled over but still that was too much when I wasn't using it. I found a plan that sounds like it might work for me. It is the T-Moble Pay-As-You-Go plan. This is the information I found on it: seniors: T-Mobile Monthly price: $3 Minutes/texts: Includes 30 minutes or texts. Additional talk and text are 10 cents per minute/message Data: Not included Phone prices: Start at around $60, but you can bring your own device, if it’s compatible. Activation fee: $20 “SIM Starter Kit” fee Learn more WHY WE LIKE IT: This plan is as basic as it gets. It’s also as cheap as it gets. For just $3 per month, you can use any combination of 30 minutes or 30 text messages. And, if you have a compatible device, you don’t need to fork over precious cash for a new cell phone. This plan is perfect for people who don’t really want a cell phone, but want the peace of mind that comes with knowing they can reach family or a medical professional in an emergency. Does anyone have it and if so, how do you like it? Is it as good as it sounds or what is the catch?