Buying Minutes is Easier Than Ever!
Your Q Link phone has been there when you needed it most, or, when you just wanted to call a family member or text your friend “hello.” But, do you sometimes find yourself running low or out of minutes? Even if you already have our 500 free minute talk and unlimited text plan, you may need extra.
Don’t buy a prepaid or secondary phone to talk or text with friends and family! You can simply buy more minutes whenever you need or want instantly on your Q Link Lifeline phone by clicking here. You will save time and money by choosing to purchase your additional minutes at our super low prepaid rates.
Your phone usage may change. One month you may only use a third of your minutes, and another you may use them all within a couple weeks. If you ever find yourself out of minutes, remember, you can always buy more on www.qlinkwireless.com, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Some of our customers confess that they have a prepaid phone as a backup to use if they run out of minutes on their Q Link phone. This is simply unnecessary. Prepaid phones are expensive to buy, and other companies’ pay-per-minute plans aren’t that cost-efficient either.
With Q Link Wireless, you can buy all the minutes you need and still enjoy no contracts, no monthly bills and no hidden fees. Choose from 50, 100, 150, 200 or 500 minutes, or even Unlimited Talk for 30 service days*. You can see full details about our refill options here.
To buy more minutes, go to www.qlinkwireless.com and click on “Add Minutes” on the main navigation bar or just click here. Then, select how many minutes you would like to buy. To purchase your minutes, all you have to do is enter your Q Link phone number, and then follow the instructions to finish the checkout process.
You must use a debit card, credit card, or prepaid gift card to purchase more minutes, and the billing information must match the address we have on file for your account. If you don’t have a debit or credit card, you can purchase a Visa gift card to use for buying your minutes.
*Rates are subject to change.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in September 2013, and has been updated for accuracy.