Each year, manufacturers like Apple and Samsung upgrade their smartphones with exciting new features. If you like to keep up with the latest technology, I’d like to remind you of one of the convenient ways that Consumer Cellular makes it easy to do so.

With our EasyPay financing option, you can upgrade to a brand new, top-of-the-line smartphone and pay it off, interest-free, over time. Simply put down a small amount at the time of your purchase, then pay off the remaining balance in $25 installments. The amount due is conveniently added to your monthly Consumer Cellular bill with 0% interest.

If you’ve been thinking about stepping up to one of our premium Android smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ or Galaxy Note10, or Apple’s latest iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max, you’ll be delighted with this handy, affordable way to get started. You can check our complete selection of devices to see which ones are available using EasyPay right now. The amount of the down payment required will vary depending on the device you choose. After an initial credit check, you’ll be enjoying your new phone in no time.

Here are a few other important things to know about Consumer Cellular EasyPay:

  • Your monthly installment payment is $25, no matter which device you purchase.
  • There are no interest charges or additional fees.
  • You can make early payments or pay the full balance at any time.
  • To eliminate worry about paying your bill on time, EasyPay financing is setup using our AutoPay program. With AutoPay, you’ll receive an invoice each month showing the charges due. On the due date we will automatically apply your payment using a credit or debit card that you provide.
  • If you cancel your service before the EasyPay balance has been paid, the remaining amount will be billed at the time you cancel.

Next time you’re in the market for a new device with your Consumer Cellular service, be sure to look for the EasyPay financing option. It’s the “easy way” to stay connected with the best phones on the market.


  1. Beth says

    What are the phone plans how much

    reply to Beth

  2. TRACY TYLER says

    Please Contact Me I Like Person 2 Person Talking I’m Really Thinking About Changing Services

    reply to TRACY

    • Hi Tracy, we would be delighted to speak with you and go over any questions you have regarding our service. If you would like to speak with a person, you have a couple of options. One would be to give us a call at 800-686-4460, or you can also visit a partnered retail location if you have some basic questions about service. You can find the location that is closest to you visit our website here.

      reply to Jacob

  3. Misty says

    How good is the service in the DFW area dallas ft worth Arlington places like that ?

    reply to Misty

  4. Kathy says

    I just bought a new phone. However, I want to switch over. Can I use this phone and get coverage from CC? I am an AARP member??

    reply to Kathy

    • Hi Kathy, thanks for your question! If your new phone is unlocked from your current provider and is able to take a SIM card, it may work on our network. We cannot guarantee that all models will be compatible, but our agents will do all that they can to see if we can get that working for you.

      reply to Jacob

  5. david says

    If I wanna get a phone through you guys,do I have to get a phone plan with you guys?

    reply to david

  6. Phillip Boyd says

    Can I activate my personal phone

    reply to Phillip

    • Excellent question, Phillip. If your current phone is unlocked from the current provider and is able to take a SIM card, it may work with our network. We cannot guarantee that all models will be compatible with our network, but our agents will do all they can to see if we can get that working for you.

      reply to Jacob

  7. Jack says

    What’s going on with our voice mail?

    reply to Jack

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi Jack, I see that you were able to call in and speak with one of our agents about your voicemail. If you need any further assistance, please feel free to call us back at 888-345-5509 or chat here.

      reply to Nicole

  8. Moses says

    How does replace/upgrade work after having 7 months of service with you?

    reply to Moses

    • Hi Moses, that’s a great question! You can use that if you are wanting to get a new phone to use on your account. I would advise that it is not an upgrade system though so if there is an EasyPay plan on the account, it would still need to be paid off moving forward.

      reply to Jacob

  9. CLB says

    How many phones can be purchased through Easy Pay? We have 4 members in our family on your plan.

    reply to CLB

  10. Richard Matz says

    I noticed I’ve been updated to 10gigs is there a price difference?

    reply to Richard

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Thank you for posting, Richard! We actually just increased the data allotments for all of our Connect plans, effective yesterday. This means that you will get more data at the same cost you were paying before. You can review more about this change in a different blog post here. Have a great day!

      reply to Nicole

  11. Jorge val says

    What about when i go to mexico…how much is roaming from there, if I make or recieve a call?

    reply to Jorge

  12. Lori A Kurtz says

    Does the easy pay plan come with protection insurance in case phone gets damaged?

    reply to Lori

  13. Hillary says

    What are the requirements to meet the easy pay iption? I have a debit card that receives my monthly as I benefits.via a direct express debit card, would this be permissible as a payment option in regard to easy pay?

    reply to Hillary

    • Thanks for your question, Hillary. For EasyPay we run a credit check to determine the eligibility for the account to have access to it. If you are a new customer, or this is your first EasyPay with us, we do set you up on autopay until the phone is paid off and we could connect it to a debit card if that is what you prefer.

      reply to Jacob

  14. Samantha says

    What if you apply for easy pay and check out and your credit isn’t good enough for easy pay what happens?

    reply to Samantha

    • Hi Samantha, thanks for your post. If you apply for it and if the account is not approved for it, we will let you know before the check out process completes. This way you can decide whether you’d like to pick a different phone, or you can pay for the phone in full to use on the account.

      reply to Jacob

  15. Jacqueline Byrd says

    Be glad when get my table

    reply to Jacqueline

  16. David says

    When i looked into the easy pay plan it said after a payment today it would be $10 per month for the phone i wanted but when i selected it my estemayted bill went up $22. Why tell me 10 if it going to be more then that?

    reply to David

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi David, the cost listed on our website is before taxes are applied to the order. The additional cost would be taxes on the total cost of the phone.

      reply to Nicole

  17. Lisa says

    I have two easy pays on my account (for me and my son) my daughter needs a new phone and I want easy pay yet the boxes are grayed out. Are you limited to two easy pay payments on an account?

    reply to Lisa

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      That’s a great question, Lisa. That is correct, there is a limit of two EasyPay plans per account. Once one of the existing EasyPay plans is paid in full, you can order another phone on EasyPay.

      reply to Nicole

  18. Kris Kite says

    I am feeling a little stuck for to me changing from Boost Mobile over to Consumer Cellular. I bought an all in one SIM Card for Consumer Cellular, however, I found out that my phone is locked by Boost Mobile & they refuse to unlock it due to me having 8 days left before I would of had this phone for one year with them, ( their policy ). I year my phone to clock in & out from work and now I am unable to phone, text, or receive any communication, since I have no phone use available from either provider.

    reply to Kris

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      That’s definitely a difficult situation to be in, Kris. If you urgently need a phone, we do have them available through our retail partners and you can find one in your area here.

      reply to Nicole

  19. Stephen Bennett says

    Hello! I purchased my iPhone XS about 4 days ago, it transferred my info from my other iPhone well! However I am still unable to call with my new iPhone XS!? I like the phone, and I’m wondering if there is other info or procedures you’re staff failed to notify of!? Thanks!

    reply to Stephen

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Thank you for taking the time to post, Stephen. I see that you were able to speak with an agent to get this resolve. If you need further assistance, please give us a call at 888-345-5509 or chat with us here.

      reply to Nicole

  20. ruth m bradley says

    i had a phone given to me-same consumer cellular was used-all of her info is still on the phone-i took it to target -they put the card from my phonr into-so i have the same phone number ,but all her accounts are still on it–facebook-google-etc etc
    how do i get them off?

    reply to ruth

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi Ruth, the easiest way to get all of her stuff off is by fully resetting the device. If you don’t want to do that, then you can just go into the individual apps and log out there.

      reply to Nicole

  21. Shawn Lehrke says

    how many active easy pay contracts can I have at one time on my account? I have two right now, and would like to do a third to replace my husbands phone that is acting up.

    reply to Shawn

  22. Marika S Paige-Johnson says

    If I replaced my phone with another one . Can i keep both of them ?

    reply to Marika

  23. Amari Thomas says

    I have a question, would be able to get another Easypay phone if i replace the phone that i payed off on my account?

    reply to Amari

  24. Lori Picone says

    Logged into my account to purchase a new phone on easy pay and it is grayed out on all phones?

    reply to Lori

  25. Susan says

    In the past I have paid my EasyPay off early. It wasn’t complicated, but I’d like to do that now but I can’t figure out how without calling. Is there a way to pay early on the computer?

    reply to Susan

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi Susan, you can make an EasyPay payment when logged into your account here. Once you log in, you can click the Menu button in the Billing module, and then click “Go to Billing”. On the next page you’ll have the option to review your EasyPay plan, and make a payment towards it.

      reply to Nicole

  26. Stacie says

    Hi I currently have two easy pay phones I’m paying on. If I wanted to buy the new iPhone 14 outright through Apple can I still use it with Consumer Cellular with my existing number and just keep making my monthly payments? I talked to customer service and they said yes but I just wanted to confirm because I can’t pay off my easy pay and buy a new phone.

    reply to Stacie

  27. Emma says

    I want to get a phone on easy pay but don’t know how to go about it, can you help explain step by step on the procedures in getting it?

    reply to Emma

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