Android models from Straight are only on the Sprint network as of Jan 2012 which means service is limited to areas that Sprint serves.
As an alternative consider one of the Nokia smart phonemodels. While not having all the Android flash and eye candy they’re quite capable smart phones.
Does my Straight Talk phone run on Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint?
This is easy to figure out. Currently all phone’s who’s model number ends in “C” is a CMDA phone which means Verizon. If your model number ends in “G” it’s on AT&T. Currently (as of Jan 2012), all Andriod powered phones from Straight Talk run on Sprint.
Model number ends in:
C = Verizon
Android Phone: Sprint
Straight Talk has two simple plans a low price points for all their phones. Certain smart phones require the unlimited plan
Straight Talk All You Need plan: $30. This plan includes 1000 minutes of talk time, 1000 texts, 30MB of data, and free calls to 411 for 30 days.
Straight Talk Unlimited Plan: $45. This plan includes unlimited calls, text, data, and 411 calls for 30 days.
There are also 6 month and 3 month unlimited plans available at a discount for bulk buying.