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First, you'll need to know what other signal (GSM or CDMA) works best at your location... If Sprint or Verizon CDMA is weak or nonexistent, then AT&T or T-Mobile (or an affiliate) GSM carrier might. Once you have this, find a compatible cheap handset to activate and make a couple test calls. Base the MVNO of your choice on this THEN choose from the options shown on the linked site.
FWIW I use Page Plus (Verizon MVNO with BYOD) that offers voice as low as $0.04 a minute with an $80 refill that's good for a full year.
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