[deleted.. overall irrelevant - actually not sure, brought it back]
No, but it did come with double mins for life, no extra card to buy. Net10 is where I first saw a Huawei phone. Their android phones require the 50.00/month plan, which made me think of it in the first place:
Unfortunately, no Net10 android phones are available in my area, which I cannot understand at all.
Once you start talking about Android phones and $50 plans, you may as well get a SIM from Straight Talk (same company America Movil (based in Mexico) as Net10/TracFone) and get whatever unlocked phone you want for $45 a month.
In my case, I'm good with 100-300 minutes of talk and some data, so what makes the most sense for me is either:
Virgin Mobile - use one of their phones, pay $35 for 300/min + unlimited (throttled to 256 Kbps after 2.5 GB)
T-Mobile - buy a SIM and put it in whatever compatible phone you want, pay $30/min + quasi-unlimited (throttled after 5 GB/month)
Nice round-ups of Prepaid plans in the US is on Prepaid Phone News (the second link I used as a source for the above info):The Best U.S. Prepaid Voice and Text DealsThe Best US Prepaid Data Deals
I'm probably not telling you anything you don't already know, and mobile phone requirements are very personal, but I can't help myself.
daddydave notes at long last this topic does not have the word phone.
[irrelevant to getting a cheap Android phone and just using as wi-fi. but possibly relevant to being disappointed that Net10 doesn't have Android phones in your area -- so that is why I undeleted it, I'll let you decide]