See here if you want to buy top up codes. I have $10 codes in stock: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=94535.0
The $10 keeps your phone active for 4 months. The charge is 10¢ per minute and 50¢ per month. But there are better pins which I will also be stocking if there is any interest. I can order $80 pins which are only available from dealers like myself. The $80 pin includes a $4 bonus, it activates the phone for an entire year (12 months), and your rate is only $0.04 per minute. That's like getting about 170 minutes for $6.67/mo. and you don't have to fool with it for a year.
I am an authorized Page Plus Dealer (d/b/a Macintosh Liquidation)
Any off contract Verzion phone (except blackberry) I can activate. Dual band Sprint phones (must support 850 MHz) should also work, basically CDMA 850 MHz phones. I can port numbers and add credit and we can do all transactions in BTC.
I also sell used Verizon(/Sprint) phones because I recycle used cell phones. I pick out the good ones for resale with Page Plus Activation.
You can have a phone number anywhere in the United States if you buy a phone or activate your old Verizon(/Sprint/CDMA) phone.
You can see all the plans at http://www.pagepluscellular.com/
but obviously don't buy there, we can just transact with BTC here.
To activate your old CDMA compatible phone is $10 USD (1.15 BTC as of the time of writing). This does not include any airtime, so you would also need a $10 pin code. Total 2.2 BTC to reactivate your old Verizon phone just lying in a drawer. Any area code in the United States is available, just provide a zip code.
You can port a number but it requires paperwork (I need all of the information such as your billing address, old phone number, account number of old provider, etc.) so it costs $20. This is also much less anonymous in case that is of concern. It's easier to just pay the $10 and get a new number.Used Phones For Sale
Nokia 6016i color screen bar phone, with charger and good battery (at least 48 hours stand by), pre-activated with $10 pin, with your choice of area code (based on zip code), Priority Mail shipping to the 50 states: $50 USD (5.7 BTC at the time of writing).
Details of phone: http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=514
I also have a Motorola v325i that I am getting erased and prepared. It's a flip phone with Bluetooth, charger.
I also have a very old Qualcomm QCP-860 that works. All the numbers are rubbed off so you have to know which ones to push. But this phone does not have any GPS or E911 or location support at all. For some reason if you don't want to have location support in the phone then you may be interested in this phone. Good battery with aftermarket charger.
Data/text charges are extra as detailed on Page Plus website.