We bit the bullet and bought a phone yesterday at SETAR. The location we used was downtow, across from the Catholic Church kinda behind the Renn. Setar has its own building and is in the parking lot of the post office.
The unit intself was like 50 and it came with like 5 minutes. We bought minutes for 30. The way it works is calls to the US use more minutes up. Local calls use less minutes. The phone can tell you how many minutes are left. SO, we have our own Aruba #. To keep it active after 6 months we have to contact Setar to maintain it as our own.
Simple, easy, and we're psyched. Also, it wil work in the Carribean. So daughter #2 can take it on her cruise in Aug. and can call home.