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It's been three weeks since I switched to Cricket Wireless and I'm happy with the service thus far. Having 4 gig of data was freeing, and I sucked it up willy-nilly. I refused to put my Play Music into download only mode, and streamed music in the car; Instagram posts were made on the fly... Continue Reading →
In November of 2015 I switched my mobile carrier from Verizon to Project Fi and have been very pleased with the service and the savings. Since switching, my cell phone bill has been about $30.00/month (between $26 and $32). I've been able to keep my bill low by being careful about data usage, which is... Continue Reading →
It’s amazing how important our cell phone numbers are today. Cell phone numbers are as important as a social security number these days, so be careful where you give it out. Facebook still does not have my cell phone number, and I refuse to give it to them now. When Facebook started asking for my... Continue Reading →
Think about how many services are tied to your cell phone number (Snapchat, Facebook Messenger, Allo, Whatsapp, Kik, etc…) and how often you give it out to obtain a loan, credit card or a doctor visit. How much information can be obtained by knowing your cell phone number? Is your cell number the equivalent of... Continue Reading →
I wasn’t surprised by the outcome of this article, but was shocked by the prices of some of the other phones and their quality.NPR: When It Comes To Smartphones, Are Americans Dumb?
It’s time for a new phone, which means I’ve been looking at phones for about a month (I know, I never really stop looking). I’ve been looking for the closest thing to a Nexus experience on Verizon, which got me looking at the Motorola Razr HD. Ever since my awful experience with the Motorola Pebl... Continue Reading →