October 13, 2011

Time to Switch to Straight Talk

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I don’t use my cell phone much, but when I need it, I need it.  I can’t do away with it entirely, but I’m determined to lower my bill.  My current plan is as low as it goes, and I’m still paying more than I think I should be, and it now doesn’t include text or nationwide service without roaming charges.

I think Straight Talk is the plan that’s going to save me the most money, while keeping the services I need.  I’m undecided yet which plan to go with;  the All You plan has 1,000 minutes, 1,000 texts and 30 mb of web data, but I think I’m leaning towards the unlimited plan for $45 a month, which includes calls, texts, picture messaging and web use.

One of the biggest draws for me is that I can get all this with NO contract – no activation or termination fees either. Every other plan I’ve used locked me in with a two-year contract with a stiff penalty to bow out prior to that.  I’ve fulfilled my contract as of this month but already paid my bill, so I’m headed out soon to find a spiffy new phone that has the apps I’ll need and will sign up before my next bill is due with my old carrier.  I might even opt for The power of Android and get my butt in gear!

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I’m determined to turn a spare bedroom into an office and have it paid for before the end of the year, so the two months of savings on my cell phone plan will go towards that goal.   I don't know about getting my dog's nails done, but I intend to Feel Richer with Android.  What would you do with money you saved if you cut your cell phone bill in half?

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