I know i’ve been going on and on and ON about cell phones lately, really i’ve going on and on about a lot of things- but with us just having paid a ridiculous sum of money for this house’s deposit, and today having to pay the first months rent, it’s becoming very clear just how tight our finances are going to be until Thomas starts his new job next month.
Another cell provider for your consideration: Straight Talk. Get everything you need while still cutting your cell phone bill in half, possibly even more. You don’t have to worry about contracts, surprise fees, and no credit checks (I for one know how much of a hassle having or getting good credit is these days).
They offer reliable nationwide coverage, and reconditioned phones for only $10.00 from only the most trusted manufacturers.
You won’t have to worry about running out of minutes before you can call a friend Straight Talk 2 has plans that fit just about everyone, affordably. Unlimited everything is only $45 per month- that’s most likely LESS than half of what you’re paying now. Do they have you Hook, line and sinker yet?
Why pay more when you can pay much, MUCH less for the same thing? And without worry of paying an enormous cancelation fee if you aren’t satisfied? Again, another thing that I am all to familiar with, and none too pleased about. I could be using that money for birthday or even Christmas presents, instead I have to pay an enormous cancelation bill.
I like to mommy people, so believe me when I say: mom knows best
Don’t take my word for it, take it from an actual Straight Talk customer, who expresss everything i’ve just written about:
I am weak pic.twitter.com/LYdRQ6EZcC
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