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Let's see.. what to talk about....

September 2nd, 2014 at 05:26 am

* I like reading SA in the mornings. I don't know why exactly. I just do. Feels refreshing. Kind of like a shot of financial caffeine to get the day going and staying focused. Uh ok, I guess that's why.

* After testing the Sprint network for a weekend, I have decided to complete my shift over to Republic Wireless. Moved my phone number over, and cancelled my older provider.

Unlimited voice, text, and high-ish speed data for $40 a month. Unlimited talk and text for $10 a month for my parents. Plus, I just loooove the Moto X.

Mmmmm what else... Not much really. To me, no news is good news though. So long as things keep rolling forward, I am content, and they are.

4 Responses to “Let's see.. what to talk about....”

  1. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    Yeah, really! Chugging along with things on an even keel is good! That's a great deal on the phone, too.

  2. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    I'm glad that you are liking the Sprint network. I may be switching to Ting soon, so will also be experiencing Sprint's network for the first time in my life. I've been with some version of ATT since 1999 when I got my first cell ...

  3. Tabs Says:

    To be frank, Sprint's network is probably the worst out of all the major carries. However, just because the coverage and its data speed may not be as good or as fast, that doesn't mean they can't be good enough for you depending on your needs at the time.

    That's how I was. I was on Sprint's network for a while until I was at a job site where I had ZERO coverage. So I had to switch to someone who did, because I really needed to be able to make calls at work (especially from bosses trying to call me).

    But now I am at another job and situations have changed again (and with some improvements on their data coverage), now I can come back to Sprint again.

    So yeah, Ting is a great way to get your feet wet and see if it will work for you.

  4. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    When my boss gets back tomorrow I plan on asking for the Wifi password at work - if I can get it, then there will be very few places I would need to use data from Sprint's network. I also generally only make calls from home, especially now with the change in my life circumstances. So .. whether Sprint's network is good or not won't be too big of an issue for me.

    My two biggest drawbacks right now are still being in contract and having to get a different Sprint compatible phone. Both which Ting makes much easier with various programs.

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