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Have you ever gotten an alert from your Time Warner Cable that your prices went up? I have, plenty of times. So how do you keep a promotional rate going without having to pay the high prices?
Last Friday, my internet rate went up from $44.99 to $52.99. I called
immediately and the first representative didn't offer me any
promotions. The second time I called, the representative offered me
$44.99 or $39.99 with a credit card on file. I chose to get the $39.99
with credit card on file for the next 6 months, which is a $13 savings
With prices going up and salaries going down, saving money nowadays can feel like an impossible challenge. If you're struggling to scrape together some extra cash, consider these nine money-saving tips.
This week Comcast announced plans to roll out a $10 per month Internet service
for low income families. But don't be too quick to celebrate--this
service is limited to families with children who receive free lunches
through the National School Lunch Program. You could be as broke as can
be, but if you're childless, you're out of luck.
Since news broke that Rep. Anthony Weiner had tweeted explicit photos of himself to several women, things have been getting progressively worse for the Congressman. Although Weiner has entered rehab, Democrats and Republicans alike are pressuring him to resign.
Obviously, Weiner's actions were wrong because they betrayed his wife's trust. They were also surprisingly careless considering his prior reputation as being pretty social media-savvy.
Photo via Flickr courtesy of Johnathan Nightingale
For Sony and its users, the news just keeps getting worse. First the Sony Playstation hack exposed the personal info of gamers, and then the Sony Pictures hack allowed the movie-going crowd to get in on the misery.
Now the hacking group responsible for the latter breach has posted the names and passwords of Sony Pictures users as a torrent file for all to download. But there is a silver lining: As noted on MetaFilter, helpful programmer Troy Hunt analyzed the leak to show that most of us don't choose secure passwords.
SugarSync is a fantastic storage service that syncs files from your PC to the Web, other PCs, and various mobile devices. Don't think you need it? Read the following TRUE HORROR STORY before you decide.