Have you finally reached the end of that oppressive (and expensive) two-year contract with your mobile
phone carrier? Time to start shopping for cheaper alternatives.
It's a common misconception that you have to stick with the same service provider after your contract
expires. But there's a very good chance you can indeed shop around, as a number of upstart prepaid
carriers now offer similar (and in some cases better) service for considerably less money.
I'll use myself as an example – or, rather, my daughter. She has a hand-me-down iPhone 4 that's
currently part of our AT&T Family Plan. But her phone is out of contract, so we're under no obligation
to stick with AT&T. (My wife and I will be out of contract as well come October, so this will be a great
chance to test the waters with another, cheaper, service.)
By Rick.BroidaGuest Blogger
at 12:15PM, 10 months ago |
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Let's face it, we're not Fonz so hitting our gadgets doesn't work for us no matter how smugly we smirk. This is something I've always known, but seems the universe saw fit to remind me of…all in the last week.
Here are some common, annoying tech problems and roadblocks and how to bypass them without losing your cool:
at 3:02PM, 4 years ago |
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