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Coworker’s Cell Phone

June 18, 2013 Leave a comment

Okay. I have been recruited by a coworker to sell her old phone. Yay me. LOL
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Happy Belated Birthday Dad!

March 24, 2013 Leave a comment

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Celebrated my dad’s belated birthday today. Cooked him dinner and gave him his birthday present. Goodbye to Dad’s Samsung Galaxy SII and hellllloooooo to his new Samsung Galaxy Note II!

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Sold My Samsung Galaxy SII

February 10, 2013 Leave a comment

Today, was a sad, sad, day. I sold my Samsung Galaxy SII on eBay. I decided that I want to get the Samsung Galaxy Note II as my new, main phone. I’m SO excited for it to come, but it’s sad to see one of my most favorite phones go. 😦

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Samsung Galaxy SII On T-Mobile Prepaid At WALMART!

September 4, 2012 Leave a comment

Okay, so Walmart is now carrying the Samsung Galaxy SII forT-Mobile on their Monthly 4G (which is their prepaid service). You can just buy it and use it on your regular plan though. In store it’s $299.99 plus whatever it costs to activate a prepaid service ($30 usually). So, about $330 + taxes. If you’re lucky, you might be able to get someone who won’t ring up a prepaid plan for you. They’re technically supposed to sell them with an activation of some plan though so don’t hold your breath. Hahaha

People tend to want to do it this way because it’s either cheaper that way and/or they don’t have to renew their contract for a new phone.

The SII is available at Walmart but they carry so few that people are having a hard time getting heir hands on one! Not only is it an EXCELLENT phone but it’s also a VEY good price for being no contract and brand new! I’d definitely recommended it though. It works really well and is such a beautiful phone!

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Ting: $25 Dollars Off First Device!

September 2, 2012 Leave a comment

Remember that excellent-idea prepaid service I told you you about in this post: Ting: An Affordable AND Efficient Answer To Having A Smartphone?

Well, to sweeten the already-sweet deal, Ting is offering a $25 off your FIRST device on Ting!!! You just have to go through this referral link, add, your phone, pick your plan, and it should discount the phone at checkout! 😀 SWEEEEEET!

Here is the link. Just click and shop through it:

https://zk70mchli.ting.com/

Happy shopping! I’d recommend the LG Optimus Elite ($193)–which is what I bought–for the casual or beginner-type phone users if you’re looking for a smartphone! For the more advanced or high-end users, I’d highly recommend the Samsung Galaxy SII ($390) OR the Galaxy SIII ($529 for 16GB – $579 for 32GB). I have or have had all these phones and they all work really well and are really nice! And remember! You get $25 off!

Ting: An Affordable AND Efficient Answer To Having A Smartphone

August 3, 2012 Leave a comment

So the BF happened to stumble across the cell phone service-provider, Ting, on his on-going quest to ever extend his cell phone knowledge. Hahaha

It is one of the most affordable AND efficient answers to having a phone or smartphone. (We’re both always trying to find the best deal on getting a good smartphone). We just both ordered the LG Optimus Elite on Ting! SO EXCITED!!!

You can get more info on them here: https://ting.com/

Ting says: “Select your plans based on how many minutes, text messages and megabytes you think you will use. That’s what we bill you. Next month you will be credited or charged the difference based on your actual usage.”

Ting, runs on the Sprint service (which runs really well here in Hawaii). I have Virgin Mobile now which runs on the Sprint network and it’s awesome. It’s prepaid, so no contracts. You start off by picking how much minutes, messages, and data you think you’d use, and what it does is it takes your amount of usage in terms of minutes, messages, and data and it will charge you for only the amount you use. So if your usage changes from medium usage one month(500 minutes, 1000 messages, 500 megabytes of data), which would be $33 a month, to little usage the next month (100 minutes, 100 megabytes, 100 megabytes of data) then it dials your monthly rate back for only what you used, which would be $15 a month. And Ting AUTO calculates this for you according to your monitored usage and bills you accordingly. AND to ADD-A-LINE, it costs only $6 (and they can share the minutes, messages, and data with you!) Pretty neat right?

You can check out their plan calculator on their site here: https://ting.com/plans

If you’re a heavy data user and use more than 3GB a month, then Ting probably wouldn’t be great for you because it bills you by the megabyte after 3000 MB (which is just about 3GB). But if you can hop on wifi at home or while you’re streaming or using lots of data (to keep your plan’s data usage down), then you could get Ting and it’d potentially be very affordable and efficient for you!

AND THEY HAVE AWESOME SMARTPHONES AVAILABLE!! Here are some, or you can check them out also on the Ting site here: https://ting.com/devices

Like the Samsung Galaxy SIII (in both blue and white)

OR The Samsung Galaxy SII (in black or white)

OR The LG Optimus Elite (in black or white)

It’s definitely worth a look!! Try and plug in your own usage and see if it’d be cheap for you too! The prices can be SUPER LOW and the phones are nice! Their site also does a good job of explaining their plans as well. Check it out!

My T-Mobile Bill, Hahaha

May 14, 2012 Leave a comment

This is my T-Mobile bill this month.

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Believe it or not, thanks to some crafty maneuvering and deal watching, the whole bill has been paid for COMPLETELY, at no cost to me, as well as us getting two white Samsung Galaxy SIIs for free. 😀 (And no, I don’t mean that T-Mobile paid for it or anything… I just managed to go a roundabout way to get white SIIs for free as well as made some profit money to pay off the bill). 🙂

But isn’t just crazy to look at? Geez.

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