In this post, I’m going to share with you how I overcame one of my big concerns – leaving an “unlimited” data plan for one that has a monthly fixed amount of data. For me, that’s 8GB of LTE data a month now.Continue reading “7 Ways Your iPhone Burns Data to Keep You Chained to Expensive Phone Plans”
I’ve been an AT&T wireless customer for over 15 years, back when I joined Cingular Wireless in 2003. Cingular got purchased by AT&T somewhere along the way, and my pricing and service quality seemed to stay the same, so I stayed.
I stayed there for so long, I am sure I missed out on all kinds of “new customer” promotions that get offered by other carriers. That’s not why I finally dropped AT&T. Actually, I had more reasons to stay with them another 15 years than I did to leave them.
I’ll get to the part about saving $15,000 (really) soon.Continue reading “How I Saved $15,000 (really) by Switching Cell Phone Carriers, and You Can, Too (maybe)”
You’ve scratched and saved for it. The object of your desire. During the checkout process comes the question?
“Would you like to protect your purchase with an extended warranty?”
It sounds so reasonable.
If you are going to make decisions, you must include all the relevant information.
It’s impossible to make a good decision on purpose if you are missing key information. You may have luck and end up with a good result, but it’s not repeatable. People are wary of politicians, sales people, and anyone who is trying to change other’s behavior. This is smart to be wary – caveat emptor – buyer beware, don’t be deceived.
Buy what if you are the one deceiving yourself?
If you are job hunting and unsure of whether to disclose your salary history on the application, read this.
My contract got cancelled.
It happens. Well, it happened to me, and a bunch of other people I work with. Everyone is now scrambling to update our resumes, or CVs as I prefer to call them (curriculum vitae – roughly Latin for “the course of my life“), and secure new jobs within the company, or elsewhere.
Is it enough if you can afford the payment? How about if you pay with cash? Let’s look at the real answer.
Are you considering a big purchase, such as a new TV or appliance? Perhaps you just made one.
How do you know if you can actually afford something?