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As someone who works from my home – having great internet service and a high-performance mobile phone is critical. My clients don’t care if my internet went out. If I had a deadline, I better make it happen. When I have a conference call, I best be on it. They don’t care if I’ve maxed out my plan for the month. I just need to be on that call.
Lately, I’ve become slightly jealous of my husband. Don’t get me wrong. I wouldn’t trade my work-from-home job for anything, but the fact that he can go to work and know his internet and phone is going to work? Kinda nice. Not to mention that I doubt he’s changing the diapers of his colleagues. At least he better not be. Gross.
Yeah, it’s been a stressful month for me. With a new neighborhood being built beside our property, our internet service has been going out daily. And do you think the developer cares? My internet service provider? Not so much.
I’ve been needing to use the personal hotspot on my mobile device for internet quite often lately. Sure, it works like a charm. Until you get the bill. I do not want to tell you how many hundreds of dollars my bill for my phone was last month. It’s truly sickening.
I’m a fan of the phrase fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me. Well, I’m not ready to be fooled again.
Step 1: Switch internet services. That was pretty much a no-brainer. And, I’m happy to report we’re all doing much better now, including the kids who are much happier now that they can stream their favorite videos again.
Step 2: Investigate other mobile phone options. I’ve actually been pretty happen with my phone and service plan, but after I got that most recent bill? That stomach dropping bill? Time to figure out another way to get backup internet service when (not if) it goes out again.
Enter the T-Mobile Simply Prepaid plan. Paired with the Samsung Galaxy Avant mobile phone available at Walmart, I can now have unlimited talk, text, and data with my choice of a high-speed data amount starting at $40 a month on T-Mobile’s Nationwide 4G LTE Network. Added bonus? No overages, credit check, or annual service contract required. Dude.
I’m so tired of using data without knowing how much I’m spending on it. Problem solved with T-Mobile Simply Prepaid.
With the 4G LTE Network which has good service from my home, I’m now planning to use my Samsung mobile hotspot for internet service when my home line fails.
Another phrase I’m fond of? Always be prepared. When you own your own business, you gotta have contingency plans!
Side note: I’m wondering – what age do you give your children mobile phones? I was considering letting my almost 7-year-old take the phone with him when I’m not using it for backup internet service so that he could call me when the bus was leaving school. Thoughts? Good idea? Bad idea? Very curious to hear your feedback on this. Thanks!
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