One of the few luxuries we have is our iPhones. It’s such a useful tool that’s fully integrated in my life. I can blog on my iPhone (Blogger), keep our family calendar up to date (COZI), track my calories (Myfitnesspal), my pregnancy (What to expect), my work outs, my weight, my steps and sleep quality (Fitbit) , handle task lists (Reminders), get directions based on my current location (Maps), do my banking (Mint), upload memories for my son to his life book (Moment Garden), play free music (Amazon Music), find out how close my husband is using his gps coordinates to get dinner ready on time (Find iPhone), and plan my meals for the week then create a shopping list in ten minutes (MealBoard). Needless to say, the iPhone is almost a necessity for me.
9. It’s free to tether! They even encourage it! You can run your laptop or your iPad off of your iPhone’s data.10. Very transparent charges. You don’t have to worry about hidden anything. (See the chart at the bottom of this post).
11. You can save $25 on your first bill by signing up using this link!
If you have questions, I’d love to answer them. There’s very few companies that get brand loyalty from me (Wegmans and USAA), but Ting has officially made the list.
Early Termination Fee: They’ll pay 25% of your early termination fee up to $75.00. (Click here)
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