It looks like the Sunday newspapers are rapidly becoming the travel circular delivery mechanism of choice. Both Tourism Ireland and the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism had big inserts in our paper this weekend. But on the electronics front, not much monumental happened in terms of pricing this week as far as we could tell from the circulars. But there was news. Prices on some TVs actually went up in February, right in the maw of the retailing Armageddon that was the demise of Circuit City.
One of these recurring expenses is that cell phone bill. Believe it or not, most people can cut their cell phone bills in half without losing much in the way of features.
I am not sure why but Motorola also did not add a memory card slot, so there is no expanded memory on the Motorola i776w either. This is not a good thing since the internal memory is only around 7 megabytes. I only have about 47% free space available and that is with no saved pictures, just the applications it came pre-loaded with. A memory card slot definitely should have been added. If I did want to use the camera I would not be able to take very many pictures without running out of room.
Another company offering a similar plan to the unlimited wireless plan for Straight Talk, promocodebooster.com. The plan is called the boost mobile promo code Monthly Unlimited plan costs $ 50 a month for unlimited talk time, text messages and surf the Internet. There is a decent phone choice, and it may be that customers are looking for unlimited plans should consider the plan. Straight Talk Wireless Plans are also available online. You can get free shipping on all orders from the site. There are a lot of the current pre-payment transactions, the market there, so it seems to pay no more, you can find yourself the best deal.
Henry Ford, as I have previously discussed, often said that many people who run businesses have no idea how to run those businesses and how economics works on its most basic level. Obviously, Sprint Nextel Corp. is one such company whose ownership and management structure falls into that category.
Not sure you want to add them to a contract? Boost Mobile, Tracfone and Cricket Mobile are just 3 of the available prepaid companies. AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon also offer pre-paid services, among others. Visit your local Best Buy for a complete list along with information. Target, Walmart and Radio Shack also offer prepaid phones.