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Three years ago I went on a financial cleanup to come up with a much smarter budget that will best suit my family. In this process I've cut my cable, cut down on eating out and got rid my $120 phone plan.
I wanted to cut down the bill but I'd like to still have my service. I like my unlimited talk and text, I like my 4G LTE, I like a nice phone I can take selfies, write quick note, do my online banking, do research on the fly, not to mention my navigation.
You guys know I have the gift of getting lost, and my GPS is my lifeline. I didn't want the $120 bill but I want to know that I can still count on my 4G LTE coverage. Nothing scarier than when your phone starts buffering and the voice of that British woman says
"GPS signal lost"
So When I walk into my local Walmart and saw this sign!
"Perfect for people looking for a straight-forward and affordable unlimited 4G LTE data plan"
I raise both hands, That's ME! That's ME!!
Then you know what happen next, I brought this baby home with me. It's the slick gorgeous Samsung Galaxy Avant phone for only 149.99.
I got mine, so now how do you get yours? Walmart of course! You can't miss it, just look for the pretty pink in the cellphone aisle. Should look like this.
Take a closer look and there they are!
Now Excuse me while I take a selfie for IG! LOL
Ok! I'm done :)
The T-mobile Simply Prepaid plan loaded with Unlimited talk, text, and data with your choice of a high-speed data amount starting at $40/month, no overages.
My kids are not old enough to have phones, but I know some moms with teenagers that are gonna shout Hallelujahs over this. This is not only awesome for me to save, it's also a great way to keep in touch with older kids when they are out and about.
Keep them safe and save all in one. Now wanting to cut down bills is not simply being cheap it's being smart, from $120 to $40 that's an $80 instant bonus.
What can your family do with an extra 80 buck?
Tell me in the comments.