Always looking to save some money, I was intrigued by the new STRAIGHT TALK line of prepaid cell phones available at Walmart. They have two basic plans. for $30/month its 1000 talk minutes, 1000 texts and 30MB of internet use. For $45 its unlimited for everything. So, is 30MB a lot or a little? I have always used a home based internet, so I never worried about the usage amounts. But since moving into the boonies, I decided it would be easier to get internet service through a phone, and use the computers at school if I really REALLY needed something that I couldn't access through a phone. So, how much is 30MB really? For somebody who isn't always online, but checks emails often and facebook often, is it enough?
Originally posted by StaggerLeeThanks for the input guys. CRZ, point taken.
ah, boob girl, we hardly knew ye.. (wipes away a tear)
We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift
Well, why are we giving up THAT much for him? Rivers, this year's 3, and next year's 1 and 5? In the words of Anna Nicole Smith (according to Kathy Griffin), I don'like it. I would have rather seen us keep that pick and use it... on someone else (no, I don't know... maybe trade down) and try to get Losman late in 1 or early 2 (which wouldn't happen, thanks to the Bills).
Any examples? We have RoadRunner here at work, and I haven't noticed anything in the (admittedly few) website I've been to. EDIT: Never mind, I realized that photobucket.com (which hosts my avatar pictures) is through Cogent.