This post brought to you by Straight Talk Wireless. The content and opinions expressed below are that of A Mother Thing.
Did you know that we don’t have cable in our house? With so many streaming services available, we don’t really have the desire to pay for live TV. And did you know that we don’t have a land line telephone? This is because we all have cell phones that are pretty much attached to us at all times, and a land line seems totally unnecessary. Plus, my husband, bless his heart, is as much of a cheapo as I am! I remember at our wedding, Mark’s best man said to me (as we were standing in front of the justice about to marry us), “Katie, you are the CHEAPEST woman I’ve ever met!” I’m pretty sure he meant it as a compliment.
The fact is, in this day and age, it’s all about getting a good deal. And getting locked into any sort of a contract becomes a REALLY big hindrance in making sure you are always receiving the best offers. It’s no good getting stuck paying a certain amount every month for a year when the day after you sign the contract you get offered the same service for $10 less per month (this has happened to me COUNTLESS times!).
So it’s always refreshing to see services like Straight Talk Wireless offering amazing deals for a great price. With Straight Talk Wireless you get:
- $45 Unlimited Talk, Text & Data
- Same phones, same networks, half the cost
- The most high speed data of any $45 Unlimited plan
- Nationwide coverage on America’s largest and most dependable Networks
- Keep your phone, your number and your network with the Straight Talk Bring Your Own Phone program
As my kids get older, it’s products like this that I need to be thinking toward. Giving them the ability to reach Mark and me any time, day or night and anywhere they happen to be, just in case. It means we never have to run out of minutes or worry about topping up. It means we can send silly jokes to each other as often as we like via text or email. It means I can keep on top of my social media without worrying about being cut off. And it means I’m part of a dependable network that won’t let me down.
It’s not anyone’s right to have great cell service at a great price. But it’s a heck of a privilege! Who wouldn’t want that?