How important is it for us to be connected with people around us? How important is cell phones for us? You would say, a lot. That brings us to the next question. How useful can a mobile phone be to someone with their household income less than 136 percent of the federal poverty line? A
It’s a jungle out there when it comes to cell phone service available in the market. Lifeline service providers are trying to come up with offers that will help customers curb the expenses that are being hovered around call rates, text messaging rates, and fees. Look beyond all that jazz, though. Let’s sum up some
Everyone loves discounts. Getting discounts on phone calls is like the icing on the cake. We all love our phones a bit too much, so hands-down, a Discounted Lifeline Program* is the best thing to happen to mankind since bread. Yay! Hold on to your horses…did you miss that asterisk I put on the term
Every time your phone rings, you expect it to be from your loved ones, your office or your friends. Your worst nightmare blows up on your face when you realize that the call you so hurriedly rushed to pick up is from a call center trying to sell you something you didn’t want or need.
We all love our smartphones. They are like miniature computers. We get basic phone functions, along with advanced features, like internet browsing, accessing email, interacting on online social networks, listening to music, watching videos, uploading pictures, and using apps. Oh, and how much we all love that oh-so-useful-and-friendly QWERTY keypad to make texting and emailing
Americans are among the world’s fastest adopters of smartphones, with almost two-thirds of customers currently using a smartphone. The ability to connect anytime and anywhere is one of the reasons that Americans love their smartphones. You want to connect to your friends and family, and enjoy the convenience of conducting personal and professional business in