Talk isn't cheap.

Apparently, I made a $17.10 phone call to a friend in Fort Collins, CO. It lasted exactly 38 minutes. Now, I’m no math wiz, but that’s about 45 cents a minute. Yesterday, I discovered that my work related daytime phone usage has more than tripled my cell phone bill. I think it’s time to switch plans.

Luckily, I found this, the aptly titled article: “Tips to End Your Existing Cell Contract

And yes, I’ve considered switching to AT&T, you know, so I can get an iPhone. A cell phone that will do anything and everything you can think of! I can’t wait until I’m able to say “iPhone, earl grey, hot”, and for a simple $3.00 transaction fee, Starbucks will teleport a steaming cup of tea to me. Ideally, one would hope this next generation technology would be free… but we all know how the world works.

However, even though I’d love to watch YouTube, order sushi, and read the NYTimes on my cell, I think I’ll save my $500 to pay off my existing cell phone bill.

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