A point of clarification…

Is it worth it to pay the termination fee + upfront cost of a new device to shift to a price plan that provides one low monthly payment.


I promise, I wish I was making my numbers up. Looking at this bill and knowing that I paid $517 in cellphone charges last month and I still owe $241 is ridiculous 😩😩😩

I’m sharing because… I know better. And now that I know better I’m going to do better + encourage YOU to do better 😌.

I don’t care if my data doesn’t run at lightening speed… You know what I’ll be okay with my Instagram, YouTube, & Facebook notices showing up a little delayed. I don’t need to see your life at lightening speed.

I don’t care if the iPhone is a superior device. Because let’s be honest I was going to replace my iPhone 5 with the iPhone 6+ simply because it’s new + pretty.

So my loyalty to Verizon isn’t about the device quality or superior coverage plans.

My loyalty was because of marketing 😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩… Can you hear me now?!?!??

If you’re reading this and you don’t think you can afford to pay your bills, your student loans, and your tithes on time, I double dog dare you to open up your cell phone bill and see if you’re more loyal to marketing than you are to your own financial happiness.


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