this is a cool Ford, a hardtop convertible, very rare and very collectible. I had a Ford Fairlane when I was a teenager but it was a regular hardtop.
I changed my Verizon phone plan today and did it over the Internet as opposed to standing in line at the local Verizon store. And just like it always seems to go with digital things, I got more for less.
It always feels good when you get more benefits and pay less for them than you had been paying in the past, and with most things that’s not usually the case. but when it comes to digital stuff that’s become the norm. Digital things get better and better and the price gets cheaper and cheaper, not everything of course but when there’s competition digital things get better and cheaper.
Since the only thing that really matters to me about my Phone is that it makes and receives calls not only in town but out in the middle of nowhere, and that I always have enough Internet available, because the Internet is my prime source of entertainment.
I’ve had my Verizon unlimited plan for over a year and the most important thing to me in that plan was my unlimited data which was actually about 20 gigs before I would get somewhat throttled, and my hotspot data was 15 gigs after which I got seriously throttled.
The new plan has 75 gigs of un-throttled data and 20 gigs of un-throttled hotspot data, and a few other benefits that don’t interest me very much, at a cost that’s $10 less than I was paying before.
I have learned that Verizon doesn’t send out an email telling people like me that you can save money and get more benefits by changing to this new plan we just invented, quite the contrary they will let you continue overpaying until the end of time, obviously because it benefits them. So it behooves Verizon’s customers to keep up with Verizon’s plans and make sure you’ve got the best one because their certainly not going to tell you about it.