New Mobile Service
Last week I mentioned I was switching from Verizon Wireless to Xfinity Mobile. New level achieved. All is quite good!
New Mobile Service – Xfinity Mobile
Changing mobile/cellular/wireless providers seems daunting. I’ve been with Verizon for years now. They weren’t an awful provider. So, it took a lot to convince me to change.
Like many tasks that seem daunting, this one wasn’t at all daunting when I finally just did it.
On Thursday, I filled out an on-line form which took about 4 minutes. Xfinity processed my order and got me a new SIM card on Monday.
I filled out another web form which took me 4 minutes. The most difficult part of that was figuring out my PIN for my Verizon Wireless account.
I switched out the the SIM card in my iPhone. One re-boot of the phone and I had activated my new carrier. I did have to re-set-up my voicemail which took 30 seconds.
Amazingly, other than the carrier name in the upper left-hand portion of my phone screen, nothing has changed. Great service. All my phone data and e-mail functionality was completely unchanged.
Are you a candidate for really cheap wireless service from Comcast?
- Do you use less than 1 or 2 gig of data each month?
- Are you currently an Xfinity customer for cable television or internet?
- Is your current smart-phone not locked and relatively up-to-date?
- Does one cellular line meet your needs?
- Do you not care about international coverage?
Having met all those criteria. Actually, I use less than 1 gig of data on average each month. My cell phone bill was reduced from about $64 to about $14 a month. Plus, I will be getting a pre-paid VISA card for $100 for my efforts!
Xfinity uses Verizon cell towers, so my network didn’t change at all. I also have access to Xfinity HotSpots in a LOT more places than I used to.
Finally, Thaddeus and I both agreed on one thing. All this really does is make our monthly Comcast costs a little less exorbitant. I personally think paying $190 a month for cable television and internet is ridiculous. So reducing the total cost by $50 a month makes it a bit less ridiculous.
I have been making limited progress with the Ensign Brook DK Cardigan.
I have about 20 more rows before the front-neck-opening shaping is complete. I’m hopeful I’ll be working on the sleeves by this weekend.
I also ordered some of the discontinued Cascade Casablanca to make more of the Cross-Hatch Scarves (or maybe even a stole-size version of it???).
While I love the colors of this yarn on the hank, I honestly think they look even better when knit up. Can’t wait to start banging out more Cross Hatch Scarves.