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I can’t say I’m any happier now, with my fancy i Phone, than I was without it.That being said, this post will not be about giving up convenience, but about finding an exact or near equivalent alternative to save you serious money.
If you’re at all like me (handsome, witty, but otherwise quite normal), you 1) have a smartphone and 2) pay through the nose for it.There is no wifi during the walking of the dog, but that’s okay because it’s My Time to Think. There for my consumption, and I greedily eat it up as I manage whatever needs to be managed for YNAB. If you’re anything like me, it’s probably all around you, for a very large chunk of your day.At I’m back home, back where the wifi is plentiful (that I’m paying for, but rarely using—notice a pattern here? Here’s where I practice the piano, basically wasting the available wifi, since I don’t use it while practicing. By 10 AM, I’m off to work, with a 12-minute bike ride to the office. Based on some quick time analysis I did, I have available wifi during 88 percent of my normal day.It doesn’t demand they respond immediately and it keeps things short.Between the two of us, we send about 650 messages per month.We’ve chatted over Facetime Audio for the past two weeks and the sound quality is stellar. And Now for the Non-i OS-to-i OS Use Case, Which is Much Larger: We want to chat over wifi, not cellphone towers.
Google Voice is not a mobile phone service provider.
Once you hear the difference, you’re unlikely to want to go back to regular cell phone calls.
Plus, the service is free.” (source) I snagged Julie’s phone and swapped out my mobile number for my Face Time Audio option as a Favorite in her phone.
There is no wifi during the ride, and if there were, I couldn’t use it anyway. What does this mean for the expensive data plan I’m on?
It means I’m paying through the nose to use half of the data (one nostril’s worth), where that convenience can be employed for maybe 12 percent of my day.
We’re both on i Phones, we’ve both updated to i OS 7, and now we’re both recognizing the benefits of the new Face Time Audio feature (there may be an Android equivalent, I didn’t dig deep there).