What if someone told you that you don’t have to be stuck in a cell phone contract anymore to get good service? Nor is it necessary to finance your phone on a monthly payment plan and upgrade it every two years? 2-year cell phone contracts and phone financing have become a thing of the past. Additionally, many people are stepping away from upgrading their phone through financing. Sure, there could be circumstances where someone might need to have the newest and latest phone gadget, but is that you? If you are someone who doesn’t need the absolute latest technology packed into your smart phone, you will want to read more. Continue reading “Why You Should Ditch Your 2-Year Cell Phone Contract and Pass on Phone Financing”Follow us
Has your child been asking you if they can create an account on social media sites like Facebook or YouTube? If they haven’t, they probably will start soon. Maybe you’re wondering when the time is right to let kids use social media and the whole internet. Don’t worry—you’re not alone. The question is raised more frequently in households everywhere as social media has become part of most people’s daily life. While children under the age of 13 cannot have accounts across various social media platforms (and rightfully so), Messenger for Kids and YouTube’s safety features are just two of many ways to gradually and safely introduce your child to the online realm. Continue reading “Kids’ Internet Safety Tips and Information”Follow us
It’s easy to imagine not having cell phone service while traveling to Canada, Mexico, and actually anywhere internationally since most U.S. companies primary work within the U.S. There are solutions though. In today’s world, internet access is abundant and there is usually a free wi-fi network that you can use. There are also many free apps that are designed to keep you connected while traveling internationally. In order for these apps to work so that you can stay connected to your friends and family; all you need is wi-fi. Continue reading “Stay Connected for Free While Traveling Outside the Country”Follow us
Do you ever get calls or text messages from unknown numbers? They are annoying, we know. However, when it comes to blocking those unwanted numbers and only receiving calls and text messages from your contact list, you’ve got options. If the phone call is a robocall, you can report the call to the FTC. Some phones have native number blocking abilities. That means you can block numbers from calling or texting you in your phone’s settings. If your phone does not have native number blocking abilities and you have a smartphone, you can download free apps that will help you block unwanted calls and text messages. Even if your smartphone does have native number blocking abilities, it doesn’t hurt to download a free app and simply go the extra mile to help stop an unwanted call or text.
Saving money isn’t as simple as some people think. It can take more effort than just switching cell phone providers or eating out less to cook at home more often. At Twigby, we researched and tested numerous apps to find six free money saving apps for people that are looking for some help to save money. If this sounds of interest to you, continue reading to discover the six best free money saving apps to help you save money and live a more frugal lifestyle. Continue reading “6 Free Money Saving Apps for a Frugal Lifestyle”Follow us
Now you can say hello to your friends and family in Canada, India, UK, Mexico, and more! We are excited to announce that Twigby is now offering international calls to the following countries: Australia, Bermuda, Canada, China, Colombia, Denmark, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Ireland, Malaysia, Mariana Islands, Mexico, Norway, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Thailand, United Kingdom . The best part is that you can make these calls at no additional costs – it’s included in your minute plan!