Avoid Cell Phone Contracts: No Contract Cell Phone Plans from Twigby

Are you on the fence about whether to sign another two-year wireless cell phone service contract? If you have service with one of those big brands of wireless phone carriers, watch out. They lock you in and tell you about the rest later. You probably think you are getting a good deal but will find out later that you were wrong. It helps to understand the difference between contract and no contract cell phone plans. By the end of this post, we will tell you some of the key differences.  Continue reading “Avoid Cell Phone Contracts: No Contract Cell Phone Plans from Twigby”

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Are You Spending Too Much On Wireless Phone Service?

You are probably paying for more than you really need. Let us show you.

Did you know that a recent survey showed that the average American consumer paid about $110 a month for cell phone service? Wow, that means a lot of Americans are overpaying for quality cellular service. How can you save money on your cell phone bill? Continue reading “Are You Spending Too Much On Wireless Phone Service?”

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Choosing Twigby for My Kid’s Cell Phone Needs

BREAKING NEWS: Kids Want Phones

My kids are pretty typical. They all want their own phone…yesterday. If you have kids, you likely know this and hear it every day. As the mother of tweens, I recently purchased two phones and activated service through Twigby. I thought it might be helpful to hear about my experience getting cell phone service for my kids.

I have a ten-year-old and a thirteen-year-old, and I am very concerned about staying within a budget. It is also very important to me that they learn responsibility, as their freedom increases. Twigby gives me lots of ways to meet my main concerns.

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Avoiding Overages Is Simpler Than You May Think

Keep Overages At Bay

Overages can be the worst kind of surprise. You assume you’ve stayed within your limits, but then your cell phone bill arrives and tells a different story. Many of us have experienced it to some degree, and we’re willing to bet that everyone would rather never experience it again.

How do you avoid overages? If you are locked into a contract, it is a little more difficult, however there are some simple steps you can take to reduce the chance of stepping over that line. If you are looking for a more flexible cell phone service, Twigby puts the power to control data in your hands like no other phone carrier.

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10 Ways to Protect Your Cell Phone

Life is unpredictable and messy. protect-cell-phoneWhether taking a photo or video, texting a friend, or posting an update to social media, these days many of us have our phones handy in almost every moment. With so much daily use, our cell phones have a tendency to be worn out or even broken. Taking some preventative steps can help prevent or slow down this inevitable process. Here are ten ways to protect your cell phone:  Continue reading “10 Ways to Protect Your Cell Phone”

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Bring Your Own Phone to Twigby

Can you BYOD?

You know you need better cell phone service, one that doesn’t bind you to a contract or charge you for services you don’t need. The idea of consistently saving money also appeals to you, but you aren’t ready to give up your current phone. Can you bring your own phone when you sign up for services? You won’t know the answer until you enter your MEID to check if your phone is compatible.

Is your phone compatible?

What is your phone’s MEID number? It is your Mobile Equipment Identifier and it is kind of like your phone’s driver license. Some older phones use the ESN (electronic serial number) instead of an MEID. At Twigby, we can activate your phone whether it uses an MEID or an ESN.

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