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Page Plus Plans: (current 3/19/2014)

$12.00:   250 minutes, 250 texts, 10MB data
$29.95:  1200 minutes, 3000 texts, 500MB data
$39.95:  Unlimited talk and text, 500MB data
$55.00:  Unlimited talk and text, 2.5GB data
$69.95:  Unlimited talk and text, 5.0GB data

Page Plus adds another new plan: The $12 / month plan

On December 20th, Page Plus added a new plan.  It is $12 / month and includes 250 minutes talk, 250 texts, and 10 MB of data.  $12 / month !!  They have also lowered the price of the original unlimited plan (with 20 MB data) from $44.95 / month to $39.95 / month (on December 7th.)

Page Plus: The 55 moves to 2 GB of data (6/6/2012)

On June 6th, 2012 the data on this plan (same price) moved from 1 GB to 2 GB !!!

On October 25th, Page Plus added a new plan called "The 55."  It includes unlimited talk, unlimited text, and 300 NOW 1 GB of data.  The current plan (which is available) includes unlimited talk and text, and 100 MB of data for $44.95 NOW $39.95.  

Motorola Droid X
This is one of the phones I've used (on Page Plus), and it's by far the best phone I've ever used (this was in 2011).  I pay $29.95 / month, and get 1200 minutes, 3000 texts, and 100 MB of data (again, 2011).  Here are some of it's features:

This high-end Android smartphone sports a huge touch display, 8-megapixel camera with HD video capture, HD output to TV, and 24 GB of memory out of the box. Other features include FM radio, thin body, GPS navigation with full turn-by-turn directions, EVDO.

Olympus SP-800UZ
I bought this camera about a year ago, and I haven't been disappointed.  I bought it mainly to take pictures at my son's baseball and football games, birthday parties, Christmas, etc.  It also takes HD movies.  Where it excels is it's 30X optical zoom.  I've taken tons of pictures from beyond the outfield fence of him batting.  It also has several different burst modes, shooting scenes, and it's 14 MP.  I paid about $265 a year ago.  Looks like now, it's around $295 with tax at WalMart.  Great camera !!

WalMart checks (off topic)
Did you know you could get your check reorders printed at WalMart?  The last time I tried to order a box of duplicate checks from my credit union via Harland Checks website, it was going to be around $34 with tax and shipping.  I did a little digging around, and Walmart has a site called  I got a box (a little plainer looking mind you) for less than $13 including shipping and tax.

Diamond HD Media Wonder Mini media player
My son's DVD player died a few months ago (stupid Philips... don't take the 1 year warranty as the gospel).  So I decided to replace it with one of these.  I have a lot of movies in .avi format anyway.  With this, you just pop in a thumb drive loaded with movies (Supports RM, RMVB, AVI, MPEG1(VCD), MPEG2(DVD) and MP4 video formats) or pictures (Supports JPEG, M-JPEG, BMP, TIFF and PNG photo formats), and connect it to your TV.  It gets really good reviews, and for the price (around $33 on Amazon, Newegg, etc.) you can't go wrong.

If you already have high speed internet, the Ooma Telo should be a no-brainer.  This is what I use for my home phone service.  It does cost a bit up front (regular price is $199, but is on sale for $149 or less from time to time), but pays for itself in less than a year (8 months in my case).  Your only monthly bill is (can vary slightly from state to state) a small tax and a 911 fee.  Mine (South Carolina) comes to $3.44 / month.  The sound quality is excellent - much better than standard VOIP phones such as Vonage, Time Warner Cable, or Voice Pulse (which I used for about 4 years).  Order yours today at

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