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I’ve been having a lot of trouble with my phone lately, and I am about to attend several blog conferences (a place where I am going to rely on my phone to keep me from missing out!). It hasn’t been holding battery and is barely connecting to my home WiFi, so I’m using tons of data when I really need it for my trip. The plan is to follow these phone tips for conferences that I’m about to give you. Stay tuned on social media to see how it’s going.
Disclosure: I was provided with a phone and one-month of service in exchange for this review. All opinions, however, are 100% my own.
Just before I went away on Girl’s Weekend, I got a gorgeous new tech gadget – the Samsung Galaxy Mega. It was perfect timing, because I had plenty of time to figure it out. Along with it came one month of service from Metro PCS, so you know I plugged that baby in and got ready to have some fun.
Disclaimer: The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.
You all know I am sorta, kinda, absolutely addicted to my phone. The thing is, that (unlike my brother, who’s surprised?) I always crave the new phones when they come out. Luckily, I have some self-control and have been digging a particular phone for months without swapping; however, now that I know about Best Buy Mobile Specialty Stores? I might lose my self-control.
Disclaimer: While I was at Blogher ’13, I attended a #VZWTechTalk with Verizon Wireless and BlackBerry. I got to see the BlackBerry z10 in action and then entered a Twitter contest to win one. As a winner, I was not obligated to post about my experience with the device; however, I decided to share a review with you. All opinions are 100% my own.
Her teen years are going to be h e double hockey sticks for a certain mama and daddy.
This morning, she tried to convince me it would be perfectly fine to take her Victorious cell phone to school. “It will stay in my pocket, I promise,” A sighed.