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Enjoying summertime without thinking about the Big Bs

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TracFone for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Oh summer, who doesn’t love summertime? The sea, the sand and the sun – what a perfect combination, I couldn’t ask for more. This summer vacation I opted not to work. Yes, I am officially a bum. And being unemployed has its advantages and disadvantages. To be able to look forward on weekend’s road trip, camping and gold panning without worrying we have to hurry back home for the next day’s work is awesome. But going on a tight budget to be able to pay bills is not. Hahaha. So we have to make a wise decision and sacrifice on some essential stuff to make our summer awesome.

Summertime calls for the big “Bbills, budget, and bargain. That is why I have decided to switch my phone with Tracfone because it’s the least expensive way to stay in touch here in America. It’s easy to own. There is no contract that you need to deal with like with other big phone companies. No credit checks which is good for those people who are having tough times during this economy. No activation charges or cancelation fees when you decided to stop using it – so no surprises to your next bills.

So if you are looking for some help this summer with your cell phone bill, here are some points to consider switching to TracFone:
1.TracFone has great nationwide coverage and excellent reception/connectivity.
2.It carries brand name phones from leading manufacturers like Motorola, Kyocera, LG, Nokia and Samsung. Choose from simple "Candy Bar" phones, to Bluetooth®-enabled "Smart" phones.
3.They also have Monthly Plans at fit your budget.
-Pay as you go online or with cards available at thousands of retail stores across the country.
-1 year service cards give you so much more. Receive double minutes for the life of your TracFone, and 800 minutes, for only $119.00
·“Double minutes for the life of your phone” is a feature that can be purchased separately for only$19.99, but some phones include it!
-Choose monthly plans with 200 minutes for under $30.00, and as low as $9.99 for 50 minutes.
4.For International Long Distance, TracFone is the only wireless service where you can call internationally, for the same price as any other call. You can call over 60 international destinations directly at no extra cost from your TracFone! And with the International Neighbors program, you can provide family and friends in Mexico or Canada a local phone number in those countries to reach you at your TracFone in the U.S.

And here are another important things note taking about the TracFone’s phone selection:
1.You can choose simple phones for simple needs.
2.It has calling and texting capabilities for under $10.00.
3.They have great phones packed with features like camera/video recorder, web access, app capabilities, mp3 player, and full QWERTY keyboard, for $29.99
The TracFone is the most reliable phone there is now, check out these real TracFone customers if your are not convinced yet.

And if you are tired of getting surprised with your phone bills, then check out these real TracFone customers video so you to will be surprised no more with your bills.

Well, I am not really a “phone person”, meaning – I only keep a phone for emergency reason aside from my usual call to Hubby to check on him or the other way around. That is why TracFone is the most convenience thing for me to get in touch.

For more information on convenience, reliability and coverage check out these videos from these real TracFone customers.

Well, summer may end soon but our bills will continue coming. If we can save a lot on our phone bills, it will be an awesome thing. It will surely help us plan for our next summer’s vacation maybe – in the Caribbean or Hawaii? Wherever you plan to go... there is one thing we don't want to think about - the big "B".

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