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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Tracfone List of the Day

If you have a TracFone, or are just over your minutes on your cell phone, you may not just want to pay just to chat. People have got to get to the point, cause you are paying for every minute. Here are some things you can say to help you save every penny:
  • Hello, What do you want?
  • Call me back when you get to the point
  • Go
  • Skip the small talk
  • Please speak in short hand
  • What do you think I am, made of money
  • Could you email me?
  • This better be important
  • Iknowyoucantalkfasterthanthat
  • Hello, ok, bye
  • I'm on a freaking TracFone

9 Comments:

Blogger Pete said...

I even hear we're coming out with a book

11 April, 2006 09:28

 
Blogger Kris said...

Or, you could just look at the caller id and call them back from a land-line if it's a local call.

11 April, 2006 11:38

 
Blogger jarabeara said...

LOVE this post. so funny.

11 April, 2006 12:06

 
Anonymous Bitter Verizon User said...

You all think it's soooo funny until it happens to you. No sympathy, none whatsoever. You just wait.

11 April, 2006 13:54

 
Anonymous Bitter Verizon User said...

None of you would think less of me for using this tip would you? At least for the rest of today? And so help me if I get calls....

11 April, 2006 13:56

 
Blogger Pete said...

Cingular sucks just like every other cell phone company, but at least I have Rollover™ minutes

11 April, 2006 14:09

 
Blogger Andy said...

I would like to take this opportunity to shamelessly plug Sprint/Nextel, who have exceeded all my wildest dreams, at least as far as cell phone companies go.

don't worry, tho, kids. it's not as exciting as that sounds...

11 April, 2006 17:05

 
Blogger Kris said...

I was not impressed by Nextel. My grandmother had them, and upon her death, it took us sending in 3 death certificates for them to stop billing us! After Phil sending in 3 sets of orders to be in Iraq, Verizon has still not cancelled his. I'll have to see if with a marriage certificate and soldier's orders if Cingular will cancel mine...then I'll decide if it's just a cell phone company thing, or if Cingular is above the rest in more ways than rollover.

11 April, 2006 22:41

 
Blogger Amanda said...

I had AT&T/Cingular and couldn't get service out in the country where I live. But now, with Verizon, I am able to talk without standing outside in the cold or moving around the house in futile attempts for reception.

12 April, 2006 09:14

 

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