well, it’s time to change my long distance phone service provider. it all started back in 2001 when I swore off AT&T because of their numerous fees added on top of what they charged you for actual calls. back then I went with a cheap reseller, zoneLD which started out great as you can see from my old review of the service. but as time went on, the company started adding various fees to our monthly bill. over the last year or two the fees kept increasing. and now they just announced another increase in monthly fees so it’s time to switch, baby! i don’t see why anyone would stay with these greedy crooks. it’s a mass migration, baby! to where? ummm, i’m not sure…. so, what’s everyone using nowadays? I know, i know, most of you are probably using your cell phones to make long distance calls. unfortunately, it wouldn’t work in our household since Elaine and I both have Virgin Mobile which is the pay as you go plan.
hmmm, let’s see now… so, according to consumer guru Clark Howard, americom is a good one to use. anyone out there use americom? let’s see… 3.9 cents a minute state to state. oh, and you get a 100 minutes free for signing up. cool. 9 cents for calling within my state. and 6 cents for international calls to seoul korea. Elaine will like that. and they claim no “hidden” fees so i hope that’s true. we’ll see. …i think i’ll go ahead and sign up. hey, if Clark Howard endorses it, then ya can’t go wrong, right???!!
Does anyone here know a reason why this man and this long distance carrier should not be joined together? If so, speak now or forever hold your peace…