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UNREAL Mobile Review – Unlimited Mobile Starting at $10/mo

When you choose a name like UNREAL Mobile for your cell phone company, you already have a lot to live up to. UNREAL Mobile is a new MVNO (mobile virtual network operator) on the market offering some fairly unbeatable pricing packages. But does it really live up to its name? I’ll get to that in …

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FreedomPop Review – Is Free All It’s Cracked up to Be?

Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. TTG will earn a small commission if purchases are made via these links – at no cost to you. Thanks for helping to support the website! Some say you can only value something if you’ve paid for it. There’s “skin” in the game, they say …

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Straight Talk Trial – A Firsthand Look at This MVNO Provider

After our initial review earlier this year, TracFone generously provided us with the chance to get a closer look at their services. In particular, Straight Talk – another MVNO network owned by TracFone. You may have seen some of their commercials or seen them offered at Walmart: What is an MVNO? Since switching to Tello a …

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Naturepedic Mattress Review – 3 Months After Purchase

One of the benefits of having sold our rental house earlier this year was that it freed up some cash that we could use on some “deferred” items we haven’t been able to purchase. Buying a mattress was on the top of that list. Ever since my wife quit her job due to some health-related …

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Ooma HD2 Handset Review

Recently, I was given the opportunity to try out Ooma HD2 Handset as another add-on option to my Ooma home phone system. In testing the unit I looked for ease of setup, how it compared to our existing analog phone, distance the phone signal reached and overall rating. Ease of setup The Ooma HD2 Handset …

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Ooma 2 Years Later – How the Savings Add Up

It has been 7+ years since I ditched my old land line, and 2 years that I have been using Ooma as my preferred home phone service. In 2007, I was using Qwest (now CenturyLink) home phone service, which was costing me $41/month and didn’t include long distance phone service (I used calling cards…remember those?). …

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