After 3 long years of a mutually beneficial relationship, I have decided to call it quits. Friends, I am no longer using my Globe number. :) You may now delete it from your phonebooks. If you need to contact me, you may reach me at my Sun number or send me an email or private message.
The decision came after realizing that I can actually live with just one network. I am not advertising Sun here, but they really have good deals. For only Php 300 per month, I have unlimited texts to Sun, 500 free texts to other networks, plus call minutes to Sun, Smart, and TNT. If that isn't enough, I can also load Php 100 and have unlimited texts to all networks, 60 minutes of Sun calls, 60 minutes mobile internet (which I don't find beneficial though since I only use a basic phone) for 7 days! So that's less than Php 500 a month which is definitely a big saving for someone who has a tight budget like me.
Click here to find out more ways of loading your Sun prepaid number: http://www.suncellular.com.ph/prepaid_ways_detail1.php
It's also my advocacy this season (and in the years to come) - to keep things simple.
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I guess it becomes natural for people who have come to realize that they are not getting any younger - those who become so aware of their age - especially those who, for a long time, have been breadwinners - persons whom family and friends expect a lot from.
I am among them. And while I thank the Lord for the complications in my life from which I learned a lot, I have also promised myself to avoid being caught again in the same situations. And the only way I can keep that promise is to keep things simple. :)
Cutting my Globe line is just the first step. (I actually regret having availed of it in the first place. At that time all I wanted was a camera. And a beautiful phone. Thus I grabbed the "promo". Still, it was a mutually beneficial relationship between me and Globe Postpaid, but things have become complicated especially when I responded to the call of leaving my corporate life for a much greater cause.)
I still am a work in progress. I have so many things to learn. But I'm keeping things simple, thus, I'm taking it one step at a time. :)