The, with a stellar camera, lots of storage and a price tag that’s hard to beat: just $349.
Here’s how you can beat it, and by quite a lot: For a limited time, Visible has the. When you port in an existing number and stay with Visible for at least two months, you’ll receive a $150 Mastercard Virtual Account — effectively lowering your net cost to just $186.
Visible runs on Verizon’s network and offers just one mobile plan: unlimited everything for $40 a month. There’s no contract on that, though as noted above, you do have to subscribe for at least two months in order to qualify for the Mastercard. Speaking of which, it’s basically an electronic debit card you can use for online purchases. With a few exceptions, it’s as good as cash.
While Visible’s $40 plan is already competitive, the carrier’s great people you met on Reddit, etc. It’s like a family plan, but with a broad definition of “family.”when you sign up with three others. Any three others: friends, family members,
Meanwhile, if you decide after two months that you want out, feel free. You’ll still have come out ahead on the phone. Read CNET’sto learn more about it.
One more option to consider: If you’re more interested in the Pixel 4A 5G, which not only supports the newer, faster network but also adds a second camera, larger screen and bigger battery, there’s a similar deal available:, then a $200 Mastercard, for a net cost of $280.
Visible offers. Definitely worth a look if you want to save on the hardware and lower your monthly bill to boot.
Own Cobra Kai season 1 for just $5
No Netflix? You’re missing out on one of the few good reboots, well, ever.is a continuation of the Karate Kid movies, and against all odds, it’s pretty great.
Want to check it out? For a limited time, Amazon Prime Video has. , but Google Play charges $15.
Set 30 years after the events of the movies, Cobra Kai picks up with Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka). If you ever wondered whatever happened to these characters, here’s your chance to find out.
Honestly, this show shouldn’t work. And as goofy and contrived as it can be at times, it’s funny and exciting and big-hearted, too. Absolutely worth $5 if you don’t have Netflix (or just want to add it to your permanent library).
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