This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Republic Wireless for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
My husband and I were just talking the other day about technology. Specifically how we’re so tied to it now adays. I rarely go anywhere without my phone. My phone is like a portable but small computer. I can do everything on it. Check my email, my social media, make calls, text, etc.
However, having all of that can cost an arm and a leg. Especially since both my husband and I have smartphones and now our kids are getting older and wanting smartphones too!
Listen to this from Republic Wireless…
Did you know that the average American spends more on their monthly cellphone bill than they do on groceries or health insurance? Well, they do, and we think that’s crazy. So we decided to do something about it. After all, if a phone is truly smart, it should help you save money.
To that end, we’ve built a smartphone service that empowers, not impoverishes. This plan cuts the cost of smartphone ownership from over $100/month (what most folks pay right now) down to just $19/month, or about 60 cents a day.
What do you get from your $19/month? All the talking, texting and surfing you can handle. And you get those things without a contract, without limits and without overages. Now that’s a smartphone plan that’s just smart!
How can we get away with offering all of this to you for just $19 a month?!? Let us introduce you to Hybrid Wi-Fi Calling. The beauty of Hybrid Calling is that it lets you harness the power of Wi-Fi for calls, texts and data while also having full cellular capabilities.
Motorola DEFY™ XT Smartphone Features:
Front-facing VGA Webcam
Rear-facing camera with auto focus/LED Flash, 4x digital zoom
Android operating system with wi-fi and Sprint® 3G Coverage with dual-band reception
Over 450,000 Apps through Google Play™
3.7 inch Corning® Gorilla® glass display
Dustproof, water and scratch resistant
This price tag makes much more sense to me. Especially when I transition my kids to their first smartphones! I need to save money where I can.
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