A couple years ago, I’d written a brief post over on the MMM forums about how to beat the old Republic Wireless plans using Google Voice and other MVNOs. Of course, a lot has changed since then… including Republic’s pricing structure. Let’s revisit the topic, shall we?
Hey everybody, I’m climbing back into the saddle here and starting off with a question from a reader about Google Voice, the Republic Wireless plans and my past advice. Chris P. writes:
So, you know how I’m no great fan of Google Voice, and I say things like what price free and that people should pay for what they need?
Today, we bring you the third serious installment of Ask Daley where we address methods of saving on your communications budget in some of the less population dense parts of our nation. Karen in SW Colorado writes with questions on how to optimize her communications budget and writes:
In the past, we’ve talked a lot about how to get your cell phone bill down really cheap through the usage of MVNOs and VoIP services at home for the bulk of your calls, but I’ve never addressed the topic of VoIP phone services themselves. Let’s change that!