Thursday, October 24, 2013

Food Planner App and Ting Review

After three years with an entry level smart phone, I have upgraded! Months of reading reviews, trips to Best Buy to play with all the phones and picking people's brains, I chose the Samsung Galaxy S4. I've been happy with Virgin Mobile since I was only paying $25/month. So when Virgin got in the new iPhones but not the Galaxy S4, I had to look into other options, especially since I refuse to contract and pay upwards of $100/month. 

That's when I found Ting Mobile. They had the phone I wanted along with a fantastic, no contract pricing structure. With Ting, you only pay for what you use. Most months, I may end up paying less than I did with Virgin! Like Virgin, Ting runs off of the Sprint 3G/4G network, so I get plenty of coverage in my area and the customer service is like no other mobile company. You call them, a person answers right away, every time.

I used a referral to get $25 off my phone, and I'm offering the same referral. Click here if you're interested in saving money on your mobile phone. You'll get $25 towards service or a new phone (current Sprint customers can bring their own phone) and I'll get a referral bonus.  Win-win!  Add another win because I freaking love my pretty purple phone!

And now for even more review spam, let me tell you about the Food Planner app. If you like to search for meal ideas and recipes on the Internet, then this app is a must for you. I can look for a recipe online and it will pull the ingredient list plus the link back to the original recipe and add it to my meal plan. Then it will add all the ingredients to the shopping list. I have been using this app like crazy. It's so convenient for food shopping. No more forgetting my list.

What's your favorite food related app?

1 comment:

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