(Posts: 173; Member since: 25 Sep 2012)
I kind of feel like U.S. carriers are going the Joe Camel route and targeting kids without targeting kids. I would bet that kids account for the majority of new lines added to existing plans.
(Posts: 730; Member since: 27 Oct 2011)
I think this goes on hand with us being the fattest country in the world. My neighbors kid is 10 and he weighs 170lbs, he has an ipad, iphone, nintendo DS, among other stuff. I know he got the PS4 this past month so i haven't seen the kid for 3 weeks. Its sad.
(Posts: 3535; Member since: 21 Dec 2012)
Sad. Parents should learn how to rise a kid. Even I would do it better though I'm just 15 lol
(Posts: 18431; Member since: 05 Feb 2011)
I agree. When I was a kid, we played all day. I still remember my parents telling me I couldn't have seconds till I go play. My dad instilled physical fitness into me without me realizing it. I have a teen nieces/nephews that weigh like 250+lbs. Less internet more outside time +1 DJ. Also I'm sad this is #2's walkoff season :(. He's earned it though.
It's kind of no surprise you spend that much, your tariffs are crap, I mean in the uk we complain about the prices of our plans but at least we have large choice with varying tariffs, we have unlimited data plans, 50gb, 20gb, 10gb, 5gb and so on all the way down 100mb, and all our networks offer something different, and there is fierce competition, the USA networks are more like monopolies and just seem to stagnate and charge way over the top for what is essentially very little
(Posts: 2036; Member since: 29 May 2013)
Yes they have monopolies, so do the ISP. In an area where you only can get one ISP they will 99% of the time overcharge you and cap your internet.
At least T-Mobile has the $30 plan thats a lot better than every other plan and I can have uncapped 100mbps at my house...
(Posts: 10312; Member since: 14 May 2012)
You can achieve 100mbps with T-Mobile? Post screenshots because I don't believe you at all.
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