Saturday, November 3, 2018

Re: phone strategies, no cable, reduce $


You should be able to connect your desktop thru your phone instead of plugging it into the wall internet.
If you have the right USB cable.
USB end of cable plugs into the computer and the little end plugs into phone.
Another way is to convert your phone into a wifi hotspot.
Then use computer to log into the wifi.

Home internet wiring is old fashioned now that everybody has smart phones.
Russians can sneak in thru those wires and inspect your computer and watch you thru the camera.

You can port your home number to your phone.
You can have 2 numbers on your phone.
I always have had 2 numbers on my phone but I do not use the second number.
I occasionally get texts on the second number.
Or missed calls because I turn the ringer off.
It is a New Mexico number free from Google Voice.
You can probably get your home phone number ported free into Google Voice.

Modern smart phone can do more than you should be doing.
I met a Japanese cook who watched 85GB of TV per month on his phone!
That is like full time entertainment.
He got diabetes and dementia may be dead by now.
Entertainment is bad for your health, and bad light wavelengths, electronic exposure.

I use less than 1GB per month on my phone.
Even full time connection 5 years ago with work uploads and downloads I could not use 7GB of my 35GB allowance.
They raised the price to $35 per month
so I dropped cable and went to smart phone $30 per month.
For everything.
2 phone numbers.
computer hookup
More than I can use on 1 phone.

Every gym is filled with cable TV so I can watch several channels at once while walking
but too boring fake news and melodramas.
Prefer thinking, looking, hearing, talking.

All cities have free broadcast TV and Radio if you have to have fake news, sickening ads.
I sometimes look at weather forecasts.
Have to hit seek button often to skip to next channel to avoid the worst.
Really huge amount of junk out there.
I quit TV at age 16.
Bought vehicles without radios.

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