Too Good To Be True? Republic Wireless $19 Unlimited Wireless Plan Is Now Truly Unlimited.

Back in the early November, I had mentioned of Republic Wireless which offered $19 unlimited wireless plan per month, but I also pointed out how Republic Wireless $19 unlimited wireless plan could only truly be unlimited if users hogged their Wi-Fi networks so users would not have to be throttled when limited minutes, texts, and data are running out.  Well, Republic Wireless has just turn up the heat by offering truly unlimited, $19 unlimited wireless plan per month.  I feel I’m in love again.

According to Gizmodo‘s article “That Unbelievable $19 Unlimited Data/Voice/Text Plan Is Truly Unlimited,” Republic Wireless is now allowing customers to use the minutes, texts, and data as they see fit without having to worry about getting throttles, and the plan is still only $19 per month.  I do somewhat worry what if Sprint decides it doesn’t like this idea some months down the road?  After all, Republic Wireless is piggybacking Sprint’s wireless network.

Oh, never mind, don’t you worry too much, because if you are worrying about Sprint, then you never know how good it might feel when having unlimited minutes, texts, and data for your smart phones.  Did I use smartphone as in its plural form (i.e., smartphones)?  See, even if you get two or three smartphones with Republic Wireless, it seems you are saving so much money still that you might just have to give them customers of AT&T-Verizon-other-big-wireless-carriers your arrogant smirks, because you can do so.  So, don’t hold back you smirky, you.

Update:  I forgot to tell you that you don’t have to sign a contract to use Republic Wireless $19 unlimited wireless plan!  Give me five!

Source:  http://gizmodo.com/5870753/that-unbelievable-19-unlimited-datavoicetext-plan-is-truly-unlimited

Thought Of The Day: Would People Look Back And Laugh At Themselves For Spending So Much On So Little Data?

As I pondered on the thought of having to see people paid tens of dollars for couple hundred megabytes a month on wireless data, a chuckle came out of me.  I wondered, would these same people look back in the future and laugh that they had paid so much for so little data?  Perhaps, the ongoing trend would be so perverted to a point that it could be a lot more expensive for the same people to consume the same amount of data in the future.  For certain, it would be utterly sad to see less network activities and more boredoms when people in the future might not be able to afford to spend on data.

Such a thought saddened me, but WiGig gave me hope!  Knowing WiGig existed, there might be hope in our network horizon for that day would come where wasting data would be a bliss.  Connecting at extreme speed through wireless network without a care would definitely push for not so boring digital world.  Of course, it might be more volatile and chaotic and dangerous, but it might also be creative and interesting and interconnected.  I could not see myself in a boring digital world, because I might prefer to be either not knowing there was such a thing at all or having to see more of whatever that would drive the digital world into its own state of bliss.