RIP, RingPlus. Loved all the money we saved and truly miss our free-spirited community.
oldbooks1:No. OK, next possibility: Was she by any chance a RingPlus customer service rep?
By any chance, was she from Australia?
oldbooks1:By any chance, was she from Australia? If so, given her latitudinal orientation, it might have seemed right-side up to her.
That may sound like a funny story but I had an elderly relative who never learned how to use the telephone.
Whenever anyone called the family home and she happened to be the only one there it was always a disaster.
She would literally hold the phone upside down and proclaim to herself "there is nobody there."
We would have to scream at her to turn the phone around--sometimes she did, sometimes not. True story.
als:Ah, Amazon?Or Optimus?Prime Rib.OK,that's bringing back fond memories of our dearly departed Mad BBQ plans. I'd even "steak" my reputation on it!
What type of prime might it be?
At times like these, perhaps we should emulate the attitude of none other than the "face" of MAD Magazine, Alfred E. Neuman, and repeat his most famous quote: "What, me worry?"oldbooks1:
I am not worried about the migration but now am starting to wonder if I should be worried about not being worried and also am wondering if I should be worried about whether I ought to be worried.
Looking at your monthly plan options, I see that I could select "No Data". If I were to do that, would I immediately have access to the throttled (64k) data, or would there really be no data available whatsoever? (I'm asking because the slower data would work just fine in my situation.)
Hi Diedrich_Duo. No, if you choose the "No Data" option then you would not have access to Data, throttled or otherwise. The throttled data speed of 64kbps only applies on an active Data Plan when your data plan balance runs out or when your Data Plan balance runs out and your Pay As You Go credit falls below $0.50. Thanks very much for your quick reply, @Patrick_Tello ! I figured that was the case, but wanted to make sure.