@TMS LOL The thing is, once you get dependent on data it's hard to go back, I i rely on public transit, so I need to have Google maps and my bus schedule with me at all times, And I need to know if there's any delays with the buses or trains So I can take alternative routes if I need to... Plus it's always nice listening to YouTube videos on long bus rides or during my breaks at work because I have no Wi-Fi at work...
if you watch YouTube don't forget to lower the quality level to either 360p or 480p for more data savings. on a small screen 480p looks as good as 1080p. check your data savings and maybe you'll be able to downgrade to the $40/5gb plan
seems like you're a pretty good sales person! next time offer your referral code to start saving more quickly! in a few months you can easily get that into the double digits
@gpixel4 When I'm out I keep my YouTube video set at 240p, It's just that I'm always out and about and I also rely on Google Maps heavily, are usually use between four and six GB of data a month But I wouldn't feel comfortable having 5, The 8gig plan is perfect. And I appreciate your advice and help.