A few days ago, I ordered my Google Wallet card. While I have a Nexus 4, and full access to the Google Wallet app (I’m sure to T-Mobile’s displeasure), a physical card is still a necessity as not every merchant supports PayPass, or any contactless payment system.
So why not just use my bank’s ATM card? Well, there is no no reason to not use it. However, my bank (Huntington) charges when I don’t use their ATMs. And where I live now, no retailer offers cash back on debt transactions. Therefore, if I need to pull cash out of my account, I am stuck having to use an ATM (and paying $5 or more in fees), or taking a bus to the bank, or a store to do cash back.
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In early July, I am expecting to get a rent rebate. And considering that things didn’t work out the way I wanted too (as if that ever happens?), I won’t be getting a new PC, nor a new MP3 player. Instead, after I address some things that I would have to, I would expect about $120 for me to do as I please.
Looking at my wish list, there are only a few things I could look forward to getting. With some self compromise, I am strongly considering the Seimens Gigaset A580IP which is a POTS/VOIP phone. I could get the bluetooth watch, but that’s only valuable when I am out. I could get the ATA for the faxing, but I don’t have a fax yet. So, the best option would be the VOIP phone, but the one I wanted is about $75 more than this one. Continue reading Less than a Month to Wait