2 Ways To Stay Connected With People Without Your Mobile Phone Working


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When your phone isn’t connected and it says no service. Contacting your friends and family becomes hard. Maybe you didn’t pay your phone bill, maybe your phone is broken. The one thing you use to contact people does not work; however, here are ways to stay connected with the people who are closest to you.


#1

Pay Phone

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In every single station in the TTC there is a pay phone. If you don’t have a working phone and need to make sure where your friends or family are use a pay phone. It is still 50 cents to call someone. You could also make a collect call. Using a pay phone now seems old fashion, but trust me it is still useful. Using a pay phone is a quick way to stay connected with people even if you don’t have a phone. Telling your friends to meet you somewhere? Not sure if they are still there or going there still? Use a pay phone.


#2

WI-FI

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In this day and age, every franchise has free Wi-fi. Starbucks, Country Style, McDonalds, you name it. Your phone may not have service to call, but you can still use Wi-fi off your phone. Connect to Facebook and contact your friends and family on that. Call people off of Wi-fi if that option is available on your phone. Do FaceTime. Even if your phone has no service, you can still use Wi-fi to your advantage.


When your phone has no service, it’s not the end of the world. Unless, your phone is shattered and completely broken. You might start to notice that paying for a cell phone isn’t smart because you can easily live off of these two ways to stay connected with people and save money. So will you start to use a pay phone? Will you use Wi-fi more now?


MY MOTTO IS: IF YOU WANNA WIN THE LOTTERY, YOU HAVE TO MAKE THE MONEY TO BUY A TICKET!

From The 6ix,With Love

Thank You For Reading


Sincerely, Kid From The 6ix


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