What if you never had to worry about going over your celluar data plan again? What if you could use your phone for web browsing, email, navigation, and occassional tethering without fear of going over some arbitrary limit? Does that sound too good to be true? Could Straight Talk possibly offer all of that and still cost half what you're paying with a major carrier? Alas, that is just a bit too good to be true... but only a bit. Here are the highlights - if you want more information, just ask.
- Use WiFi when it's available.
- Don't stream video... especially don't stream Netflix, or excessive YouTube.
- Don't use your phone in place of your computer... file transfers, downloading content, etc... really belongs either on WiFi, or your laptop.
- Try not to tether (or if you do, do it responsibly)