So, apparently my husband just got fed up with me “interfering” with his show lineups on Hulu and Prime Video.. that he was annoyed enough to buy me a tablet of my own. 🤣 This Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet arrived earlier with my order of panty liners, much to my surprise. 🤭
This post serves as a guide for fellow promdis like me who use credit cards and need to occasionally call their hotlines for one matter or another (and not rack up huge mobile phone bills in the process).
To give you a brief background, I grew up in the city with a PLDT landline (telebabad was life back then) but then later moved to a sorta rural municipality with no telephones. Cellphones were starting to be a thing then, so most households opted for cellphones instead and never bothered to get old-school landline telephones. 🤷🏽♀️
Fast forward to today, and I have several credit cards which I use for #adulting and all that shizz. There are times when I need to call the credit card company, like when a card was not delivered or when I need to inquire or clarify something. And while calling from my mobile is feasible, it pains me to rack up a huge phone bill while going through the automated menu and waiting to talk to a human operator. 😭 This is especially annoying when the waiting time turns out to be much longer than the actual conversation itself. 😫
Anyone in a long-distance relationship could probably relate to this photo. ? Valentines Day and you’re hundreds or thousands of miles away from each other, your tenuous link at the mercy of technology.
These days it’s so easy to get caught up with technology. Like, I pick up my phone to set a reminder and the next thing I know.. it’s 30 minutes later, I’ve checked and rechecked my social media feed, liked, hearted, and commented, and totally forgotten why I picked up the phone in the first place. That ever happen to you as well? It’s annoying, really. And frankly, quite disturbing too.
No credit card? No problem! ☺
And no, this is not a sponsored or advertorial post either. I just happen to quite like the convenience of using this prepaid card. This is not my first prepaid card though, it just happens to be the one I’m using right now when I felt like blogging about it. ?
This only works if you live outside the US.
Pretty decal, ain’t it? Didn’t want to put my name on the case (I find it
kinda vulgar not so tasteful, sorry) so I just put in my 2016 Personal Theme. And yeah, I obviously haven’t moved on from Me Before You yet. 😉 Got it from Incroyable Cases by the way, just in case you got interested. And no, sadly, I was not paid for that plug. 🙁 😛