Admit it! You either play Pokémon or know somebody who captures, battles, and trains virtual creatures through the most downloaded app on the planet. And probably by now, you know all the names of the most famous hard to get Pokémon and the most common places to find them.
Ever wondered what’s the difference between an online retailer and a brick-and-mortar one? Ever considered that a supermarket’s presence in your neighborhood may be reflected in the price you pay for the services purchased? The controversy has been going on for a few decades now and the pro’s and con’s are very diverse and strongly tight to the type of goods customers look for.
Happy Independence day, America! Today Tello celebrates not only independence and freedom but also all those independent users who had the courage to port in to a new mobile network and build their own plan from scratch!
You may have heard this term before OR know what it is. But for those new to it, it could help you save more on your monthly cell phone bill. To start,
On average a smartphone user uses up to 20 mobile apps on a monthly basis and downloads up to 100 apps in a period of 5 years. But are there any similarities between the apps we download? Sure there is! According to List25.com, here are the most downloaded apps of all times… from the Big Bang of smartphones and up until now. Curious who ranks at #1? Follow the list below!
What makes a good service? What makes a company user friendly? What makes a customer turn into a loyal one? There are a million answers to these questions, but most of them usually refer to: transparency, correct pricing, adaptability, loyalty rewards & perks and last, but definitely not least: a good Customer Service team.
New phones are available for you with prices starting at $56 (Kyocera Hydro), plus 5 new smartphones you’ve been looking for can be purchased from Tello: Samsung Galaxy 6, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Samsung Galaxy Note 5. And this is not all, you can view all the phones we’ve prepared for our users on our Phones page.
How can you save money on your phone bill? According to a study operator by ConsumerReports, the minimum amount an average cellphone user can pay by using one of the 4 big phone carriers on the market (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint) is $40/month. This easily translates into minimum $480/year just for you… not to mention your family….
Tello is the newest MVNO in the USA and the first to offer A La Carte plan pricing with “No Fees, Whatsoever.” With plans starting at just $5/month and a “No Fees, Whatsoever” promise, Tello aims to innovate and challenge all other providers in the wireless market. With Tello, “No Fees, Whatsoever,” literally means no fees.