Verizon Data Plan $15 or $30

October 30, 2010

Few minutes ago, I called Verizon Wireless’s customer representative to request for change data plan. There is no option to switch to new data plan using the web site. Per our discussion, if I over 150MB, let say 152MB, I will pay another $15.00 for next 150MB. Total 30 dollars for 152MB not 17 dollars as I thought based on the information obtained on the web before Verizon official launched this new promotion.

Verizon’s customer representative looked up my usage and recommended me to stay with unlimited data plan. My average data usage is over 150MB. It’s a good advise. But, I actually use less. Why? When I was forced to pay $30 for unlimited, I used 3G to the max. I turned off Wi-Fi and used 3G only to view You Tube and other videos. Now, I changed to $15 data plan, I will turn on Wi-Fi. Use smartphone with Wi-Fi is faster than using 3G. My phone battery used less power when I have Wi-Fi.

The money I save is the money I make.


Let Vote Out All Incumbents

May 10, 2010

The real change we need is a new face our Congress. Let vote out all incumbents in the Congress regardless they’re in your party or not. Here the first one.

SALT LAKE CITY – Once-popular Sen. Bob Bennett fell victim to a growing national conservative movement with his stunning defeat atUtah’s GOP convention.

Sell on the news

April 19, 2010

After Google reported first quarter earning on Thursday, April 15, their stock went down 5%. Google beat estimate but stock down. Why? I guest investors or traders took profit. It is sell on the news.

Time to buy Google

January 13, 2010

Per MarketWach Google shares slip on worries about China:

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Google Inc.’s stock came under pressure Wednesday morning as Wall Street expressed concern about the long-term risks that could come if the company follows through on a threat to cease operations in China.

Should we jump in to buy its stock?

Why I should pay more $200 for Google Nexus One

January 13, 2010

According to Reuter’s article ( )

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc’s new Nexus One smartphone, which retails for $529 without a service plan, is built from components that cost about $174, according to a research report.

It’s not make sense to pay more than $200 for Google Nexus One.


January 10, 2010

When I followed Google related news, I noticed many people mentioned about Ubuntu. So what is the Ubuntu? Ubuntu is a GNU/Linux Operating System. I tried it and liked it.

FarmVille is fun

October 2, 2009

I do not play game much. I did not pay much attention to FarmVille until last week. Before that, some of my friends in Facebook sent me a FarmVille gift, I just left them out. Somehow, the game catched my eye when I surf the internet. I tried and I liked. FarmVille make me relax and have a lot fun. I like this game.