Awesome things you can do for yourself by saving with prepaid plans

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A list of totally awesome things you can do for yourself by saving with prepaid plans #ChangingPrepaid #ad

Did you finally kick that ridiculous cell-phone bill to the curb? Or do you need some encouragement to take the leap and get a prepaid plan? Here’s a list of somethings you can do for yourself with the money you save with T-Mobile Simply Prepaid.

1.) Guilt-free shoe shopping
It’s no secret I love shoes. Especially red shoes. I’m not going to tell you exactly how many pairs of red shoes I have, but I will tell you the money I’m saving MONTHLY on my phone bill with prepaid plans? It’s equal to a new pair of shoes. And not cheap shoes either.

Save money! Buy cute shoes! #ChangingPrepaid #ad

2.) Lunch with a friend
Sick of having to tell your best gal pal you can’t meet her for lunch because you’re broke? Now instead of texting her over your ramen noodles at your desk, you can meet her for lunch without worrying about your texting plan or your phone bill.

3.) A day at the spa.
Okay, so maybe you won’t save enough in one month on your Simply Prepaid plan to get a full day at the spa, but you could save up over a few months. Or you can just for a manicure. If you’re in a thrifty mode you can splurge on some fancy polish and do your mani at home. I won’t tell.

A cute new phone deserves sassy nails! #ChangingPrepaid #ad

I love a cute mani, but I also love that I can justify some serious fun with hair color with the money I’m saving! Plus bonus points that I can surf the net or text and not worry about data!

Use your sweet #ChangingPrepaid phone while you get your hair done! #ad

4.) A new purse.
Some of my friends love their handbags like I love my shoes, which is why purses make this list. A pretty bag can make your day – and now that it’s spring, if you’re saving big bucks now with Simply Prepaid™, girl you deserve a new purse!

Carry your Samsung Avant in a cute handbag #ChangingPrepaid #ad

Check out how awesome Simply Prepaid™ and how it can work for your family in the video below.

So how are you going to make all this awesomeness happen for yourself? Introducing Simply Prepaid™ from T-Mobile. For just $40 dollars a month get 4G LTE data with unlimited talk and text – now I don’t know about YOUR current bill, but that’s going to save me about $1000 a year – which is a lot of shoes, lunches and mani-pedi’s! Not only that, but you can use a great phone like the Samsung Galaxy Avant for only $149.

With these prepaid plans you get unlimited talk, text, and data with your choice of a high-speed data amount(*with a max speed of 8Mbps) starting at $40/month all on T-Mobile’s Nationwide 4G LTE Network. No contract, no credit check, no overages. Just a great prepaid plan – and you can easily find everything you need at Wal-Mart.
Pick up your new Simply Prepaid™ phone at Walmart #ChangingPrepaid #adStop settling. Change EVERYTHING you know about prepaid plans! Enjoy Simply Prepaid™ with 4G LTE data on T-Mobile and start pampering yourself!

What awesome thing will you do for yourself with the money you save on Simply Prepaid™?

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About Kerri Jablonski

Kerri Jablonski AKA The Maven lives in Seattle,WA with her 3 kids (2008, 2010, 2013), husband, cat and backyard chickens. Two of her children have special needs. Kerri enjoys cooking, travel, movies and spending time with her family.

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  1. This confirms we need a girls date SOON. I love all your ideas to treat yourself with your savings!

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