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Making the Switch to T-Mobile

I'm No Loyalist I've said it before, but I'm no loyalist. As a consumer, life is too short to stick with a company that isn't at the top of their game. When it comes to phone plans, I've had them all. Having grown up with Sprint, I opened a Verizon account in college because they had the most competitive plan; only to move to AT&T six years ago to improve my monthly bill. This week, I made the move to T-Mobile. Why? T-Mobile offers several companies their new Amplified plan that offers unlimited data, talk and text (even internationally.) I was fortunate that my employer is on that list, and if yours is too, here's what you can expect: The unlimited talk, text and data in the US, Canada and Mexico may be worth the switch alone, but they just kept sweetening the deal. Notably, this pla

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Dining with Uber

Negative changes took place for the Uber card on November 1, 2019 including the removal of the subscription credit and changes to the cell phone insurance. Learn more here. You knew Uber could take you to dinner, or bring it to you, but did you know it could also earn you 4% back when you dined out anywhere? Since acquiring the Uber credit card on its release date, it has become my exclusive card for dining out, and with that representing our largest monthly expense, we've quickly noticed the benefits! The Uber card is great for anyone who uses Uber for ride-share or food delivery; but it also serves as a cash-back card for those who don't. Regardless of your relationship with the company, if you dine out frequently, you need this card. In addition to receiving 4% on dining, this card a

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