I signed up for T-Mobile’s $50 unlimited home internet service. Here’s what happened – CNET

So after more than a week with T-Mobile Home Internet, what’s the verdict? I’m keeping it, at least for now. There’s no contract, so I can always go back to Comcast if things don’t work out. And even if it’s not perfect 100% of the time, well, neither is Comcast — and imperfection is a lot more tolerable when you’re paying less than half what you were before. If this service is available in your area, I’d say it’s definitely worth a try. If nothing else, as noted above, the presence of a new competitor gives you a bargaining chip; you might be able to negotiate a lower rate from your current provider.

I signed up for T-Mobile’s $50 unlimited home internet service. Here’s what happened – CNET

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Sounds like a great idea. I put myself on the wait list.

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The Non-Covid Spending Blowout

(From The Wall Street Journal) Last year’s Cares Act distributed money mainly by state population, but much of the $220 billion for states in the new bill will be allocated based on average unemployment over the three-month period ending in December.

Source: The Non-Covid Spending Blowout

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So reward the Blue States that bought into the need to lockdown?

Argh!

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