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FreedomPop is free...you just have to read the fine print. To avoid the trouble that other users are experiencing:#1: use at least 5mb per month to remain in "active" otherwise in 30 days they cancel your account and you have to pay $20 to reactivate; #2: For the "free" plan, which I have...500mb per month...stay between 5mb and 400mb, otherwise if you use 401mb..they suspend your account unless you let them hold $10...to cover mb usage beyond 500mb plan. You can earn free mb....but stay below 100mb of your total data..ie "free" 500mb plus earned 225mb equals 725mb, then you can use up to 625mb...before they ask to hold $10...They will only start deducting from your account if you go "over" your total data plan. Beware of the free MB(data) offers...they install a lot of unwanted apps/pop-up on your PC....and they are hard to delete!!!!
This thing is seriously ginormous. I have kind of smallish hands, and sometimes I don't feel like I've got a secure grip on the tumbler. I ordered the tumbler handle for the "other" name brand one, and it fits this one perfectly. The tumbler does fit in my car travel cup place, but there isn't really room for a second beverage because of how hulking this tumbler is, unless that container is like a soda can or something that it straight on the sides from the bottom to the top. The lid is super secure and fits an extra long slim steel straw (regular diameter straw size). It's made in China, but so is the name brand one. Watch for it to go on sale!
Wow! So much better than playing school or house for brainwashing---I mean, acclimatizing today's tots to the realities of the Global War on Terror. I especially appreciated the enclosed signed photo of Michael Chertoff and his letter explaining how necessary it is to start educating today's youth early with toys like these, especially as their elders just don't seem to be taking the whole thing seriously, what with posting snarky reviews on Amazon and all, and it's going to take a while to get KBR's re-education camps in Nevada up and running properly. I know my little four year-old grandson was really impressed with this set. He's now so scared it's undone a whole year of potty training and he's now wetting his pants about five times a day. He's back to playing with his old set of wooden blocks