Let's bundle in the jungle! Bundling is where the money-saving action is, but only if Verizon FIOS has come to your doorstep. If you are unsure of the availability at your address, the on-line and 1-888 telephone sources will give you plenty of chances for hacking vines with big machetes.
It's a jungle out there, trying to understand the plans for high-speed internet, cable t.v., landline and wireless phones. A person could almost long for the good old days when the rotary dial phone was on the kitchen wall, and the t.v. got three channels. That would be a person feverish from malaria trying to dig a canal across the swampy isthmus of intentional confusion and leech-infested obfuscation. Would you rather be trapped in the quicksand of health insurance jargon, or the Babel of cellphone rate plans???
My herd of cellphones are with Cingular, which now has the silly name "AT&T Mobility." The name conjures up wheelchair racers talking on cellphones as they careen down the ramps at Madonna Rehab. At&T bundling is as bungled as Verizon's. Wheelchairs remind me of Tom Robbins' Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates. Check it out.
Let's bungle in the jungle --- well, that's all right by me.
I'm a tiger when I want love,but I'm a snake if we disagree.
© 2007 Nancy L. Ruder