Headline, April 28 2022/ BEATING : ''' '' STUDENTS -PRICING- STUNNING '' '''




BIG HEARTED OBSERVATION : THESE ARE GROWING MOMENTS brought to you and led by The World Students Society, when the World and Mankind truly feel that we all have everything in common and honours.

ON THE WORLD STUDENTS SOCIETY : THESE FORMIDABLE AND GREAT STUDENTS of  America : Beacon, LightHouse, Raise everything to the highest standards of life and living and set up to lead.

I take the liberty with the greatest of honours to ask the students of America to reach out to the lifelong endowed member of the World Students Society - H.E. President Barack H Obama for guidance and pathfinding. Founders Jordan and Engineer Salar Khan Yusufzai are tasked

!WOW! is the most democratic and the greatest of organizations Mankind ever conceived. Every power, and every honour, every ownership lies with the students of the entire world. Nothing works without their support and involvement. The Global Founder Framers carry the VETO torch.

AND THEN, one request to the cellular network providers all, in The Developing World - please, review, control and bring down all your costs and pricing on upgrades, too.

'' ZILLI - WHAT'S THIS GOING ON ABOUT PRICING SPIRALS? How in God's name are the students going to afford computers, smartphones, another upgrade, streaming services and on and on I can go? ''

THE WORLD OVER : WITH THE COST OF FOOD - GAS and electricity going up, we have no choice but to spend more. But we have more control over how much money we allocate to one of our largest-ticket items : personal technology.

Compared with the cost of gasoline, which surged 48 percent from March 2021 to March of this year, prices of tech products like smartphones, computers and apps are only inching upward - 1.3 percent in the same period, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

YET any increase is significant because tech products like TVs and phones are so expensive, to begin with - from a few hundreds to thousands of dollars. What's more, some luxury devices depreciate as quickly as cars, said Jully-Almy Taveras, a personal finance expert.

''Tech moves so quickly,'' said Ms. Taveras, a YouTuber known as Investing Latina who offers workshops on investing and saving money. ''If we spend so much on a computer, three years from now there's going to be another chip, another upgrade, another thing.''

'' Beyond hardware, we tend to lose track of spending on other types of tech, like online streaming services, cloud subscription and cellular bills. Here are some of the biggest budget drains.


A few dollars a month to watch your favorite shows on Disney+ and another few to manage your data with online services like Dropbox may sound like a bargain. But these costs rapidly add up.

On average, people spent $640 in 2019 on digital subscriptions, including streaming services, cloud storage, dating apps and productivity tools, according to an analysis by Mint, the online budgeting tool owned by Intuit. That's the equivalent of buying a fancy smartphone every year.

Here are the ways to curtail that spending :


MANY of us subscribe to streaming services like Apple TV+ and Hulu to watch specific shows, but we forget to cancel, once the program concludes. We would save if we searched the show's release schedule and created a calendar reminder to cancel the service the month the program aired its finale.


If creating a reminder sounds too tedious, there's a broader approach : Set saving goals periodically, like every six months. Dropping a few subscriptions would save hundreds of dollars through the remainder of the year, Ms. Taveras said.


For most people, there aren't practical reasons to back up data in multiple cloud services, like Dropbox, Box, iCloud and Google One.

Try to choose the one that best suits your devices and the type of software you use. A good rule of thumb is to select a cloud service that works well with many types of phones and computers, like Google One, in case you switch to different hardware products in the future.


Cellular bills can easily eclipse the cost of the cellphone itself if we aren't mindful about the plans we choose. In the last year, Americans who subscribed to Verizon Wireless plan spent $ 1, 342, and those who subscribed to T-Mobile paid $891, according to an analysis for The New York Times by Mint.

But the plans offered by the big carriers aren't the cheapest options. There are other brands that offer budget phone plans. WalletHub, a personal finance website with a phone plan calculator, found that Visible, which operates on Verizon's network, offers the best deal for individuals with a package that includes unlimited minutes and data at $40 a month. In contrast, Verizon's basic 5G plan costs $70 a month.

What's the catch? You won't get customer support from an established carrier. Also, off-brand carriers typically support only a limited list of cell phones. The good news is that more of them now usually include the most popular devices from Apple and Samsung, so the trade-off is minor.

You'll basically receive the same coverage for a much lower price,'' said Jill Gonzalez, an analyst for WalletHub.

The Honour and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on Tech Fix, Price Increases, and State-of-the-World, continues. The World Students Society thanks author Brian X. Chen.

With most respectful dedication to H.E. President Barack H Obama, the students of America, and then Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. 

See Ya all prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! -The Ecosystem 2011 :

Good Night and God Bless

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