This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Republic Wireless.
I may have gone over budget this summer. Between new clothes, planning a few trips, and buying too many groceries we never ate, my finances needed an overhaul. I started by outlining things that I needed and had to have. I then moved on to entertainment. Things that are “nice” to have but are not necessary. This is when I realized that I could save a LOT of cash by using Republic Wireless for my cellular phone needs! I’m going to share how this wireless plan is saving my budget and show off my amazing device that is my go to camera for blogging photos on the go!
What is Republic Wireless?
I have seen Republic Wireless before, but I didn’t know how it could help me. Since it is a smarter smartphone service, it pioneered the idea of “WiFi first.” This means that customers can SAVE since they look for the less expensive WiFi network when possible and connects to nationwide 4G LTE cellular networks whenever necessary. You don’t have to worry about data again or mistakenly being on the wrong wireless device.
Republic Wireless plans start at $15 and include unlimited talk and text whether on WiFi or cellular. Data plans start at just $20 a month. There are no contracts or hidden fees which made it very easy to get started.
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My Republic Wireless Device
I’m not going to lie. I’m in LOVE with the technology of this Samsun S7 Edge device. Republic Wireless offers Android phones for all budget levels (see the full device list here). MONEY Magazine recognized Republic Wireless for offering the best basic plan by MONEY Magazine.
However, what I was most excited to test was the Republic Anywhere app. This app allows you to sync your Republic number with any device (laptops, phones and tablets) so you can see your text messages even when you are away from your phone! It is free for all Republic Wireless members. Forgot your phone? Don’t stress! You can see what urgent texts you may receive.
I also liked that I could check my cell data and how I was doing for the month inside the Republic Wireless app. What is great is that I didn’t use ANY of my data! Awesome, right?! I am always using my phone on WiFi which keeps my monthly bill low.
Republic Wireless Service
With my new wireless service and Android device, I can get serious about organizing my photos for Instagram! I have been trying to up my game on social media, and now I have a reliable device and service to do so. Here are a few tips to help streamline your social media photography game.
Use the WiFi to transfer photos to your computer, social media, or another device seamlessly. I loved being able to use Dropbox on my device to get photos from my computer or to send photos to my tablet or computer easily.
Try Planoly to schedule your Instagram. The best app I have found for Android social media scheduling is Planoly. There is a free plan where you can schedule your Instagram grid.
Google Photos can back up all your images. When I started using Google Photos on my Samsung S7, it was like… where has this been all my life?! It makes it so easy to automatically back up all my images without me even thinking about it.
Add a pop of color with apps like VSCO, A Color Story, and Lightroom. Those are the three photo editing apps I use on my Samsung S7 phone.
How will you use your Republic Wireless service? Do you use any photo editing apps?
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