Friday, April 26, 2013

NET10 Wireless NASCAR Driver: Germán Quiroga



The NASCAR Camping World Truck is back in full swing this season and we’re proud to have NET10 Wireless® Tundra driver Germán Quiroga and Red Horse Racing on our docket.

Quiroga, who hails from Mexico City, Mexico, has finished 25th, 29th and 11th respectively in the first three races of the season.

We’re looking forward to seeing Quiroga smoke the competition in May at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Mark your calendars for the race and wish him luck with his practice on Twitter at @gerspeed1.

¡Vamos Germán!

Race schedule:
No.
Race Title
Track
Date
5
May 17
6
May 31
7
June 7
8
June 27
9
July 13
10
July 24
11
August 3
12
August 17
13
August 21
14
TBA
September 1
15
September 8
16
September 13
17
September 28
18
October 19
19
October 26
20
November 1
21
November 8
22
November 15

Monday, April 1, 2013

NET10 House Rules for the Modern Family


You can add an extra family member for as little as $40/month on NET10’s family plan, making it easy to save money and get the whole family on board. Whether your NET10 family consists of friends, roommates, siblings, or cousins, setting a few ground rules will help keep things on the right track.

Here are our top five tips for cell phone etiquette that will keep a harmonious household.

  1. Establish phone-free zones and times.
    • No cell phones at the dinner table, at birthday parties, or while watching a movie together. Whenever you’re spending quality time, leave those phones in another room.
  2. Power down all cell phones at night.
    • Kids playing games on their phones late into the night? Have an enthusiastic friend that likes to text you non-stop? Turning off all of the cell phones in the house after 9 p.m. will help you and your family get a full night's sleep.
  3. Stay on top of costs.
    • Remind your family that downloading wallpapers, ring tones, apps and games may cost additional money and that they should only do so after asking permission.
  4. Encourage your kids to check-in wherever they go.
    • Whether they’re heading to a friend’s house after baseball practice, or flying to Florida for a visit with Grandma, get your kids in the habit of keeping you posted. It’s not only courteous, but will put you mind at ease.
  5. Stop counting minutes.
    • No more cutting that conversation short because you’re running low on minutes.
Whether you’re an individual, a couple, or a family of four, we have the perfect plan for you no matter who’s in your household. Pay by the month or pay as you go, but never, ever pay more than the minutes and data you use. Learn more about our family plans here.