Mobile phone carriers in the United States make it nearly impossible for their customers to make stupid, impulsive decisions. They lock in customers with two-year contracts, early termination fees, and family plans, and it takes months of careful planning to escape from the clutches of an evil (or just awful) carrier.
Thank goodness for that. If they made it any easier, I might have stupidly abandoned my Windows Phone last week, after I read Microsoft’s laughably lame explanation for its latest update woes. Instead, I’ve decided to keep it for another 90 days. Here’s what I’m waiting for.