Juliefest2002 = good idea, lots of response
BC Long Distance = good idea, not lots of response.
Maybe the initial "jump in" price was too high, so we're going
to run a special.
Just 8.3 cents a minute for anytime long distance.
cents a minute - cheeeeeap.
If you call someone during the day, or charge a call to your house from work,
AT&T will sock you for 50 cents a minute, a dollar a minute, two dollars a mionute etc.
That's why they never quote you a rate when Carrottop does his pitch.
He says "save big" on long distance - well, hey - compared to what?
The big guys are lying, they're trying to screw you.
Let bartcop.com be your long-distance carrier.
8.3 cents a minute for ANYTIME calls.
PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org
This isn't something we planned to do, or wanted to do, but we're
in a situation
where expenses are at an all-time high and treehouse donations are at a low,
so I thought I'd make this OFFER to see if anyone was interested.
No, it's not the greatest deal on Earth, but I've seen big companies
17 cents a minutes, and 8.3 is less than 17, right?
If you use AT&T, Sprint or MCI, check your phone bill.
Swear to Koresh, sometimes you're paying THIRTY cents a minute for long distance.
Funny how Ol' Bart could offer you a 8.3 cents a minute and the big boys charge 30 cents.
You travelers - if you're ever in a hotel and call long distance,
you could be paying
up to a dollar a minute with hotel charges. If you use a pay phone at a truck stop,
you could be paying three dollars a minute - trust me - I've been there.
The cards are good ANYTIME - none of this nights & weekends
The only bad news is if you're at some truck stop or hotel, they'll charge you three or
six minutes worth of time for the call, but you're saving 1-3 dollars a minute if that happens.
The cards are good forever, too - they don't expire.
Here's how it works:
You PayPal or snail mail me $83, and I'll e-mail you a 800 number and
a code that enables you to have one thousand minutes of long distance.
My good math tells me that just 8.3 cents a minute - that's cheap!
and you don't have to listen to Carrottop.
Maybe this will be a successful fund-raising idea, maybe not,
but lately we've negelected to be
sufficiently selfish and expenses are piling up, so if you're paying MORE than a 8.3 cents a minute
(you are) you might consider getting in. Even you people with "free" long distance on your
cell phones - you signed up for the $40 plan but your bill is always $75-100, right?
If you want in, PayPal me at email@example.com
or snail mail $83
PO Box 54466, Tulsa, OK 74155 and put "Cheap long distance" on your money order.
I'll e-mail you the phone number and a private code good for 1000 minutes.
Ma Bell is an abusive, greedy mother - I'll treat you better.
Make bartcop.com your long distance carrier.
You save money and the treehouse gets a nickle - that's cool.