Last month I instigated the move from a pay monthly contract over to pay as you go on my mobile phone in order to try and save some money.
I was getting around £40 debited from my bank every month, which comes to around £480 a year on phone bills, which frankly is f**king ridiculous.
When I spoke to Orange, my service provider, they said it's take about a month to go through, which seems a bit of a long time considering I was already a customer, and I'm sure it has something to do with trying to get one more contract bill out of me. Anyway my new SIM card arrived today and all I had to do was ring customer services and activate it.
That is one less bill to pay if I don't want to, although I'll probably spend about £20 a month, which is still half the amount I was paying.
In other news, I rang up my Primary Care Trust [PCT] in order to find an NHS dentist, but there are none available at the moment and I've been added to the database waiting list. I'm going to ask how much it'll take to get a bit of work done 'private', as I also lost a filling last week and it's quite sensitive, but I'm guessing it'll be cheaper to wait for an NHS dentist and stick to popping the ibuprofen.
Anyway, night night all!!! :)