College or Cell Phone? You Decide

Barry Lenson

College or Cell Phone? You Decide

When a friend of ours heard about StraighterLine’s Freshman Year College Plan for $999 the other day, he said, “That’s less than what I pay for my cell phone!”

That got us thinking about all the things that cost more than a year of college-credit courses at StraighterLine. Depending on your lifestyle, a year of StraighterLine will cost less than a year of . . .

  • Yoga
  • Pilates
  • Beer
  • Gasoline
  • Electric bill
  • Dry cleaning
  • Starbucks
  • Cable TV
  • Car insurance (in many states, anyhow)
  • Internet service
  • Vacations
  • Hockey tickets
  • Skating lessons 
  • Phone bill
  • Going out to dinner once a week
  • Heating bill
  • Haircuts (depends on your hair)
  • Dentist
  • Health club
  • The subway, bus or train
  • After-work cocktails at Moe’s

That’s our short list that you can add to, based on your own expenses. So should you carry a cell phone or go to college? Thanks to StraighterLine, you can afford to do both.

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