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“Last month IntelliProtect launched a $8.95-a-month privacy service that will, among other things, prevent people from seeing some online ads based on tracking data.”
“Its simplest funeral plan allows members to make an average $6-a-month payment via mobile phone, ensuring a lump sum payout for the person's funeral when he or she dies.”
“Its tiered billing plans include a $15-a-month option and a $300 lifetime membership.”
“Tom Rudnai, president of Longo Toyota in El Monte, Calif., the nation's largest single Toyota dealer, said his dealership is still offering a $259-a-month, three-year lease on certain Prius models, and 2.9% financing for five-year loans.”
“I'm looking forward to going back to France very soon, Strauss-Kahn said outside the $50,000-a-month Tribeca townhouse he rented while facing the assault charges.”
“For many people though, the Netflix changes could encourage them to save money by switching to cheaper plans, including an existing $7.99-a-month streaming-only option and a new DVD-only rental plan for the same price.”
“The family receives disability benefits for one child, but doesn't have enough income to cover their $750-a-month rent.”
“If you're the beloved relative who gets them set up with that $100-a-month discipline, that's powerful, says Brian Wagenbach, branch manager for the Charles Schwab offices in Minneapolis.”
“As numbers from Three's £25-a-month unlimited data tariff show, once price constraints are removed there is no longer anything tentative about use of mobile broadband.”
“I drive a 2003 Ford Explorer with 65,000 miles, and it works just fine," Mr. Llorente said, a nod to Mr. Alvarez's BMW, which had been partially subsidized by an official $800-a-month car allowance—on top of two other county-issued vehicles.”
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