“We all have to make cuts where we can in this economy,” she vented.
Still, with everyone upset with her, she has been left wondering whether canceling her mother-in-law’s phone plan was a jerky thing to do or not.
Did her mother-in-law have a right to give the phone away without consulting her or her husband? Should she be expected to foot the bill for the phone if it’s not being used how it was intended? Was she justified in canceling the phone plan? If you had been in this situation, would you have done the same?
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