Now listen to two students discussing the letter.
Hey, Jimmy, did you read this?
I did, yeah, what do you think about it?
I don't know, I don't think it'd be a very good idea.
Oh yeah? But it's true that a lot of us have our own phones...
Yeah, but it's good to have both.
The service we get with our own phones isn't always reliable.
Maybe it's 'cause there are a lot of hills around here, but
my service doesn't work that well in this area. A lot of times calls get cut off or the reception isn't good-
I can't hear the person on the other line.
Yeah, I've had some friends say that too actually.
So it's good to have a backup option, something we can use if our own phones aren't working.
I see what you mean. But when you think of the money...
Well, I don't buy his argument there either.
Because I don't know if you've noticed this on the housing bill we get from the university, but
right now we only pay per call.
Yeah... so if you don't make many calls, you don't pay much...
I mean if you use it a lot, of course, you'll pay more...
but students can avoid that if they just avoid using it as much as possible.
Oh I see... OK.
So I think they should just keep it the way it is now.