There are just so many services out there now, and quite a number of them are subscription-based. This means if you’re not ready to pay for them, you can’t have access. Fair enough, yeah?
But for the average young Nigerian adult, this arrangements comes with a set of struggles.
1. You, looking at a new service you think you will enjoy
I know I have Netflix already, but Showmax looks interesting too.
2. And the best part is you can afford it
Just 3k? Let’s do this.
3. How you look at subscription services that want you to pay for a full-year
3. When you find out that you’re subscribed to more services than you actually need
How did I get here?
4. And the number of people you share your subscription with
Why am I the only one paying?
5. When it’s the end of the month and the debits start coming in
It’s the end of the world. No one can tell me anything.
6. When you share subscription costs with someone and they stop paying after the first month
Are you even mad?
7. And the most painful part, when you forget to cancel a free trial before the next charge
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