Never Fear When You Own a Smartphone

As a select Glam correspondent, US Cellular asked me to describe an instance where I was in a tight situation and my smartphone helped me find my way out of it.


I travel twice a month, so when it comes to flying I think I’m a pro. I check in, pick my seat, print my boarding pass at home, and security is most often a breeze for me. However, just recently I wasn’t as prepared as I usually am, and I could’ve missed my flight. I printed my boarding pass but it really didn’t help that I left it on the printer at home. I made this discovery only after making my way through the security line, which was about 45 minutes long…This is when I looked up at the clock and realized my flight was boarding in less than 20 minutes!

What did I do? I remembered my airline was now issuing mobile boarding passes. I waited aside, looked up my itinerary on my smartphone and selected the option to have a mobile boarding pass sent to my android device. So thanks to my smartphone, I didn’t have to head back to check in, get my boarding pass printed, miss my flight and get stuck flying standby!

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Disclosure: Compensation was provided by US Cellular via Glam. The opinions expressed herein are the opinions of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of US Cellular.

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