Stupid analogy like usual. Dumping Deangelo and saying you saved money is like buying a phone with a 2 year contract and then deciding you can save a few bucks by switching to another carrier because they have cheaper phones. So you cancel your contract, pay hundreds in penalties as a cancellation fee and rationalize that down the road you will actually save money. Other smart folks like myself, weight out the pros and cons, compare the costs and either decide to wait until the contract is up to switch to avoid large penalty fees or we negotiate with the carrier to let us go for less than the total cancellation fee.
No, a more accurate cellphone metaphor for this would be say I was to have a blackberry curve. It was a really good phone at the time I bought it (let's say circa early 2010), so good in fact that I decided I wanted a 5 year plan on this phone. But now, the screen's been cracked and it shuts off sometimes because of that one time I got drunk and fell in the pool at a BBQ and got it working again but it was never the same. I want a new phone but ATT won't let me get a new policy. I'm paying 139 a month, which includes data and unlimited text with a cancellation fee of, say, 175. Whelp I just found a new phone by Verizon HTC droid whatever and it's absolutely free with 2 year activation. Anyway, it's 60 dollars a month and includes unlimited talk/text and all the data I need, which isn't nearly as much as the data I signed up for when I was using it a lot more 3 years ago. So let's match up how much I'd be paying staying with ATT for the next two years with the same old phone or switching over to Verizon and eating 175 dollars so I can go down $80 a month in phone payments for the next two years
Smart folks can see the correlary to our situation, ignorant ones can't? Which are you?
Smart folks also understand that's not the way corrolary is spelled