My Story: Cutting the Cost of Phone and Cable
14 Ways to Save Money
According to NBCNews.com, the average American family spends $188 per month on their cell phone bill. Some families spend as much as $300 a month, each member of the family owning a smartphone in addition to a hotspot and a wireless connection. As a result, unfortunately, a lot of people have to skip out on other purchases in order to pay their bill.
If youíre in a position to get a new mobile phone service, here are five ways to cut down on your cell phone bill:
You donít have to sacrifice other purchases and other parts of your life by becoming a slave to your cell phone bill. Find a carrier and a plan that best suits your needs and save the extra dollars for something else you really want to enjoy.
Gina Jennings writes on behalf of Yourtel Wireless and Terracom Wireless. These authorized lifeline cell phone carriers provide free government Lifeline cell phones in Illinois, Oklahoma, Missouri and other states to qualifying low-income consumers who need access to affordable mobile service.
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