How to save money on your phone bill
Are you overpaying on your phone bill?
According to a study carried out by ConsumerReports, the minimum amount an average cellphone user can pay by using one of the 4 big phone carriers on the market (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint) is $40/month. This easily translates into minimum $480/year just for you… not to mention your family.
Cut down on extra costs
One option would be to cut back on all the extra costs and services you don’t actually use. If you’re only using minutes & texts, then you definitely don’t want to pay for 1GB extra… that you signed up for “just in case”.
Go WiFi whenever possible
There are millions of cafes, libraries, and public places with free WiFi. Take advantage of them and set your mobile data OFF by default. This way you’ll actually get used to searching for public networks instead of automatically playing a YouTube video from your 3G/4G data allowance.
Get the right plan… for YOU.
You and only you can know what plan fits you best. And you’re the only one who can build a plan with everything that you need… nothing less and nothing more. So, build your own plan with the exact amount of data, minute & calls you need.
Here are a few examples on how you can mix minutes, texts & data:
And the list can go on. Mix it up as you like!