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Save money on your Cell Phone Bill with our Free App

Save Money on Your Cell Phone Bill with the Phone Bill Cut App

We’ve developed an app for you, to help you save money on your cell phone bill.

Answer a few simple questions and find out how much you can save by switching plans or cell phone providers.

It guides you through a few simple questions and presents you with a number of cell phone plans that meet your needs.  These plans could save you hundreds, or thousands of dollars over what you are paying now.

Try our app, find a plan to save you money, live better!

Download Phone Bill Cut on the Apple App StoreGet Phone Bill Cut on Google Play

 

 

 

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65 Ways To Save Money on Your Cell Phone & Plan – The Ultimate Guide

Cell Phone Savings

Want to go on a free vacation?  

Do those home improvements you’ve always wanted to do – all paid for?  

Go out to eat, and pay nothing?  

You can save thousands of dollars over the life of a normal 2 year contract, and use it how you want!

Here are 63 ways to save money on your cell phone bill.  Try them out and leave us a comment below letting us know what you did with extra money.  Have questions?  Leave those in the comments too 🙂

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Easily save $1704 on your cell phone bill

Money, Cell Phone and Soda

What average people pay for their cell phone bill

The average iPhone owner in the United States pays $111 a month for their cellular phone bill, according to Consumer Reports. $111!

$111 a month adds up to $2644 over two years. $2644!

It’s no wonder that telecommunications companies in the United States are making enormous profits.

Don’t be average – save thousands on your cell phone bill

Instead of paying $111 a month, these average iPhone owners could instead be paying a cell phone bill of $40 a month.

…All while retaining coverage on a nationwide network, unlimited talk/text, and a nice amount of data 2.5 GB of 4G data.  (This plan happens to be a plan by Cricket wireless, who uses the AT&T network.)

Paying $40 a month instead of $111 a month saves $71 a month.  $71!

Saving $71 a month gives you $1704 left over after two years.  $1704!

Is there a catch?  Do I need to sign a contract?  How can this be?

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