How to Lower Cell Phone Bills

Lower cell phone bills

Cell phones, especially smart phones, can be one of the most expensive bills you have to pay each month. So if you are looking for lower cell phone bills, the savings can add up fast. But how do you go about lowering it? Check out our list of way to lower cell phone bills and start counting up the savings today.

Get a pay as you go plan

This is probably the best way to lower cell phone bills, even though it requires some work as you have to keep track of your usage closely. In addition, you’ll have access to a smaller number of new phones and they aren’t the latest models. But if you are willing to forgo a few of these luxuries, pay as you go is often the cheapest option.

Use a free texting app

Many plans charge for text messages, so this is a no-brainer. A texting app like WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger cost is free and offers even better functionality. The only downside is you need your friends and family to be on the platform as well. But even if you use it to supplement your texting, it can still help save you money. If you are connected to WiFi as well, these apps won’t use any data.

Always connect with WiFi

Data usage is often a major culprit for expensive cell phone bills. So whenever you are somewhere with WiFi access, connect right away. Some places that commonly have WiFi include your office, a coffee shop home, your gym or the library. With WiFi becoming more and more widespread in public places, this tip is only going to become more relevant in the years to come.

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