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You probably have your cell phone by your side while you’re reading this and it’s not a surprise considering how important that small gadget is in our generation. Unfortunately, you are paying too much for that piece of electronics every single month. If overpaying for your phone bill is a problem you are facing right now, don’t fret just yet as there is still hope. All you need are a few small changes to the way you use your phone. It may hurt at first, but it will definitely save you thousands of dollars this 2013.
Subscribe to the Right Plan
This may sound very obvious because no one wants to subscribe to the wrong plan in the first place anyway, right? Wrong. No one wants to end up with a wrong phone plan that can cause them to spend thousands on their phone usage each year, but that’s just what’s happening all the time. The problem may be with the plan, but oftentimes, it’s also with the subscriber. Ideally, you would want to carefully review how you use your phone before signing a contract. You can do this by checking your bills for the past 6 months and see whether you exceed your usage limits all the time. If you always exceed your minutes limit, find a plan where you can bump up your voice minutes. If your previous bills show you never exceed your minutes limit, then you can find a plan with a lower monthly rate.
Drop the Data Plan
Going data-free is one of the most sensible moves you can make this year to save on your phone bill. This may not be applicable to all users, particularly to those with Smartphones, but it is for most, and the good news is that it’s possible. Instead of relying on your phone for Internet services, use other gadgets like your laptop or tablet. Or if you have no choice but to use your phone, only use it when a Wi-Fi connection is available. Believe it or not, you’ll be able to save up to $ 50 a month just by doing this.
Trim Down Your Data Usage
If going data-free is not an option you would love, try going on a data diet instead. Opt for the lowest data plan and see to it that you do not exceed your limits. At the same time, find out which phone apps you use are eating most of your bandwidth. It may be a free game you’ve downloaded to your phone, or an internet streaming media app. If you get rid of such apps, do so, and you will reduce your phone bill by up to $ 35 a month.
Virgin, Telstra, and Vodaphone are three of the top providers you choose from if you are in Australia, but they are not your only option. If you can sign up to a smaller carrier, you can cut your phone bill by a significant amount. Compare the best prepaid phone plans and find out which carrier will allow you to cut your monthly cost the most.
Other Bill-Cutting Tips
It’s really interesting to know that there are so many ways you can reduce your phone bills. You can go contract-free, opt for a prepaid plan, and even use the Internet instead of your phone for free voice and text. Keep these things in mind and you’ll be able to save hundreds and even thousands of dollars on your phone bill this year!
Dave Carter is an independent consultant for small businesses. A techie at heart, he’s up to speed with the latest releases and innovations in consumer technology, sharing his insights in language ordinary users can understand. There’s more info on this site on the best prepaid phone plans.
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