Cell Phone Bill Hacks | Save Money & Lower Your Cell Phone Bill 🥇

**Cell Phone Bill Hacks | Save Money & Lower Your Cell Phone Bill 🥇**



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12 of my top tips to save money on all things mobile including the cell phones AND the service plans! Pay less for cellphones and service!!

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21 thoughts on “**Cell Phone Bill Hacks | Save Money & Lower Your Cell Phone Bill 🥇**

  1. The Frugal Minimalist

    Apologies to my awesome international viewers. 💜 Most information and the giveaway is aimed at the US audience.

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  2. Puretipz

    Thank you honestly I needed this video I've done some of these things already but some didn't come to mind so thank you

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  3. Vara Vanner

    Because all my families internet access is from our phones data I do a lot of this suggestions so that my data isn't being used for updates, but things update automatically when I connect to wifi at the store when shopping. Great video as always Wendy; so informative. Full watch, big like as always! 😊👍

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  4. How2 4Every1 aka budgeting a decade to freedom

    Even if I am in Canada…the how to save data on your phone is invaluable…thank you 😁

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  5. Cheryl Barron

    I was wondering that all your leg work to save money cost you more in gasoline?Not interested in phone thing.

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  6. Blessed In Bowie

    I gave up my cell phone a few years ago, just to prove to people that you can survive without it. People actually got mad at me! I heard, "But I can't text you!" I pointed out that they already didn't text me–I I was the one who instigated 99.9% of all conversations. When asked, I would simply say that I had better uses for the monthly $50 (I had a simple pre paid plan). I was then asked if we were having money issues! I had a home phone with my internet service, so I used that. I did carry an old cell phone with me if Obie and I were walking, because as long as there's a tower in your area, you can dial 911 without a service plan. I also used my old cell phone as an alarm, timer, phone book, camera, and if I was at the library, I could quickly use it for internet with the wifi. I did without an actual cell plan for over two years, and didn't get another one until earlier this year, when I decided that I wanted one again. I bought a simple pre paid phone for $50, and I pay for an unlimited text, talk and data plan each month. Oh, and the people who complained that they couldn't text me? They STILL don't! lol! Good video!

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  7. Staci Madron

    Frugal Wins! I am so excited I found your channel. Today is the first time I have watched. This will help my 80 year old mother in so many ways. Thank you for all these tips.

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  8. Maven Mommy

    I love your tips and already do most of them but found my room for improvement. As an only parent to 8 kids (not joking) saving money is important. The older ones help out (young adults) buy we could always be doing better. In our household, frugal wins. 😉

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