100 Days of Christmas Savings: Day 63, Reduce Your Cell Phone Plan

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100dayscellCell phones, while awesome in helping you stay in touch with family and friends, they are also pretty expensive. Almost everyone nowadays has an expensive data plan that allows them to use Facebook, search for things on the web, and use a variety of apps. Once you’re used to being able to use your phone for everything, it can be hard to downgrade. But it’s worth it when you look at how much you can save every month!

Unless you work in a job where you need to always be accessible via email, you probably do not need the expensive data package that comes with your phone. After all, does so much really happen on Facebook that you just can’t wait until you get home?

Lots of people who try this money-saving tip report other benefits. They spend more time engaging with their family and less time staring at their phone screen, feel less obligated to always be accessible to others, and experience fewer headaches.

If your cell phone provider doesn’t want to let you drop down to a less expensive plan without paying a hefty fee, try this method. Call and tell them that you want to cancel your plan. They’ll inevitably ask why—explain that you don’t need the huge data plan you have and you’d rather go with a more affordable provider. They will probably come up with a way for you to get the cheaper plan without paying the fee.

You can also check out my post on Walmart Family Mobile- they have a great program at a good price.

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