Saturday, July 23, 2011

Saving Some Money on the Cell Phone Bill

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We were discussing out cell phone plan the other night. We've currently got a family plan that allows us to share 1200 anytime minutes each month.  We've also got unlimited texting, picture messaging, and video messaging.  Jeffrey doesn't even carry his phone because he's got a phone from work they like him to carry because he can get all his email on it.  Cory uses his quite a bit for talking to his friends and texting, and I use mine once in a while.  So really, we're paying for 3 phones and lots of minutes, but we're really not using everything we're paying for, and any minutes we don't use are just gone.
I'm wondering if we could save some money like real TracFone customers everywhere by switching to TracFone.  We could still get brand name phones from leading manufacturers like Motorola, Kyocera, LG, Nokia and Samsung, anything from really simple phones to high-tech Smart phones.  You can get great phones packed with features like camera/video recorder, web access, app capabilities, mp3 player, and full QWERTY keyboard, for $29.99, so there's not a big cost to get started.   Here's a video showing some of the features available on one of the phones:

With TracFone, there are no contracts, no credit checks, no activation charges or cancelation fees. The difference with TracFone is that you only pay for what you use.  Select from pay as you go airtime cards or convenient no contract monthly plans.  There's a 1-year service card with 800 minutes for only $119.00, and double minutes for the life of your TracFone.  So does that mean you really get 1600 minutes?  Or is it just when you buy more minutes?  I'm not sure, but considering how often I use my phone, it probably wouldn't matter.  I'd probably be just fine with that, and it works out to only $10/month!  There are also monthly plans  that give you 200 minutes for under $30.00, and as low as $9.99 for 50 minutes.
TracFone offers great nationwide coverage and even international long distance for no extra charge.  It sounds like a really good deal, and according to these real TracFone customers the coverage is really reliable.  They had a cell phone signal when people who were paying much more had none!  And that's important, because it wouldn't help to save money on the cell phone bill if you had to give up service to do it.
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1 comment:

  1. I love the iPhone but hate the big monthly bills. :-p My husband has a TracFone and he loves it. :)


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