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Comparison shopping works well for groceries, but not for cell phones. After all, one can of beans is just like another. So it’s easy to save a nickel.
Cell phones? Forget it.
It’s not just the monthly cost; it’s the data plan, the texting plan, the reliability of the network, and the upfront cost. And don’t forget “overage charges” and “rollover data” and ”roaming fees.”
You could spend days figuring out which plan is right for you. Or you can spend minutes by letting a company called MoneySavingPro do it for you. And you don’t need to leave the house or even your desk.
Is your cell phone bill becoming too expensive? Well, maybe it’s time to start comparing plans. Did you know that as many as 50-70% of smartphone users are overpaying on their cell phone plans? MoneySavingPro makes it easy to shop for the cheapest cell phone plan and makes it easier than ever to switch. Whether you are shopping around for a new plan or simply want to calculate your possible savings; MoneySavingPro makes it quick and easy!
Researchers at MoneySavingPro begin reviewing each provider by pouring over their own website to find out what sets them apart from others in their industry. What features do they offer? Are the prices competitive? Then they look at the disclaimers and the asterisks, uncovering anything that a consumer would need to know. They make it a point to look at the fine print and translate it into easy-to-understand language so there are no surprises. MoneySavingPro also checks a companies standing with resources such as the Better Business Bureau, TrustPilot, and the American Customer Satisfaction Index and rely on experts and writers to bring ideas to life in a comprehensive, well-researched guide.
The company founded in 2016 by CEO Rob Webber, an expert on money saving tips and topics such as getting out of debt and personal finance. Webber developed the copany to help consumers make apples to apples plan comparisons and not get misled by confusing pricing models often used by the larger carriers.
“As a Brit living in the US, it interests me when I see big differences between these markets. For the last five years, the average UK phone bill has been declining and is now just $30 per month. While during the same period, the average US bill continues to rise and is now as much as $80 per month. I believe the three main reasons for the opposing trend in the UK – the early adoption of bringing your own phone plans, a number of low-cost resellers entering the market and an abundance of comparison sites. We are seeing similar trends starting to occur in the US, and we want to use a proven model to help consumers cut their monthly bills by easily switching to a cheaper carrier,” says Webber.
Mobile carriers are good at telling you everything you want to hear when it comes to having the fastest speeds to the best coverage. But, how do you know what you are getting yourself into? Doing the research yourself is not only time-consuming, but it can also be confusing. Who wants to go through all that? You can save hundreds or even thousands of dollars on your cell phone service by switching to a carrier that is more suited to your data and usage needs.
Experts from MoneySavingPro have spent hundreds of hours researching plans. Their website allows you to examine multiple carriers in one place so you can decide which deal is best for you. To get started, all you have to do is provide information about your current plan. Worried about early termination fees? Some carriers will pay off early termination fees and may allow you to keep your phone and phone number.
Although your monthly cell phone bill is not reported to the credit bureaus, if you stop paying your bill, it could end up in collections which will definitely impact your score. Don’t give up. Explore your options and examine your cell phone plan and contract. For more money tips visit Debt.com’s Solution Center
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Article last modified on November 9, 2017. Published by Debt.com, LLC .