Combine Your Communication Services
Most companies offer reduced rates for bundling up your land line, cable and internet connection. Some will offer to buddle your land line, mobile and internet.
These combined services (called a Triple Play Package) not only cost less, but offer the convenience of a single bill. They are almost always a good deal, and are worth switching to.
Drop Call Waiting
Unless you get it for free, cancel your call waiting service. Most people don’t use it anyway.
Cancel Cell Phone Services You Don’t Use
Go through your cell phone bill and look for services that you don’t use. You may find services you didn’t know you pay for.
Re-evaluate the cost effectiveness of the services that you do use. Then, call your cell phone company and have all the services that you don’t need canceled.
Try A VOiP Type Service
These services enable you to make cheap phone calls using your internet connection, and rate can be as low as $20 a year!
Consider a Pay-As-You-Go Mobile Line
Re-evaluate your communication need and usage. Do you really use all those minutes and texts that come as part of your package? Do you really need them?
If the answer is no than consider switching to a pay-as-you-go mobile phone. There are numerous deals starting as low as $20 for a phone with initial credit, and you only pay for the odd call as and when you need to
Get Rid of Excess TV Channels
Most people with cable or satellite services are often paying for a premium package but rarely watch those extra channels.
When asked – people will say that they want to have the option of watching these channels. But most rarely or never do.
Try canceling all these channels and see what happens. You can always go back and re-include them, but chances are you will find out that you are better of without them, putting that cash back in your pocket.
Get Rid of Your Home’s Phone
Many don’t get rid of their land line just because of the 911 service, and that’s understandable. But if you’re comfortable relying on a cell phone, there’s no reason to keep your home’s phone.
Giving up your land line is a great way to save money. If, however you choose to keep it, consider reducing your service to the minimum and only use the phone in an emergency.
Save on Long Distance Calls
There are numerous companies that offer low rates on long distance as well on toll calls.
First – sit down with your phone bills from last 6 month and analyze them.
Then – pick up the pone and dial your company’s tool free number and inquire about the lowest rate plane that suit best your calling profile.
Then go online and scope the best rates in your area. Call the carrier, confirm the details, and make the change. As simple as that.
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