I can save money on our cell phone plans without losing my beloved Internet!

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The other day, I received my combined phone bill for cable, home telephone, cellular service, and Internet and it was more than my car payment and insurance combined!

While my family has a very basic cable and internet plan, and we don’t even have call waiting on our home telephone (it’s only for emergencies) we have every possible add-on feature for all three of our cellular phones. We positively live on our cell phones and even though we are trying to cut back on unnecessary expenses, this is not an area that are willing to sacrifice on. 

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I have been looking into different cellular companies and their data plans and quite frankly, I was surprised at the options available to us! Net10 Unlimited offered nationwide coverage with unlimited talk, text and data for only $50 a month!

Net10 seems to offer everything that we currently have, but at a fraction of the price! I estimated that we would save approximately $40 a month by making the switch! And with great brand-name phones like LG, Motorola, Kyocera, Nokia and Samsung, we wouldn’t have to sacrifice the technology we’ve become accustomed to with our current carrier. 

As a Real NET10 customer, if I find that we aren’t using $50 worth of service, we can always switch to their Easy Minutes Plan, which is just $15 for 200 minutes – and because Net10 allows you to switch plans as frequently as each month, we would be able to adjust each month according to our usage. For instance, those months when my husband travels a lot for work and uses his work phone, we could downgrade him to the Easy Minutes Plan and save a few extra dollars! 

This sounds promising…

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