Cut Down Your Cell Phone Bill

This post brought to you by TracFone. All opinions are 100% mine.

Exactly how many cell phones do you pay for in your household? The average family with a couple of children can end up paying hundreds of dollar a month. Cell phones are big expenses because it is a monthly bill.

If you are ready to cut down on your cell phone bills and pick up a mobile phone carrier that is more controllable and cost effective then, you should join the real TracFone customers.

TracFone can be whatever you want it to be. You can tailor each cell phone number according to your need. No more having to bundle every number into a family plan, when not everyone in your household requires the same cell phone options. For example, if you need to have a limited number of minutes for a kid at summer camp for a few months, you can purchase a prepaid phone for that purpose. Pay as you go, or pay only for what you use. There is no contract, no credit fees and it costs very little to get him / her a Tracfone so you all can stay in touch.

Tracfone is not just for the limited users. If you have needs for more minutes, like our real TracFone customers, try the double minutes for the life of your phone, it is a feature that can be purchased separately for only $19.99, but some phones include it! And if you feel more comfortable having the extra minutes, the 1 year service cards give you so much more. Receive double minutes for the life of your TracFone, and 800 minutes, for only $119.00

Do you have friends and relatives that live out of the country? TracFone has over over 60 destinations worldwide and offers an international plan. This is the only wireless service where you can call internationally, for the same price as any other call. No set up fees, no complicated international price, you can call directly from your TracFone at no extra cost!

But for the most part, if you have those people in your family with cell phone need for emergency only you can choose a monthly plan as low as $9.99 for 50 minutes.

There you go, start working out the numbers and see how much you can save!

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  1. Amanda, I have had Tracfone for years and I love it. I just add the minutes as I need them and there is no contract or anything. I have one of the old Nokia phones but I am going to upgrade the phone in about a week or so and even buy the $9.99 plan. It's a no hassle cell phone and you never have to worry about hidden fees or anything like that. It's perfect for me.

  2. Amanda, I was very happy with my TracFone for the year + that I owned one and never thought of replacing it till my youngest son asked me to join his plan and hubby and I decided to drop the land line. The reception is actually better.

  3. I have never had a TracFone but they sound like a great deal especially for a family with children. I use my phone for more than calls but if I didn't I would go for this.

  4. we have flat rate and since we do not talk a lot, we have lots of roll over minutes. but yeah, it can be very costly if we go beyond our minutes :(

  5. That's an interesting and informing post! Thanks for sharing!

  6. I've had a tracfone before and it does work for your budget.

    Right now I only have a basic phone and I'm fine with that. sometimes i want the smartphone, but then it mgiht just be a waste of time. I'm not yet hip with using internet on my phone.


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