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When it comes to cell phones and plans, most of us spend a lot of money on both of them. It is true that we cannot live without a cell phone these days and a great cell phone plan means comfort and accessibility. But this doesn’t mean that we have to spend large amounts of money on both of them.

There are so many things we could do with the money that gets wasted in these directions. This is why we checked various ways of how to save money on cell phones and plans. Here are the best we could find.

  • Sell your old phone if it is still functional

If you want a brand new phone, the costs of making such a purchase can be quite high. On the other hand, there are many people out there that don’t care if they have the latest phone on the market. So, if your old phone is still functional and in a great shape, you can earn some money on it by selling it online. This way, you will cut some of the costs for a new phone.

  • Opting for an outright phone or part of a contract?

Do you have your eyes set on a particular phone? Never buy without making some research first. Look in several shops, both brick-and-mortar and online, to see if it is cheaper to buy the phone outright or as a part of a contract. If it is cheaper in a contract, do check out the conditions of the contract before picking this option. You need to see whether you will have to support costs that will extend in time, instead of paying for your phone all at once. There are contracts that may offer the phone cheaper, just to make you pay for other things instead.

  • Reassess your current needs when it comes to phone plans

Have in mind one question and answer it as honest as possible. Do you really use all that data that is included in your phone plan? After all, accessing data is not such a complicated mission these days, when you have so many other options. Also, what else are you not using your phone plan? You may be surprised to see that you don’t use the numerous options offered by the plan. Thus, you can cut them and save money, by adjusting the plan according to what you really need.

  • Be a tough negotiator if your contract is coming to an end

If the contract you have with a supplier is coming to an end, they will want to do whatever they can to keep you as a client in the future as well. So use this in your favor and negotiate your conditions for the new contract. Cut out whatever you don’t need and reduce the costs. They will be more than willing to make you a cheaper offer if that means you’re going to stay.

  • If you are happy with the phone, go for a sim-only deal

If the phone you currently own is still delivering what you need, there’s no need to change it. Take a sim-only deal because it is cheaper than one that has a phone included.

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When it comes to cell phones and plans, most of us spend a lot of money on both of them. It is true that we cannot live without a cell phone these days and a great cell phone plan means comfort and accessibility. But this doesn’t mean that we...