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Learn how to shop for cell phone minutes. Sure, that new mobile phone is great, but if your carrier cannot provide the right ...
minute plan for you, then your phone might as well be trash.
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Hello everyone. This is Erin Sue with TopSavings.Net. And today I will talk about cell phone minutes and more specifically when you are buying a plan those cell phone minutes what we want to discuss here is the actual time frames of those cell phone minutes.
If you’ve got family plan that you are thinking of, some teenagers involved this is going to be an important decisions in purchasing new cell phone. And what you're going to want to really pay attention to are those minutes and when you see those minutes, it is very easy—they’ve got those minutes and they do not put it in hours. And so a simple trick I want to saw you right now, I will use for an example right here—we’ll use of 1400 minutes. A 1400-minute plan, if we divide that by 60. And the reason why we’re dividing by 60 is because in every hour there are 60 Minutes. So when we divide that by 60 in turn we come up with the hours and for 1400-minute plan it turns in to 23 hours, 15 minutes. And that may seems like a lot still to you but let us not forget some people. You may catch yourself just yourself alone doing at least an hour a day on your phone turning you know peak minute hours, the anytime minutes. They aren’t the free nights and they aren’t the free weekends.
And if you're doing an hour a day just by yourself alone there are 30 days usually, minimally within a month, you by yourself will be using up a well over 1400 minutes and this could equate to some overcharges that easily could add up into the hundreds per phone lines.
So I highly advice using the dividing by 60, as well as thoroughly thinking out and planning because it is going to make sense to buy more minutes than you need than to buy less. If you buy less you are going to find yourself paying far over what you have planned ever pay for and it is going to hurt you and this economy we've got to save money.
So there is another cell phone tip for you guys today and I hope you enjoy. Goodbye.