U.S. families spend an average of $139 a month on cellphone usage — or $1,668 a year — up from $127 a month in 2009, according to J.D. Power and Associates. And according to Validas, a company that helps decipher mobile phone bills for companies, 80 percent of us are paying our cellular providers for services we don't even use.
That's extra money going toward text messages you don't send or minutes you don't use. Of course, the Verizons and AT&Ts of the world aren't likely to be forthcoming...Full Story