Cell Phones Take Big Bite out of Family Budgets

An average American household spends more than 1,200 a year on cell phones.
3:00 | 09/27/12

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In today's tech like the new look -- which countries enjoy the greatest Internet freedom the US comes a number two behind Estonia the rankings by the freedom house group show that Iran has the most restrictions and censorship. Cell -- -- to get a bigger bite out of family budgets the government says spending -- -- thumbs services. He jumped more than 4% last year even as people cut back on other spending. The average household now spends more than 12100 dollars a year. On phone services and -- could be on the way for all the iPhone 5 users grumbling about the apple maps the New York Times as Google's readiness -- sat. For apple device is -- to finish by the end of the year. Well he brought sexy back and now Justin Timberlake is trying to bring MySpace back he's part of a group that Buffy once the red hot social site -- news court. This company has now posted videos TV menu MySpace does your tech -- I'm Paula Ferris.

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