more ways to save you real money on your cell phone bill. After our first report helped one family save hundreds of dollars on their bills, thousands of you logged on to let us know, you are going to... See More
more ways to save you real money on your cell phone bill. After our first report helped one family save hundreds of dollars on their bills, thousands of you logged on to let us know, you are going to do it, too, and some of you sent us other ways that everyone can save money. Abc's paula faris, here once again to put real money in your pocket. Hi. Hey, daddy. Reporter: Remember the barry family in massachusetts? Divorced dad, phil, daughters reagan and ava, who depend on their cell phones to stay in touch. I love you. I love you too, dad. Reporter: We showed phil how to save big on his monthly cell bill by switching to a family plan and applying his corporate nt. Holy mamajama. year. And after our real money story aired, thousands of families around the country found other ways to save. We ended up saving about $80 a month. It estimated we'd save about $30 per month. Reporter: We told you about savelovegive.Com, a simple and free website. You log in and it fits you with the right place. "World news" viewers response was so overwhelming, they say the website item playly crashed. 40,000 new users, all across america, finding $2.5 million in potential savings. Texas mom cynthia gratzer found out she's overpending big time. By changing her family's cell plan, her family will save almost $1,000 a year. That's a huge amount of money. Reporter: Our insider says you might want to skip the carrier's insurance, which could add $120 per year per phone and may not be veryconvenient. You're going to wait for the phone to come in the mail and it's usually a refurbished one. Reporter: Instead, he said consider other programs like apple care or third party insurance. Our viewers even weighing in. Hi, "world news," this is callie. Reporter: She says be sure to use wifi when you are at home or work. It started turning off my data when I get home, so I only use the wireless connection. Reporter: And what's phil doing with his savings? We checked in on facetime -- and found him on the beach. Saved me some money, so, i figured I would take a vacation. Reporter: Now, our insiders says any fee is negotiable. Talk to your carrier. If you are upgrading, negotiate by kindly reminding them how much you spend on their service each year, diane. Always on the beat. Thank you, paula faris.
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