How Cellphone Provider Price Wars Could Reduce Your Bill

ABC News' Gio Benitez reports on where you can score the biggest savings.
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It's that time of year when cell phone providers are bombarding us with great deals they say to switch services and price wars are break out. You could be a big winner and we were saying free data for life? Is it for real. It is for real somewhat. Doesn't it feel like cell phone plans drain our bank accounts. Each is offering big bucks for you to switch to their service. Verizon advertising nearly $700 for you to switch but this morning, we are taking a hard look at those Numbers. I phones, androids and tablets, some of the hottest selling gifts this year. Lucky for you 'tis the season for the battle of cell phone plans. Everyone is trying to get a brand-new phone plan and everyone is trying to get a brand-new phone because it's christmastime. I the new year. People want to start off fresh. Reporter: With many Americans spending over $100 a month on cell phone service alone, deals that could help lower that bill are more enticing than ever. Stuck on an average network join verizon and we'll cover your cost to switch. Reporter: Verizon just announcing this hot new deal, $650 and two free gigabytes of data a month for life. Just for switching over. Sprint is offering half off your bill if you join from another major provider. Why wait? Break free from your contract when you want and switch to T-Mobile. Reporter: T-Mobile will cover all of your switching costs including early termination fees and the balance of your smartphone payments. AT&T will give you up to $300 for switching. 100 bucks in bill credits, plus up to $200 for a trade in but, yes, there are caveats. You really want to read the fine print. You do because they're offering kind of the same deal but some of them might have extra bonuses on top. Reporter: So how do you know what plan is best for you? There are websites that let you put these carriers up against each other to see which one works best. You can go through everything, the cost of the phone, the cost of your data, the cost of your texts and calls. Reporter: Saving money on your phone plan is always a great way to ring in the new year. And we found a really easy way to compare plans so take a look at this. This is whistleout.com and you can select your plans right here, say you want let's say two gigabytes of data, I talk a lot so let's do unlimited minutes, let's do -- No. Unlimited messages because you guys call me too much. Now I'll search the cell phone plans and here we go. When we're -- searching on here. You'll see all of the different plans displayed here. You'll see a lot of the discount carriers but you'll also see the traditional ones as you go down the list and that's how you're going to be able to find the absolute best one for you. Yeah. I'm looking for the data for life part. I never know how many gigabytes I need? Gigabytes. He spoke -- he made it sound important. Three gigabytes. As many as I can have. Thank you, gio. Aren't you glad you came? Happy new year. You too, gio.

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