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I really liked these tips! They were actually very useful and I just may try some of these. The only one I disagreed with was getting rid of your landline. I don't actually have a landline but I use voice over IP and it is so much cheaper than paying for a cell phone.
I ditto Patty on the landline - my husband has a cell, and I do too but its just pay as you go - costs $15/month, or $125 between the two. Our land line costs about $35/month, and honestly here in Canada you can't GET a half decent cellular plan for that kind of money. Plus I talk a lot... LOL - The great thing about a pay as you go phone, however, is that if you can't afford your cell that month - you just don't use it. No getting behind on bills. Yeah if you use it a lot it costs more, but when times are tough, not having that extra $60/month bill is SO helpful!
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I also really liked these tips, my husband and I are looking at moving to a different house right now and are thinking of just switching alot of things completely, we both have cell phones and use those more than anything (especially the land line) and we cut the long distance off of our land line completely because we call everyone that is long distance from our cells because its the same price as calling local. But currently we have to keep the land line because that's the cheaper way for us to get our internet access.