View Poll Results: How much does your cell phone cost you per month?

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  • $50 or less

    14 38.89%
  • $51 to $100

    9 25.00%
  • $101 to $150

    4 11.11%
  • $151 to $200

    3 8.33%
  • More than $200

    6 16.67%
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Thread: How much is your cell phone bill?

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    Re: How much is your cell phone bill?

    I was just thinking how interesting it is that my phone bill is over $200 (has 3 smart phone lines with all the extras) but my insurance is less than $25 a month.

    I'm still all for just going with UHC and just making medical insurance obsolete or at least unnecessary for the majority of people.
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    Re: How much is your cell phone bill?

    Actually that is true.

    Both will be about the same. And I have a everything unlimited data plan.
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    Re: How much is your cell phone bill?

    30 a month here.

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    Re: How much is your cell phone bill?

    Do not own one - so its ZERO per month. My yearly rate is the same.
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    Re: How much is your cell phone bill?

    Ours is about $135/month for 3 voice lines sharing 700 minutes/month and unlimited data on 2 phones.
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    Re: How much is your cell phone bill?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    Obama said ACA insurance would cost the equivalent of your cell phone bill.

    “Through the marketplaces,” Obama said, “you can get health insurance for what may be the equivalent of your cell phone bill or your cable bill, and that’s a good deal.”

    So, how much does your cell phone cost you per month?
    I use a pay as you go phone. I spend about $200 a year, so that's about $15 a month.

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    Re: How much is your cell phone bill?

    Quote Originally Posted by roguenuke View Post
    I was just thinking how interesting it is that my phone bill is over $200 (has 3 smart phone lines with all the extras) but my insurance is less than $25 a month.

    I'm still all for just going with UHC and just making medical insurance obsolete or at least unnecessary for the majority of people.
    I used to have insurance on our phones. I used to have a Droid, and Hubs had an HTC Incredible 2. The girls both had basic slider texting phones. Our insurance was $6.99 per month, per line, and a $100 deductible. Then all 4 of us moved to iPhones, and the insurance jumped to $10 a month, per line, and a $169 deductible. That deductible is per line. I can buy an iPhone 4 all day long for between $150 and $200, so I figured it was pointless to pay $40 a month premium, then $169 deductible, when I could actually buy the phone for about the same as the deductible.

    Also, if the price wasn't bad enough, before we made the move to iPhones, my daughter had an HTC Rhyme. She had it in her pocket and got pushed in the pool, so we paid our deductible and got her another phone. Now keep in mind, this Rhyme was brand new. 1 month old. The replacement they sent me was refurbished. It didn't work. I sent it back and they sent me another one. It, too, was refurbished. It didn't work, either. I sent it back and called Verizon to complain, and they gave me an early upgrade and gave us an iPhone. We sent the 2nd phone back to Asurion and they actually gave me a hard time about giving me back my deductible.
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