Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) May 1, 2006
MinuteWatcher LLC announces the country's first free service to help people control their wireless phone costs.
"Exceeding your monthly airtime allotment by just 20%," explains Peter Stevens, co Founder of MinuteWatcher, "can double your monthly phone bill". MinuteWatcher puts customers in control of their usage.
MinuteWatcher is perfect for students, families or small companies, anyone who needs to keep control of their costs. "Some of our customers have teenage children, some have 'significant others', and others have their own businesses. All of them want or need to use the phone, but the specter of a bad surprise at the end of the month is a source of worry. MinuteWatcher takes the worry out of the Cell Phone," says Stevens.
MinuteWatcher continuously monitors your cell phone usage and sends out regular reports with actual and forecast usage. Based on the forecasts, customers can take action according to their needs. "We give you early warning so you can take action before that monster bill arrives. You can reduce your consumption, switch to a land line, or even increase your plan, if that's the most cost effective for you," continued Stevens.
Although many carriers make consumption information available on line, none send the information our automatically nor do they issue forecasts. "The information is not always easy to get - MinuteWatcher delivers it right to you, as often as you need it, and at no extra cost."
MinuteWatcher supports all the major carriers, including Cingular (AT&T Wireless), Sprint PCS (Nextel), T-Mobile and Verizon.
As a free service, cost control is available to everyone. "Many people feel this is information the carriers should be providing. We make it easily available," concludes Stevens.
About MinuteWatcher LLC
MinuteWatcher was formed in 2004 by veterans of the computer and cell phone industries, after being frustrated with outrageous cell phone bills. The goal is to provide everyone with the tools to get control of their phone bills and remove the worry about that end-of-the-month shock.
Peter Stevens, co-Founder