Can College Students Afford To Throw Money Away? With They Won't

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This fall helps college students find the best deals on housing related expenses like high speed Internet, television service, home-phone, electricity, renter's insurance, even newspaper delivery and more.

As 19 million college students head back to school and try to stretch their dollars on everything from books to beers, many are at a loss on how to save on their single largest expense - housing. According to a study conducted by "The College Board", a non-profit membership association for students and parents, 2009-2010 moderate housing expenses are estimated to be $17,000 - $23,000 for the year based on location and term.

Beyond rent, students can continue to make smart money decisions with the help of By selecting the best possible products and plans, students have saved up to $100/month just by spending 15 minutes online doing their homework to make wise purchases. That annual savings of $1,200 could translate into a new laptop or spring break trip.

WhiteFence makes the research easy be providing information on available home service options and pricing for a specific address in one place. Students can easily compare their options and sign up for services online at WhiteFence in less time than it takes to have a late night pizza delivered.

About WhiteFence
WhiteFence is a free nationwide service that helps people who are moving or looking to find the best deals on phone, Internet, television, electricity, natural gas and other home services. By simply entering a street address into the secure site, people looking to save money or start new service can find the most comprehensive list of plans available for their specific address from over 400 nationally recognized partners. As the most trusted home service shopping source for 24 million people annually, WhiteFence makes it easy to establish service directly on the site in a few simple steps.

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