SolveForce Shares 5 Smart Industry Tips to Saving Money with Internet & Phone Bundling services
(PRWEB) July 18, 2016
SolveForce enjoys helping the average consumers save money with Internet & Phone Bundling (http://solveforce.com) services. This article will show you 5 Smart Industry Tips to Saving Money with telecom bundling.
If anyone is searching for ways to cut that moving budget, their digital service bundles are a great place to start. Fees add up quickly, so make sure to do some research in advance. Updater users can use a Moving Concierge from SolveForce to help with this or simply check out the top list of pointers for cutting back:
1. Reduce what is actually needed. If a consumer only wants main network television, skip the full cable package from a provider and purchase an indoor TV antenna or cable modem.
Modern day "rabbit ears" will give free access to basic cable, cost under $10, and will at least get the major TV can't-miss events (like the Super Bowl or the Grammys).
Or, if anyone rents a modem every month (probably around $10/month), it may be worth it to purchase their own modem, call the cable company to activate and start using it immediately. By eliminating the rental fee, they can recover the cost of the modem within a year or even less.
2. Cut TV altogether. It's gutsy if anyone loves their couch, but it can be done. What anyone would want to do is make a list of their favorite movies and shows, and then figure out how to watch them without an actual Internet & Phone Bundle (http://solveforce.com/services/). Options include Hulu, Wii, Xbox, Roku, AppleTV, Netflix and more.
Consumers can also try Sling. If they currently have 300 channels, but only watch about 20 of them, Sling TV is it. With Sling, anyone can live stream 20 channels (including CNN, The Food Network and ESPN) and movies for only $20/month.
3. "I only need Netflix." If anyone has ever said this, then drop everything else and only keep Netflix! It's only $8-12/month and everyone can binge watch all the new series as well as thousands of movies.
4. Cancel extras. If a consumer is paying for the most internet bandwidth and speed, they should consider whether they really need it. Do they work from home? If so, maybe they do need it. If someone only casually browses the web for an hour a day, they probably don't. If anyone frequently streams movies, maybe it is necessary.
Consumers can measure their internet speed as part of "doing homework" to prepare for the cancellation conversation on Speedtest.net.
5. Switch providers. Probably the most logical tip on this list, simply switch providers and ask if there are any first-time customer rates or view current promotions on the provider's website. It's tough to estimate the bill after taxes and setup fees, so be sure to ask!
Bundling services usually end up being the lowest cost route to go. To learn more about SolveForce Internet & Phone Bundle (http://solveforce.com/services/) services, visit SolveForce.com.
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