Service helps root out "wireless waste" - FOX 32 News Chicago

Service helps root out "wireless waste"

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Cell phone users could be paying billions for services they're not even using. But, there's free service that can help you reel in your wireless bill.

Click here to try Save, Love, Give

Consumer are overpaying for cell service to the tune of $52 billion per year. The company Save, Love, Give calls it "wireless waste."

"People understand a minute, and people understand a message but a gigabyte is whole other realm of understanding," says Todd Dunphy with

His free service asks for access to your bill so it can analyze where you're spending when you should be saving. He says more than half of users find an average of $300 a year in savings.


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