Attention All Long-Distance Callers!
Find Out How to Save Money on Your Long Distance Calling Charges
It’s surprising to find out that there are still many consumers who stll pay for long distance calling. With a growing number of companies now offering phone service that includes unlimited long distance, it seems like a complete waste of money to have to pay a high per-minute rate for long distance calls. If you’re still paying by the minute for the long distance calls you make, there are some things you need to know about.
How Much are You Spending?
If you are one of those consumers who are still paying for long distance calling, take a look at your phone bill to determine how much money you are spending each month on long distance calls. More than likely, you could save a considerable amount of money by selecting an unlimited monthly long-distance calling plan. With one short phone call to your phone service provider, you will be on your way to saving a substantial amount of money each and every month.
How Much Can You Save?
If you are like many Americans, you probably have friends and family scattered all over the U.S. Just think of all the money you can save on the regular phone calls you make to them. Some people spend more than a hundred dollars a month on long distance phone calls. The savings can add up quickly if they were to get those long-distance calls for free. In fact, you just might be surprised to find out that you saved enough to buy a plane ticket to go and visit the people you’ve been calling!
Who In Your Area Offers It?
Not all phone companies in all areas offer unlimited long distance calling. If the company you’re currently with doesn’t offer an unlimited local and long distance calling package, you don’t have to continue with your current provider. You might find that one of their competitors is offering a better monthly plan that fits your needs. Regardless of the provider you choose, the important part is that you will be saving a lot of money by switching to an unlimited monthly long distance calling plan. Ask your friends and coworkers for suggestions too. They might be able to recommend a good plan for you.