The average person throws away $1,500 a year overpaying everyday bills. Stop the madness with BillShrink! In seconds, BillShrink sorts through millions of options to calculate how you can save on your cell phone, credit card, and much more -- and it's free! Here's how it works.
Step 1: Start with your wireless plan Start with your wireless plan: enter some simple information, like how much your pay or how many minutes you use per month. BillShrink instantly combs through more than 10 million plan combinations to see if another one can save you money.
Step 2: Get better results Get more personalized results with a cell phone bill analysis. BillShrink studies your call patterns to determine whether you're actually using your plan's perks, or you might be better off with a different plan.
Step 3: Sign up! Choose a new plan that saves you money. To sign up, just click on the "Check it out" button; BillShrink connects you to an official retailer so you can make the switch easily.
TIP: BillShrink is an independent company; the information they provide is completely unbiased.
Step 4: Check your credit cards Save even more money by making sure you've got the right credit card in your wallet. Enter a few details, like how much you spend each month and whether you carry a balance. BillShrink creates recommendations by comparing your card's rates and reward perks against hundreds of others. When you find the right one for your needs, click on "Apply Now" -- BillShrink takes you right to the issuer.
Step 5: Put BillShrink to work for you BillShrink keeps the savings coming! The service tracks the marketplace and informs you if a better credit card or wireless plan becomes available. BillShrink even finds you the least expensive gas, the best savings accounts, and more. You’ll never have to worry about overpaying again!
Step 6: Enjoy your windfall Enjoy your windfall. BillShrink has found more than $1 billion in savings for more than 1 million people -- and they're just getting started.
FACT: Nearly 8 out of 10 people pay more than they need to on their cell phone bill.