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Hey, Verizon customers: 2 ways to cut your wireless bill by 60% to 75%!

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Theo Thimou 

You can save up to 60% or 75% on your monthly cell phone bill while still enjoying the same service from your current cell phone provider… Here’s how!

The Big 4 have secret discount brands

AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile have long had these secret sub-brands for price-sensitive customers. AT&T has Cricket Wireless, Sprint has Boost Mobile and T-Mobile has GoSmartMobile. The price point is generally around $25 to $35 a month for the same towers and the same service you could pay a lot more for.

Like Verizon service? Total Wireless offers it cheaper!

Now Tracfone has a new service that Verizon probably hopes you won’t find out about. It’s called Total Wireless and Tracfone is offering the same expensive service on the Verizon network you’re used to at a price you’re not used to: $35 a month for unlimited talk, unlimited text, and 5 GB of data.

You must understand this: All of these off-brands use the same towers and offer the same service as the name brands…with no contract!

But here’s the thing: If you call up Verizon customer service or talk to one of their storefront representatives, chances are they will know nothing about this deal. That’s a decision Verizon has made; they don’t want their own “official” discount sub-brand like AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. So they’ve made an effort to obscure their role in this deal.

Now with 4G!

It used to be when Clark first talked about this service last year that Total Wireless had a catch: It would only run on Verizon’s 3G network. That was a deal breaker for many people.

But no more! Total Wireless is now 4G too!

“It’s the best service available for people that want to be on Verizon’s network,” Clark says.

With Total Wireless, you can typically use the same phone you currently have from Verizon as long as you’ve completed your contract with the carrier. Be sure and enter your phone number or serial number to find out. (If you do need to buy a new phone, they start at $59. Though you can get a free reconditioned old Android just for signing up.)

New prepaid plans from Verizon

The other way Verizon customers can lower their bill is with the introduction of two new prepaid plans.

Beginning Nov. 13, you can choose from either of these plans:

5 GB for $50

Unlimited talk and text in the U.S., Carryover Data with on-time payment, Mobile Hotspot, Always-On Data* and International Messaging to more than 200 countries.

10 GB for $70

Same features as above, plus unlimited calling to Mexico and Canada. So you get double the data of the $50 plan for only $20 more each month.

For more information follow this link, clarkhoward.com

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