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How much are you spending on your cell phone monthly bill? Did you know there are ways of reducing it if you are struggling with a bill of thousands of dollars? Today, there are a lot of affordable options from different carriers who can help you manage that huge expense.

This article outlines some of the cheapest plans from different companies which you can explore: –

Consumer Cellular

It is not only user-friendly but also flexible and effortless. It hosts the AT&T network and the cheapest plan in it is $20 per month. This includes 250 minutes, 250MB of data and unlimited texting.

Republic Wireless

The company allows you to pay for just what you need. Hence you can always customize it. Its plans include $15 per month with 0GB of Data with unlimited talk & text only, $20 per month for 1GB of Data and $25 per month for 2GB of Data.

Mint Mobile

Through it is the latest in the market, it is already making a name; thanks to its cheap promotions, and low-priced monthly plans. It operates in T-Mobile’s network and with or without discounts, its low prices cannot be matched to any other company. Mint Mobile is offering three different plans – $15 per month for new customers with 3GB of Data, $20 per month for new customers with 8GB of Data and $25 per month for new customers for 12GB of Data.

Red Pocket

Its plans start as low as $10 per month with 500 texts, 500 calling minutes, and 500MB of data. From its extensive range of features, you will get a free SIM card and free international calls. Additional plans include 1GB of data with unlimited texting and 1000 calling minutes for $15 per month. There is also the choice of 1GB of data with unlimited texting and calling for $19 per month and the highest is $30 per month which offers 5GB of data.

Unreal Mobile

It is almost the cheapest with so much to offer within its different plans. With as low as $10 per month, you get unlimited texting and calling. You will get the same with $15 per month and $30 per month but with an additional 2GB of data and 5GB of data respectively.