Our only "luxury" are our cell phones through Sprint. Our 2 year contract is up next month so I thought I would start shopping for new and hopefully cheaper plans. We are paying about $85 per month, every single freaking month. We don't have a home phone, and commute to work, and really do need our phones.
We currently have 2 cell phones on one plan, with unlimited texting, 700 minutes, free evening/weekends. We use nowhere near 700 minutes, and I hardly text, but the plan we are on comes with that stuff. I did the online plan comparison on the Sprint website and it says I am on the cheapest plan that I can be on.
We are happy with our phones, we don't need new ones, all we need is for our phones to work. Does anyone have any recommendations for how to compare our cell phone plans to other ones for pricing and customer service?
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