Trick to REDUCE mobile bills. Indian and International.
September 1, 2008 6:19am CST
lols. It is not so difficult. First, you should not be on a POST PAID list of the mobile operator. That is, if you receive your bills by POST.. it is POST PAID. lols again. IT is the easiest way to identify. This is what that costs you all your dollars and rupees. You dont have a control on your expense, and the operator fools you somehow. Now, I have changed all connections, to PRE-PAID. Where you should pay in advance. Even this, I have reduced a lot. Using only SMS cards. It is very cheap. For just 30 rupees, I get over 600 sms. Per month.
2 Sep 08
I wonder if this really works? I have few friends who do this and those that do, I always see that they have to manually go and buy a prepaid card, then activate it somehow. Moreover, I get discounts on new phones that come out with a plan. So which is more cost-effective?
2 Sep 08
NATURALLY, you would be buying the mobile .. may be once in two years. And the discount that you are supposed to receive would far out do the costs, involved in maintaining the POST PAID CONNECTION. Further, if you are able to browse to a few shops, you are sure to get the discounted prices. Instead of buying through the service provider, I would always buy mobiles, for me, my family and friends.. from MOBILE STORES. there would be better choice, and good discounts. And, regarding re-charging the pre-paid SIMS, now in INDIA, we can do that ONLINE, at the ATM counters, at PAN-SHOPS, and petty small cool-drink counters too. So, it is very easy here. Coupons start as low as 10 rupees. So, see the benifit?
1 Sep 08
well it looks the info that u have provided is quite obvious as in a prepaid connection u can keep track on how much u r recharching the sim with, how much u spend when u last called anyone, also whenever u use sms u get to know ur balance instantly , so that stays in your sub-concious mind preventing u to spend more than the budget. some cellular service provider have very attractive prepaid plans offering free talktime and sms. opposed to this is postpaid where the cellular company takes the upperhand in emptying the pockets of subscribers like us..