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Got roommates? You should think about splitting a cellphone bill

You’ve finally moved out on your own and you’re feeling free. Free to decorate how you want, blast your stereo whenever, and — oh, right — pay your own bills. NerdWallet has found that many young adults stay on their family’s cell phone plan because it saves money all around. If you’re not so lucky, consider setting up your own family plan with friends or roommates. Having roommates may already lower your cost of living: You share rent, utilities, maybe even food.
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