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4 ways to lower your cell phone bill

Have you ever opened your cell phone bill and thought, “Wow, that was cheap?” Yeah, didn’t think so. But take heart: It’s possible to lower your charges before your next billing cycle. SEE ALSO: Google sends invite for likely Pixel smartphone launch on Oct. 4 Simple tweaks, such as updating your service address and changing or removing your insurance package can make small dents in your bill — and those savings add up over time.
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