I’ve been keeping a list of useful resources that I use regularly to work on my early retirement planning, being more environmentally conscious, frugal, make better investments, and more! Check them out below.
Food cost saving
Currently, I only have two paid services: phone, and internet. Every 6 months or so, I shop around a bit and see what going rates with other companies are. Sometimes you can find better service for the same money, or the same service for less money.
Recently, I moved from Freedom Mobile to Public Mobile after a trip to Montreal. Freedom doesn’t have a network in Quebec which was problematic. Public Mobile is on the Telus network, and they had a great deal to move over from Freedom. I was paying about $54/month for 8GB of Data, Unlimited Text/Calling, and 1GB of Data/month in the USA.
I’m now paying $120/3-month period for 4GB of Data, Unlimited Text/Calling per month. They even offer a bonus to hookup your credit card, giving you $2 off per month. This brings me down to $38/month. The switch saves me $16/month, or $192/year. I like the concept of having extra money not leaving my account. Assuming I have a phone for the next 50 years at the same price, I’ll have saved myself $10,000 over my life, not including interest on that money. Sweet! Getting a better deal on my Internet is the next step.
Do your wallet a favour and shop around.