Andy’s £1,000 Money Makeover part 2: Cut your mobile phone bill

It’s easy to reduce how much you pay each month on your mobile phone bill thanks to these tricks and savings.

In the second part of my £1,000 money makeover, I’ve shared the main ways you’re overspending and how to bring those costs down.

That includes only paying for the data you need, going SIM-only and switching network. 

I’m confident you can get your bill down to under £10 a month for your minutes, texts and data, and knock extra off your phone payments too, potentially saving you hundreds of pound a year just on this one bill.

There will another 10 episodes after this helping you get on top of all your finances. You can see the full playlist for my money makeover as videos are added here 

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Further reading

My guide to getting the best price on your mobile phone bill

How much data do you really need? 

Virtual networks explained 

Check your mobile network signal where you live 

How to keep your old phone number when you switch network 

 How to avoid 0845 and 0870 numbers 

How to sell your old phone 

Mobile phone 0% finance and SIM-only deals 

Airtime Rewards review 


See more in my £1,000 Money Makeover series


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