(NEW YORK) — With all the services you can tack on to your plan, your cellphone bill could run you well over $100 a month. But are you spending more on texts and data than on food?
A new survey from CouponCabin.com finds that 21 percent of cellphone owners spend more money per month on their phone service plan than groceries. Forty-six percent of cellphone owners surveyed pay $100 or more per month for phone service. Thirteen percent pay $200 or more per month.
The survey of 2,310 U.S. adults was commissioned by CouponCabin.com and conducted by Harris Interactive.
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Jeff Wuorio, Deseret News
Herb Scribner, Deseret News