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We are all looking for ways to save money, you wouldn't be on this blog if you weren't and let's not lie even Bill Gates hates spending money he doesn't have to so why should you be? Where am I going with this? I want to tell you about a service that by answering a few questions will help you start saving money from day 1. PLUS! Wait for it! You can scan in your bills things and they will have a guru look it over and find where you can be saving money! Get a phone plan recommendation from Cinch!
Cinch was created with one simple goal: to reduce the financial stress and uncertainty in regular people’s lives. We do this by helping our users make complex decisions involving money.
Yep really simple right? Well since getting on the road I'm looking for EVEN more simple things, being they are now adding a phone app to their arsenal to help you save you can't get any easier!
So what makes them different from sites like Mint and Lending Tree that compare ways for you to save already? We all know Mint and Lending Tree show products and offers where they earn money if you choose them. Cinch Financial shows you an unbiased comparison because they will NOT earn from these offers, so you can see what options you really have.
Their newest tool is a phone plan comparison tool, to make sure you are truly using what you are paying for and getting the best deal for it! Here is what captures my attention when they were talking about their new tool!
We ask, why are you even using this tool? What’s your reason for getting a new plan. Similar sites out there don’t take into account that a user may want to get off of a family plan or they just want to shop around, etc. These produce very different recommendations. We’ll also ask you questions like if there is a network that you do not want to be on so it’s actually actionable. How many lines you need? Do you need a new phone? At the end, we break it down for you. Not just how much does it cost you if you want a new phone, but the amount you’re paying in total over two years and what that means monthly.
They saved the average person about $508 a year since they started. What could you do with an extra $508 or more? Find out Get a phone plan recommendation from Cinch!
This post was sponsored by Cinch Financial.
I am a mom to 5 kids, homeschool mom, blogger, social media junkie, Frugalista, Book Worm, and Closet Want-to-be Chef. We are a Roadschool family (homeschooling on the road while traveling fulltime).
I grew up learning ways to save from my mom and grandma. I started my own coupon journey when my first child was born in 2009 and started the blog on 2010 when baby #2 was born to share my tips with everyone who kept asking about how I was getting diapers for $1 a pack!
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