What is the true cost of cell phone service?


An audit of 700 mobile phone customer bills by the San Diego-based Utility Consumers Action Network concludes that consumers are overpaying for their cell phone service — and that the average cost-per-minute is shockingly high.

One Response to “What is the true cost of cell phone service?”

  1. Chris van Gorder says:

    I wonder if the study took into account the relationship to data usage in comparison to voice usage.

    It would not be surprising at all to find that the relationship is inverse, as in, those who use the least amount of minutes have the greatest amount of data usage.

    I think the younger you are, the more likely it is that you will be texting or surfing the web than making voice calls.