by Dana Wollman on August 26, 2009
Going out can be tough when you unwittingly spend all your money at home: $40 on a landline; $63 for a cell phone (not including voice and data plans); $71 for cable television (premium channels included); and another $50 on electricity when the air conditioner isn’t running.
The good news is that your highly connected digital lifestyle doesn’t have to be the catalyst for an avalanche of bills. For every money-sucking piece of mobile tech, alternative technology exists to help you save money. We’ll take three of your largest bills besides your mortgage, and show you how to slash them—or axe them altogether.