Wireless Expense Management Blog

A Case Study on Wireless Savings Credits

We just conducted a review for one of our customers and saw that we saved a total of […]

Still Time to Realize Year End Budget Savings!

Still need to cut some more dollars out of your budget? Why not reduce your wireless bill by […]

The Bill Police Announce New Wireless Savings APP

Have you ever thought you are paying too much for wireless service but have no idea what to […]

This is what WE mean when we think of POLICE……

People either love or hate our name, The Bill Police – but they never forget it.

Answers to Headline (HLN) News Recent Story on Struggling to Pay your Smartphone Bill

Recently, Clark Howard of CNN’s headline news reported that people are using their Smartphones so much they are struggling to pay those high bills. Here’s our answer:

The Bill Police Announce New Wireless Savings Calculator

Have you ever thought you are paying too much for much for wireless service but have no idea […]

Cost Avoidance versus Cost Savings: An Apples to Apples Comparison

We have had so many discussions regarding COST AVOIDANCE vs COST SAVINGS that we decided to write a blog about it to clarify the concepts.

First, we’ll look at Cost Savings definition, then Cost Avoidance definition and then a comparison of the two concepts. We’ll use the graphic below to illustrate, and we’ll deal in apples because that analogy seems to work (apple examples also helps when using our comparisons, that is, apples to apples – the old fashioned kind).

Pooled Data Plans: Not all it’s cracked up to be…

Well FINALLY, you asked for it, you got it: Pooled data plans!

Be careful what you ask for!

Recently, I met with one of our customers and he mentioned how great he thought the new unlimited plans from Verizon were better than the old because they upped the minimum number of users on the plans from 5 to 10 (this is for his personal plans, but the same idea, I am certain will apply to business plans as well).

It’s all about YOU, man

Lately we seem to have been inundated with incompetent, error-prone and rude service providers. So many organizations these […]

Fie On Fees

Some days we really fail to understand the carriers.

Upgrade fees from Sprint have been at $36 while AT&T has just raised its fee from a recently implemented $18, to a whopping DOUBLED $36!

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