Tech is gradually costing us more than we expected decade ago. It is damn much. Every year a new iPhone comes in luring everyone, across the world. A new phone from the house of Apple or Samsung may cost you more than $650. Even if you buy after every alternate year to keep updated with the latest tech on your hand, still the average price is huge.
Every month you pay hundreds of bucks to the cable companies and wireless carriers. It is here to remember these money would end up in your retirement accounts in long run or at least in the short run you will be able to buy a better quality beer.
Remember the landlines? Most of us, in fact almost all of us, have dumped it and replaced the system with mobile devices that cost us far steeper wireless bills. Concentrate on your priorities.
The cost of home broadband has increased too lately and for a small family it is now about $200 a month. It is suggested to figure out cheaper connection by find it on comparing websites.
Don’t get lured with the newest gadget. It will cost you premium and you may land in mixed experience. The device may be good or may not be worth the bucks. Ask the dude who bought Google Glass, Amazon Fire Phone or Microsoft’s Zune. All of them were dissatisfied.