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You're not alone if you want to cut a high Internet bill. There are companies such as BillCutterz where you could have your bill reviewed. BillCutterz will even negotiate with your ISP on your behalf. This can be a great option if you don't want to go through the brain damage of switching providers. BillCutterz does charge for its service but it's not a flat fee. Its charges are based on how much money it saves you. For example, if it were able to get your monthly bill reduced by $50 BillCutterz will charge you $25 a month but that means you would still be $25 ahead of the game.
If your ISP refuses to work with you to get your bill lowered it might be time to abandon ship and switch providers – assuming you can find one that offers the same degree of service at a lower price. Finally, you could just cancel your Internet service. We know that that might sound really traumatic but once you've determined your real Internet needs (see paragraph titled “Evaluate your usage”), you might find you could get all the Internet you need via local Wi-Fi spots in place of home service. There are now Wi-Fi spots almost everywhere. In fact we were in a store the other day that didn't offer it and we were shocked.
More Wi-Fi is on the way
There is now a new technology emerging called Hotspot 2.0. The way it works is very simple. You will no longer be required to manually logon to a specific Wi-Fi hotspot. Instead, your phone or tablet will simply roam among them, jumping onto a WLAN or cellular network as needed. The benefit of this is huge as you will no longer be required to manually find a good hotspot. Your devices will be working constantly to give you the best available connection and then connecting you automatically in a safe and secure manner.
So when will this amazing technology be available? That’s a bit hard to say because it means that changes need to be made by the public networks. However, it’s already available at 21 airports in the US and the way technology advances these days it’s almost sure to be soon available everywhere. And when that happens you should be able to wave goodbye to your ISP and never go back.