Poll Results: Average BlackBerry/Cell Phone Bill

When Greg floated the idea for this poll I was very interested to see what the results would show. I am personally paying about $135 for me and my wife on AT&T compared to the $90 we used to pay on T-Mobile.

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Out of almost 500 readers who answered the poll I was glad to see that I am not alone in paying more than $100 a month. Over 35% of responders are paying anywhere from $100-$300. The largest group seems to be where I fit in with 25% of responders paying $100-$150. The next largest group, 24%, is paying $80-$100. I wonder if they are T-Mobile users…

18% of respondents are managing to clock their bills between $60-$80 which is kind of envious… Though it is not as lucky as the 8% of readers who have their company foot the bill. I actually thought that number would be larger.

On a side note. What percentage of your bill is made up of taxes and regulatory recovery fees… Mine is around 15-20%.

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  1. My bill would be more, but since I work at the UPS Store, Verizon gives me a 22% discount on my bill and 25% off any accessories.

  2. I pay $14 in taxes/surcharges against a $165/month bill (for two Blackberry smartphones on a FamilyShare plan, after 1 line is discounted 20% due to employer). My plan is going up next month though, cuz my mother-in-law’s company just switched their cell phones from Verizon to Sprint (fire sale on phones and plans apparently) so no more “IN” calling. Geez, I hope 2100 minutes is enough…. 🙁

  3. I don’t even understand how people can manage to pay so much. I have Blackberry Minutes + Mail on T-Mobile, I pay $60/mo (plus taxes and fees) for 1000 anytime minutes and unlimited data, including unlimited texts. I guess if I wanted CallerTunes I could jack it up a little bit, but really…what services are people putting on their phones that pump the bills up so high?!

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