Save $1,325.42 Next Year (With 1 Simple Tip)
Let’s save you $1,325.42 in a year - with just one tip. That’s a lot of money!
Just imagine reaching into your pocket and
pulling out a wad of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6……26 crisp $20 notes. All yours and you didn’t really do anything
- You certainly didn’t skimp.
- You certainly didn’t go without.
- What you did do was work a bit smarter – what you did do was
apply one of our hundreds of money saving tips for simple effect and
- And $1,325.42 richer!
(I use that figure based on the saving of
the guy who told me this tip. If you
have a business phone the tip could save you even more.)
By saving this amount of money you could
spend it on -
- A holiday
- A computer
These are just 3 ways you could spend this
You Do It
The phone bill comes in. It’s a couple of hundred dollars for the
month. There’s been a few long distance
calls, calls to loved ones mobile phones and tons of local calls.
An unavoidable expense – or so you’d think.
But if you have a broadband connection in
your home this tip can not only slash that phone bill, it can smash it to
It’s Easy. It’s Downright Lazy!
Use what’s called Voice Over IP (VoIP) –
which simply means the call travels over the Internet rather than the
old-fashioned circuit switched public switched telephone network.
In case you’re wondering what the quality
of VoIP is like:
All of the large telecommunication
companies use IP to carry their long distance telephone traffic - so in a way,
we all use VoIP whether we know it or not!
“We’ve used VoIP
in our office for a few years now - the quality is superb and the savings are
even superber…….even though that’s not a word!”
There are numerous ways to set up VoIP but
here’s a very simple example.
- Go to
- Buy an Engin voice box (just $29.95 special offer on right now
(September 4 2007)
- Sign up for Engin account (plans here: )
- Start saving
I know in this tip I’ve used an example
where people already have broadband Internet access. Sure, some people may not have broadband
(about 50% of Aussie homes now have broadband and 90% of businesses), so the
tip may not be relevant to everyone.
But it’s a wonderful example of a huge saving for many people.