Cell Phone vs Food, 46% Pay More Than $100 for Phone

By Scott Sarvay

Cell Phone vs Food, 46% Pay More Than $100 for Phone

September 12, 2012 Updated Sep 12, 2012 at 7:49 AM EST

UNDATED (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - On the day the new iPhone is revealed and many other new phone models hitting the tech world this season, couponcabin.com found one in five mobile phone owners is paying more per month on their phone plan than groceries.

Nearly half said they pay $100 or more per month for their mobile service and 13 percent say they pay $200 or more.

The survey also found 33 percent pay more for their mobile phone service than they do for basic utilities.

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