Money Monitor Tips for saving on your cellphone bill Add to ... CP Video Published Friday, Nov. 02, 2012 7:19PM EDT Last updated Monday, Nov. 05, 2012 7:30AM EST Many Canadians couldn't survive without a cellphone, and consumers often face steep bills to stay connected. Canadian Press reporter David Friend has some tips to get the best deal from your cell provider. Watch More Video: Bank heist trail runs cold in the Philippines Obama: World leaders 'rattled' by Trump Oil strikes push France into reserves Spain's U.K. expats get Brexit blues Microsoft's phone experiment: Lessons for Blackberry and Apple Three tips for keeping your credit score healthy Bank of Canada rate decision: Reaction Getting back to reality with oil inventories ETFs for a low-rate environment Rates on hold until 2018? - Part Two Rates on hold until 2018? Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Caldwell's Jennifer Radman Oil prices hit a 7-month high Global slowdown maybe but not in Germany Who are the highest paid CEOs? Millennials more likely to live with parents than spouse in U.S. Trump defends 'housing crash' remarks G7 search for holy grail: growth Microsoft to trim smartphone business, cut 1,850 jobs Is Greek debt deal really a breakthrough? Comments AA More Related to this Story Video: How do you charge a cellphone during a blackout? Market View Video: Market View: Cellphone bills getting you down? You're not alone Tech Video: How dry is your cellphone?