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: China slowdown fears rattles U.S. markets Yahoo CEO says she's pregnant with twins Recession reality hits Calgary: 900 oil jobs lost New models spur U.S. auto sales in August Harvard professor on how to improve the long learning process Scotiabank: This is no recession Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Richardson GMP’s Rick Stuchberry What the top money managers are buying and selling Stocks dive – don't panic Saudi's new e-payment system cuts costs Europe data hints at unsteady recovery Despite technical recession, Canada’s economy looks healthy Fighting recession: why Canada doesn't need a surplus International central bankers want U.S. rate hike Citi plans to rebuild equities business China's factories shrink further in August Why Canadians have lost their thirst for milk Alberta forecasts record deficit as oil-price shock hits budget O'Leary: Alberta needs jobs, investment. NDP is creating neither Oil spikes after OPEC says ready to achieve ‘fair’ price 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?