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: TransAlta found guilty of manipulating power prices U.K. to clamp down on 'dirty money' housing Home Capital loses veteran director Profit surges at UPS Dairy farmers holding Canada's national interest hostage: lawyer A long-term bull sees risks in stocks The loonie's decline likely isn't over yet: CIBC BP's profits hit by spill charge U.K. growth bounces back Foreign workers claim mistreatment at Japanese Subaru suppliers Mitsubishi to close Illinois auto plant China's markets can't shake volatility Popularity gig: The power of ‘sponsored social' Chinese stock sell-off hits Wall Street UBS profit beats expectations Bank of America: Get ready for a 74 cent loonie Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Bank of Nova Scotia’s Jaime Carrasco Tim Hortons’ owner boosts dividend, beats expectations Target can't unload Canadian leases Teva buys Allergan for $40.5-billion 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?