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: Fort McMurray wildfires halve Intact's profit Coke's revenue drops Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Sentry Investment's Jon Case - Top Picks Vancouver realtors unhappy with new foreign buyers tax 1 in 10 Vancouver homes are going to foreign buyers: Report Deutsche Bank says deeper cuts possible Apple's profit plunges amid iPhone sales slump Japan outlines $265-billion stimulus package Sears Canada president exits company after 9 months on the job What can I do about a wrongful or unfair tax assessment? WestJet profit falls 40%, but CEO optimistic LCBO confident you'll pay a $12 fee for home delivery Cross-border e-commerce hindered by Canada's policies: Study How Blackberry’s DTEK50 smartphone is different Breaking down how LCBO.com alcohol delivery will work Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Leon Frazer’s Ryan Bushell McDonald's under pressure AB InBev raises SABMiller offer Crude glut is having a dampening effect on oil prices BP's second quarter profit disappoints 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?