July 01, 2016

You have 1 month left on your 24-month cellphone contract and the anxiety begins to kick in…

  • What phone will I get next?
  • What contract is right for me?
  • Should I stay on the same network or move?
  • Surely I’m paying too much for my cellphone bill every month?

We’ve all been in this situation before, and it’s not easy.

The unfortunate truth is that there’s no easy answer to these questions. To help, you speak to your friends and family, browse cellphone networks’ websites, maybe chat to an in-store consultant, and eventually you take a gamble on what contract to get.

And so you’re left guessing as to which package you’re going to be tied to for the next 24 months.

Well, those days are over.

You now have a tool to help you answer all those nagging questions that you ask when your contract expires. Tariffic is here to help you navigate through all the complexity in the cellular market and to find the perfect package for you, based on your unique behaviour and specific requirements. And this tool is free!

So how do I do it?

It may sound complicated, but we’ve made the whole process really painless, and have simplified it into 3 easy steps:

Step 1) Choose what network or networks you’re interested in.

Step 2) Choose what cellphone or cellphones you’d like to see deals for (or choose SIM-only if that’s your preference).

Step 3) Let us know how you use your phone. Either upload your recent cellphone bills to let our systems automatically analyse your bills, or let us know how many minutes, data, and SMSs you use every month.

And that’s it.

Tariffic will then show you the best deals on the market for you, based on your specific needs. You’ll get the phone you want on the network you want on a contract that’s right for you.

It’s free.

It’s easy.

It’ll save you time.

It’ll save you MONEY.

So when your contract expires, stop guessing what contract to choose. Use Tariffic to find your perfect package and save money on your cellphone bills.

We can help you save up to 40% off your corporate cellphone spend

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