There are eight possible reasons why you may not be able to save anything. However our recommendations are still 100% accurate according to how you actually use your device. The reasons are as follows:
1. Fluctuating monthly usage may obscure your monthly savings, as what you save one month to the next will differ. Our report presents an average of these savings so large fluctuations can cause negative savings.
2. Tariffic averages all the months of usage you give us and asks you the total off your last invoice. If you haven’t given us the right invoice total there can be a discrepancy between your average usage and current spend, causing negative savings
3. If you give us an anomalous month’s usage (where one month’s usage is much lower than the other months given) this can obscure the true savings.
4. If you add or remove bundles in different months, we'll only look at the invoices for your most recent configuration of package & bundles that you have in place, which means that savings can be obscured.
5. If your current package gives you more minutes and megabytes than you use monthly, the unused value carries over each month, which gives you ‘extra value’ for the following month. This is not sustainable and so Tariffic would often recommend a smaller package in this case which is based on your actual usage.
6. Its possible that you are already on the best package for your needs, so congratulations are in order! This means that none of the other networks can give you the bang for buck you’re currently receiving. Although you should consider whether it’s not worth moving for better coverage or service
7. Its possible that you are on a special deal, that was only available for a limited period of time, and nothing out there in the market currently provides better value for the way you use your phone.
8. If you purchase bundles from a third party (like your bank) and they don’t reflect on your service provider’s invoices, Tariffic will not be able to pick it up. This will then create a discrepancy between your usage and current spend.