How much do you spend on your "communication" services?
DH and I are reviewing our budget (gotta leave some room for Wooting!), and are disturbed that we are spending about $6000/year on what he calls "communications services" (all AT&T). This includes internet, television, two landlines and four cell phones. Urgh! Some of it we need for his work (outside sales. working out of the house and on the road). I don't think he wants to cut out either landline or any of the cell phones. He was grandfathered into the "unlimited data plan," thank goodness. We have unlimited texting which is probably worthwhile, too. We have four (count them, FOUR) DVRs for the four people living here (we obviously watch way too much TV), but don't have a Roku or anything like that. DS has Netflix set up through his X-Box, and we will probably set it up in another room through our Wii, but we need to cut back somewhere. We haven't tried reducing the huge television part of the package and aren't savvy enough to figure that out. Any suggestions? This is ridiculous!