Having a cell phone has become a necessity for most people, and because cell phone plans are becoming more and more complicated with plans that claim to have unlimited text, talk, and data but actually have limitations, 4G and 5G networks, cell phone upgrades, offers to keep or change your number and/or phone, etc., many people are overpaying for their cell phone plan or paying for unnecessary services without realizing it. It can be difficult to sort through all the different options and choose one that will not only give you the coverage and service you need but also not break the bank. There are a few different web sites that provide simplified comparisons of cell phone plans from different providers. Reviews.org and Nerd Wallet compare companies based on who has the best plan for a specific need (i.e., best value, best coverage, best unlimited, etc.). Consumer Reports lists the best low-cost plans. Tom’s Guide also provides a detailed comparison of some of the major cell phone providers’ plans. If you don’t want to switch companies, you should still contact your current provider to review your plan and make sure that you are receiving the best price. Companies are continually updating their services and plans. You may be able to switch your plan and save money each month. Additionally, you should always ask if there are any promotions or discounts available.