Need to Cut Expenses? Use Trim to Save Money on Cable / TV / Internet / Phone Utility Bills

Good morning everyone.  Last month, I wrote that Trim Saved Me Another $15 on my Comcast Xfinity Cable Bill.  Now that the coronavirus has rapidly spread across the country and around the world, I know a lot of people are trying to save money by cutting expenses.  I will have a post out later today about saving money with credit card annual fees, but for this post, I wanted to remind readers that Trim can save you money on cable, TV, internet, and phone bills.  Trim will reach out to your utility company on your behalf and negotiate a lower monthly cost or get you a 1 time courtesy credit (like the $15 credit I received from Xfinity last month).  In exchange for negotiating a lower rate, Trim takes a cut of the savings.  To learn more, read this post: Trim Saves Money on Monthly Cable / Phone / TV / Internet Bills (Negotiates Discounts on your Behalf).

In addition to saving you money on utility bills, Trim Offers Debt Payoff Service (Negotiates Lower Credit Card APRs, Creates Payoff Plan & Provides Personal Coaching).  If you need help with lowering credit card APRs or creating a debt payoff plan, let Trim help you set up your game plan.

If you have any questions about Trim, please leave a comment below.  Have a great day everyone!

3 thoughts on “Need to Cut Expenses? Use Trim to Save Money on Cable / TV / Internet / Phone Utility Bills

  1. Bill

    I signed up with Trim about 6 weeks ago and they renegotiated the following savings for the next year….. Charter internet…. $240, DirecTV….$840, Verizon…..$480. They did get their 33% share but overall, I am very happy keeping $1,040 in my bank account for the next year!!!

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    1. Grant Post author

      Hi Bill, that is amazing savings. I’m glad Trim could save you over $1,000. Just wait, Trim might save even more money down the road, just wait.

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