It’s all about the apps this week as I’m partnering up with Wonder Bill on their #BillBrave campaign. As we’ve moved into our own place, we’re now solely in charge of bills which is something both me and Sam are new too. Ever since university, I’ve always happily let someone else handle the bills but now it’s our turn. And this is why I’m partnering with Wonder Bill because it couldn’t have come at a more important time.
The last thing we want as a couple is to spend beyond our means, so making sure we’re saving on our bills and cutting down where necessary will make all the difference for the next few months as we settle into our apartment.
So a little bit about the app. Wonder Bill is available both on Android and Apple. It’s free to download and the idea behind the app is that it keeps all your bill payments in one place. The app also enables you to find better deals for gas, electricity, mobile, television, landline and broadband.
Now we’re pretty fortunate that both our water is paid under our annual service charge and our gas is currently free until the developers finish on the site. So we’ve only got to focus on council tax, electricity, TV and broadband.
I’ve downloaded the app and had a little play with it to see if it’s easy to use and worth using the limited space I have on my phone. The app is continuing to develop and have added services such as Netflix subscriptions and Spotify to cater for those extra bills.
Now as most of my bills are in the process of being activated. I’ve managed to add my phone bill which has already managed to pull my statements up in high quality format. I won’t be able to input anything else into the app for a few days so next week I’ll be checking in with another post about my experience with the app and what I’ll be doing with the extra money I’ll hopefully save by being #BillBrave.
Let me know if you’re looking at cutting down your bills in the comments below. Make sure to download the app and give it a go!
*Disclaimer – This is collaborative post with Wonder Bill. All words are my own.