BillShrink is a free, personalized savings service for everyday services like wireless and ... More
BillShrink is a free, personalized savings service for everyday services like wireless and credit cards. It’s hard enough to understand complicated bills, let alone to figure out where you might be able to save money. And these days, time is money.
That’s where BillShrink comes in. Our vision is to save you time and money through highly-personalized analysis of your particular usage.
Not only will Billshrink find the best wireless plans and credit cards for you today, but we can automatically repeat the analysis for you on a regular basis to keep you optimized as your usage changes, better product offers come to market, etc. And soon we’ll offer this same free, personalized service for other complicated everyday services.
To make all this work easily and intuitively for you, we’re putting modern technology to work on our end to find you savings. Our computer algorithms scan millions of data points , constantly re-calculating your usage and needs against the millions of possible product combinations. Simply put, we’ve gone to all the trouble so you don’t have to. For free.
Last updated 8 Sep 2011
Published 8 Sep 2011
Billshrink.com is a completely free on-line app that lets you search for possible savings on a number of things that you use in your everyday life. In particular they cover wireless services, credit cards, gas stations, and television services (at beta stage).
The functions and interface are all very user friendly and clutter free and signing in for an account just requires a name, email address and password. Once into the system you will need to answer a few questions on usage and volumes for all of the areas they cover.
If you’re looking for a better deal on your cellphone then the first steps are to enter your current service provider and your monthly costs. The system then takes you through to another page where more detailed information is requested on usage, features preferred, lines required, whether you use text and email and also if you want the price of a new phone included. You can of course import your current phone bill if it’s in electronic format.
The site will then return a number of cost saving suggestions from various carriers with the amount of the potential savings clearly shown.
For gas savings you can enter your address and that of a regular journey like your daily commute. Add to that the make, year and model of your car plus how much gas you usually buy and hit go. The information comes back in map format with gas stations highlighted along the route and recommendations of where...