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I deleted 4 types of apps from my phone in 2020 and it helped me save over $1,000

5 days ago   |   By Business Insider

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When the pandemic hit and I was stuck at home, my screen time shot up - and so did my online spending.
My credit card bills were getting out of control, so I decided to delete the apps that were costing me the most money.
Deleting online shopping apps, mobile games, travel apps, and food delivery services saved me over $1,000 in 2020.
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I'll be the first to admit I have a very unhealthy relationship with my phone. It's with me everywhere I go, except the shower, and even then it's within...
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