Save money on your phone and cable bills
It’s free if you don’t save
Some of the providers we help with
How It Works
1. Send your bills
Upload your bills to our site or just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
2. We negotiate
Our experts negotiate on your behalf within 3 business days
3. You save money
Clients save $352 on average. You share 25% of the savings of the first year with us
“BillSmart literally cut my AT&T bill in half. Instead of paying $150, I’m paying $75 a month now.”
Kelsie, St Paul
“Signup took less than 2 minutes. After uploading my Wave bill, I saved $691 a day later.”
“BillSmart did a great job on my Centurylink bill. They’re going to lower my DirecTV bill next!”
1. It’s quick and easy
Upload your bills and we do the rest. It’s like magic.
2. Free if you don’t save
You’ll only pay if you get results. No savings=no charge.
3. You’re in good hands
We treat your bills like our own and our top priority is providing you with a great experience.
Average Client Savings
Total Client Savings
Cost if you don’t save money
Frequently Asked Questions
What is BillSmart?
BillSmart is a negotiation service for phone and cable bills and credit card debt. We save you money on your phone and cable bills by negotiating discounts and getting one time credits. We save you money on credit card debt by lowering your APR and getting interest and fees refunded.
How does it work?
Upload your bills to our website or email us your bills at email@example.com. Our negotiation experts will get to your bill within 3 business days. We’ll send you an email after the negotiation is done with the results.
Will my service change?
We save you money without changing your level of service or signing you up for a contract. However, if we can get you a great deal that’s slightly different than your current one, we’ll check with you to get your approval before we make any changes.
How much does it cost?
Our fee is 25% of what you’ll save in the first year. If your bill was $200 and we lowered it to $180, you will save $240 in a year of which we’ll charge you $60. It’s free if you don’t save money.
Is my data safe with you?
We have built our system to prioritize customer security. We employ extensive security measures in our operational processes and there is limited access to personal data. Also, we do not share your data with any 3rd parties.
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