Mobile phone bills can add up fast.
In fact, according to a new study, nearly every month an average American has a new bill to pay.
The study by a group of economists from the University of Illinois at Chicago found that the average household spends more than $10,000 annually on cell phone bills, and that the cost to households is projected to increase from just over $3,500 to more than more than nearly $8,000 per year by 2025.
The report comes as the U.S. faces an aging population, and the average person in the country is expected to live until age 65.
In order to cut the costs of cell phone costs, the study calls for expanding the usage cap to all households, which would also lead to higher savings.
The idea is to get cell phone users to use their phone less often and save money.
According to the study, households in the top 10% of income earners spend an average of $4,000 on their cell phones each year.
The top 1% spend about $2,000, and those in the bottom 20% spend $800.
In a separate study, the UAW found that cell phone prices are among the highest in the U, and many of the people using cell phones are the middle-class.
The UAW said the average American household with an annual income of over $100,000 spends more on cell phones than nearly 30% of Americans.
The group said cell phone consumers in the United States account for nearly a quarter of all new consumer debt.
The company’s report also found that Americans are spending more than double the amount of time on their phones than people in other developed countries.
The average American spends nearly three hours a day on their mobile phone, while in Japan, it is only around one hour a day.
The researchers also said that cell phones were among the most expensive in the world to buy, and they said that many Americans could save a lot by switching to a cheaper cellphone model.