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When ‘all you need is a phone’ to save money on cell phones

The latest report from the US Department of Agriculture finds that women are paying more for their cell phones.

The report, released Wednesday, says that women between the ages of 15 and 49 are paying $1,400 for a single line of data service, compared to $400 in 2011.

The median cost of a two-year contract for the same service is $130, according to the report.

The median cost for a three-year agreement is $185, according the report, which was based on a survey of more than 200,000 households.

In the past, women were more likely to have a two or three year contract, but that number has dropped significantly in recent years.

The USDA found that women who used the phone to pay for cell phone bills in 2011 were spending more than twice as much as their male counterparts.

Women who used a cell phone for only one or two months spent an average of $939 per month compared to women who had used the service for at least six months, according.

The difference is especially stark in rural areas where women are less likely to make the trip to the nearest cellphone store.

The report also found that more than half of women said they would buy a phone without a contract if they were able to do so without a significant cost increase.

Nearly half of respondents said they wouldn’t spend money on a new cell phone if they could save money.

The survey found that 41 percent of women who have a contract said they will use a cheaper cell phone contract if it means they can afford it, compared with 30 percent of those who don’t.

The cost of the cell phone contracts was not taken into account when the report was developed.

Instead, it was based solely on average monthly costs.

In fact, the cost of both the cheapest and most expensive contracts was roughly equal.

The survey also found more women than men are taking advantage of discounts to purchase new phones.

In 2012, only 13 percent of all women said that they would use a new contract if there was a discount, compared for men the same year.

In 2015, the percentage was 23 percent.

While the survey found some signs of progress for women in the smartphone industry, it did not include many women who are not in the workforce.

The USDA noted that women have made up just 10 percent of the phone industry workforce for the last four years, but it also said that in 2016, only 7 percent of people who were employed at the phone companies in the US were women.