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Phone rates rise in February

The average price of monthly cell phone service in the United States increased by about 0.5 percent in February to $36.76, according to a new survey from Econ One, an economic research and consulting firm based in Los Angeles. Monthly service in Minneapolis and San Francisco had the largest price increases, jumping 2 percent when compared to January's bills, according to the survey. The biggest decreases were in Chicago, Phoenix, Cleveland, Seattle and Miami, according to Econ One.

The average price of monthly cell phone service in the United States increased by about 0.5 percent in February to $36.76, according to a new survey from Econ One, an economic research and consulting firm based in Los Angeles. Monthly service in Minneapolis and San Francisco had the largest price increases, jumping 2 percent when compared to January's bills, according to the survey.

The biggest decreases were in Chicago, Phoenix, Cleveland, Seattle and Miami, according to Econ One.