Women 'feeling credit crunch pinch more'Women keeping a closer watch on the pennies as the consequences of the credit crunch hit could benefit from making cheaper calls abroad.
The Legal & General MoneyMood Survey showed that the mood for spending among women is down 18 per cent since last month reaching its lowest point in a year.
This follows a study from the Centre for Policy Studies which revealed that with rises in mortgage and utility bills (including electric, water and broadband), the average household is £1,300 worse off than it was a year ago.
Julia Clayworth, head of marketing for wealth management at Legal & General, said: "As people become more cautious with their spending habits, now is the time to really think about building a savings plan which could prove invaluable if the recession really takes hold.
"Even saving just a few pounds a month could make all the difference if times get tough."
One way of making these savings could be by making cheaper calls abroad and from mobiles.
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