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How to Choose the Cell Phone That's Right for You

Started by jahangirs, Jul 20, 2020, 05:07 am

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The cell phone market has exploded and is continuing to expand at an astonishing pace. The competition among the leading mobile phone manufacturers and the service providers is fierce. With so many    Buy Cell Phone List  products and service providers to choose from, how can you choose the phone that fulfills your needs at a cost you can afford?

You may have seen TV ads for several of the newest phones, but what you don't see are the service plans and the costs of those plans. To get the best deal you need to look at both the phones and the providers.

To make an intelligent decision and avoid getting stuck with a phone you don't like or a service contract that costs more than expected, you need to do some research on your own.

Find all the reviews you can and read them over to get a feel for what is available.

The next step is to make a list of the features you want in a mobile phone. Are you more interested in voice clarity, or are you more interested in one that just looks cool. Do you want one with a camera that takes high quality video and still shots? Do you want one that is easy to use for text messaging? What about the phone's battery life and charging time requirements?

One of the best ways to clarify your needs is to make a list of those features that are important to you, then assign each a number of 1 - 10 on the importance. For instance, if you list the color of the phone you might not really care that much so give it a 2. If you just have to have that pearl color, you might rate it a 10. Once you get the list of features, and an "importance" rating, Take a closer look at the phones that have the features you rate the highest.

When you have narrowed the choice down to 2 or 3 phones, it's time to look at the service plans available for each or the phone you have selected. You might also use the importance ratings for such service features as: contract length, monthly cost, "minutes" costs, coverage in your area and the places you will most frequently use the phone, etc. This should narrow you choices down even further.