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Buying Cell Phones - What You Need to Look for When Buying Cell Phones
What you need to look for when buying cell phones.
OK, now that we have given the essentials a once over, its time to look at what you want and maybe need in your cell phones.
When considering a cell phones the first thing you need to look at is your coverage. You can have the smallest, brightest, and anything else you can think of, but if it won't work where you need it to work, then you've got a problem.
Where do you need it? At the office, the kid's school. Do you travel out of town? Maybe have a small farm or lake property.
Your cell phones have to work where you are going to use them, so before you purchase anything, find out what the coverage is.
Monthly cost. You should look at all of the fine print. Make sure you know how much you are going to be paying each month for your coverage.
If the carrier is offering to give you this great upgrade cell phone if you take service "A", over service "B" or "C", watch out. You may be able to go online and buy the same cell phone as a separate item. Yes, it may cost you a few bucks, but that is only a one time charge, you may have to make that monthly payment for your service contract for three or four years just to get one of their free
Now most carriers offer free cell phones as part of the contract, yes it may not be the latest and greatest, but it may do all you need. Try for a low-cost contract with a short term. You know they have specials on three or four times a year. Six months from now you may be able to get better coverage, better cell phones and pay less.
How will you use cell phones? Do you travel? If you stay local, why would you need nationwide service? Is the phone only for emergencies when traveling? Want to take pictures at the ball games or maybe sell real estate. If so a camera phone may be great.
Do you really need call waiting and caller ID? Whoa, what is text messaging all about? Is that something you will be using every day? What about roll over minutes?
You really need to take a good inventory of your needs and your wants when picking out cell phones and who your carrier is going to be.
Think it over for a few minutes before you sign on the dotted line.
About the Author: Ernest is the owner of http://cellphonecenter.us/ , the site offers up-to-date information and tips on cell phones and cell phone plans.