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How To Choose The Best Cell Phone Model

By Gladys Davidson

There are so many sleek and impressive looking cell phones on the market these days that it’s hard to resist the temptation to buy one. There aren’t that many people out there who can exist without a cell phone as a means of communication. It can help you communicate with practically anyone at practically any time. Plus, you look good doing it, too.

Cellular phones mean more than just simple communication for the majority of us. Cell phones are more than just communication tools indeed – you can send text messages or picture messages, take pictures or videos, go online and send email or simply surf the Net, play games, or use your voice to dial the number of your choice. Of course, having a phone with all this is not cheap, so it’s important to determine just exactly what we need our cell phones to do.

Choosing the right wireless service provider is usually the first thing people think about when shopping for pricey cell phones. The key items here are the kind of coverage it offers and the type of monthly service plan it has in your location. Once you’ve selected a service provider, your next step is to choose among the many available phones offered by the service provider.

Next, you have to think of the phone’s features. You would need a phone with roaming coverage in most countries if you frequently travel. Your ideal phone would then be one that can utilizes both digital and analog communication – a dual-mode phone. These are much more dependable for globetrotters than single-mode models, especially if you will be going to isolated places or rural areas where digital service may be nonexistent.

One of the final things to consider would be your new phone’s design. Do you go more for flip phones, or what are sometimes known as clam shell designs? Or would you be the type who likes the conventional chocolate bar-shaped phone that doesn’t flip? Convenience-wise, it wouldn’t be recommendable to get a flip phone, as many of them have the base lighter than the cover. Maybe you can handle phones that have display both inside and outside – do dual screen phones tickle your fancy? The choice is yours at the end of the day, as long as the phone suits your personal tastes and is relatively easy to use.

As an aside, you can also consider the phone’s special features. Are there any special actions you want your phone to perform, like game support, or a navigational system? Oftentimes, this consideration is tied in to how much we are prepared to spend, so it’s not that difficult a decision after all.

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