Mobile Phone Buying Guide

phone buying guide

Mobile phones have become more than a phone these days, and the mobile phone is on the verge of several technological revolutions in just one unit.Because mobile phones are now truly portable and not to mention very easy-to-use, that’s why they

Because mobile phones are now truly portable and not to mention very easy-to-use, that’s why they have grown in popularity, in fact, they are gaining so much popularity that they are beginning to replace landlines.

There is a mobile phone for just about everyone these days, phones can be free if taking out a line rental contract or all the way up to £500-£600 if you’re buying a sim free phone. With the huge variation in price, it can be difficult to pinpoint the right mobile phone for you and your needs.

If you’re thinking of buying a mobile phone you need to know what the spec is and the most important features of the phone. In this article, we will look at how you can pick out the right phone for you.

Before purchasing a mobile phone you need to ask yourself the following three questions:

  1. Why do you need a mobile phone?
  2. What are the key features that you require?
  3. What kind of accessories do you need?

Why do You Need a Mobile Phone?

The mobile phone is seen as a status symbol these days it is not uncommon for someone to buy a phone simply because of its status. It is also not uncommon to see people change mobile phones as often they change their socks and then there are those who just simply want a handset that is simply to operate when making calls and texts. The phone you purchase is going to depend on the type of user that you are, make a simple list of all the features that you want your mobile phone to do or what you want in the mobile phone. By doing this while searching for a phone you know the key features that you want and the phone and this will help you narrow a select few that fit your criteria.Now let’s look at the type of users that we discussed in the above paragraph in a little more depth…

Now let’s look at the type of users that we discussed in the above paragraph in a little more depth…The user who wants to make calls with a simple to use

The user who wants to make calls with a simple to use handset. This type of user usually wants a cheap mobile phone with basic functions. They do not have to worry about having a huge menu with hundreds of features that may confuse them as well as all these features can be irrelevant anyway. By purchasing a cheap and basic mobile phone you have all the basic functions such as making a call, texting, voicemail and even basic features such as alarm clock, changing ring tones, calculator and a calendar.Next, you have the person who uses their phone as a status symbol. For this type of user, having the latest model will be essential, not

Next, you have the person who uses their phone as a status symbol. For this type of user, having the latest model will be essential, not only latest model but also a model that is regarded highly by many. The phone has to be a conversation starter wherever you go, it has to be aesthetically pleasing even maybe be one of those models where the manufacturer teams up with a well-known brand to create phone such as LG has teamed up with Porsche to create the ultimate status symbol phone. This is the type of phone this user will require. This type of user may even be one of those that gets their phone gold plated with diamonds encrusted.The next type of user is the one who has to change their phone all the time. For this particular user

The next type of user is the one who has to change their phone all the time. For this particular user, SIM free phones are the best option. The good thing about SIM free phones is that you can keep your current Sim but just change the phone as often as you like. These phones are open to all networks so doesn’t matter which network you’re on. Nearly all the major manufacturers will release a SIM free version of their latest phone so this means you can always purchase the latest phone without having to break your current line rental contract.So there you go, these are just some of the things to look out for when purchasing a mobile phone.

So there you go, these are just some of the things to look out for when purchasing a mobile phone. First, identify what type of user you are, make a list of what you want and then research the net and narrow down to the top three phones that fit your criteria and then from there on, go into the shops and have a little play about with the working models to see which best suits you.

 

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