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5 Strategies For Comparing Cellular Plans And Offers

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How should you be comparing cellular plans and offers? There is a wide
range of products available, many different types of calling plans and
there seems to always be something new and exciting to consider. No
matter if this is your first or your tenth cell phone, you still need to
wisely compare cellular plans and offers before you sign on the dotted
line. Here are some things you need to consider before making the choice.

* Know your need first. If you currently have a c...


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How should you be comparing cellular plans and offers? There is a wide
range of products available, many different types of calling plans and
there seems to always be something new and exciting to consider. No
matter if this is your first or your tenth cell phone, you still need to
wisely compare cellular plans and offers before you sign on the dotted
line. Here are some things you need to consider before making the choice.

* Know your need first. If you currently have a cellular plan, find out
about how many minutes you are averaging per month. You can usually find
this on your statement. Also, note things that you do and do not like
about your plan. For example, do you get billed for roaming charges? Do
you pay more for day time calls?

* Get the information. When comparing cellular plans and offers, you need
to begin gathering information that will help you to make a decision. The
best way to do this is to use the web. Find out what plans and offers are
available from each of the companies in your area. Take notes, get
brochures or even get quotes.

* You’ll want to compare several things. Start with the plan’s minute
allotment. What is the cost of the minutes that you are averaging use of
now? What additional fees are there for going over? Are there additional
charges for the phone? Can you keep your current one? What are the
charges for text messaging, voice mail, internet browsing and pictures?
Does the phone they offer with the plan provide you with what you need?

* Look at warranty information. If your phone is damaged, destroyed or
stops working, what will they do for you?

* Lastly, make sure that when you are comparing cellular plans and offers
that you know just how long of a term you are signing for. If it is too
long, unfair or there are extraordinary costs to getting out of the
contract really consider your choice here.

Comparing cellular plans and offers means taking the time to insure that
you know the facts, know the deal and know the hidden costs and then
making the right decision.

				
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