Cell Phone As Your Primary LineWritten by Syd Johnson
If you find a good service and affordable features, or spend a lot of time away from home, then consider going totally wireless.
Many cell phone customers are now using their cell phone as their primary phone line. As number of cell phone subscriber continues to rise, monthly fee for basic cell phone service are falling. If you spend a lot of time away from home or constantly have business phone calls forwarded to your cell phone, you can make your cell phone your primary phone line.
As more Americans go wireless, wireless industry has responded with more choices and lower prices for basic plans. You can send email, text messages, surf web, listen to music and even take pictures with your cell phone. You can keep in touch and entertain yourself with your cell phone. Free nights and weekends, free long distance and of course, going from two phone bills to one, make this a very attractive option.
If you are ready to make leap to wireless only, there are many, many opportunities in cellular market for you. Before you make leap, here are three most common things that you want to consider to minimize your cell phone bill and maximize your usage and enjoyment.
Service Spend a few more dollars per month if necessary, but get best service that you can afford. Customers and family members will not tolerate spotty service, dropped calls and interference on a daily basis. Figure out where you spend majority of your time, indoors, outdoors, rural areas, dense urban areas or away on business trips. Make sure that your cell phone service is compatible with your geography and lifestyle.
How To Choose a Great Camera PhoneWritten by Syd Johnson
List of Features Camera phones are handy, and they offer most features of any type of cell phone on market. The list of features available on a camera phone is truly astounding for such a small product. Here is a sample list:
Internet access, better color resolution, improved sound quality, multi media messaging (MMS), zoom in/out, video recording capabilities (short clips, no movies), speaker phones, FM radio, MP3 players Ö and all other capabilities you associate with great cell phones.
Every major cell phone manufacturer has a camera phone on market. While some manufacturers say their camera phones are latest and greatest, all camera phones have limitations when compared to regular cameras. If you have dreams of taking pictures on fly and sending them over to Grandma's house, compare, compare, and then compare features again before you purchase your camera phone.
Picture Quality Pictures on camera phones can be fuzzy, garbled or weird. Camera phones donít have same capacity for clarity and space as your average Digital Camera. Check specs on your phone to see resolution. On newer models, 640 X 480 pixels is norm. In contrast, Digital Cameras are rated according to millions of pixels. Make sure you have enough space to store a few pictures. You should know how many pictures you can keep on your phone at any one time. Usually, around 30 small pictures are possible.
Charge In cell phone industry, every new feature seems to have a new charge. Be aware of amount of time it takes to send a picture from your phone. Check your service agreement to see if time it takes to send a picture via web will be deducted from your minutes, or if a monthly fee is required to send pictures from your camera phone. Under best plans, you pay a monthly fee to send unlimited amounts of pictures.