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There is a great deal of information out there about cell phones. From the purchase process down to the skilled use of the device, it is necessary to learn all you can. This article will teach you what you need to know when purchasing or using a cell phone.

Restart your phone occasionally so you can rid it of memory from web sites. This will help your phone to perform to the best of its ability if you do this once every few days.

TIP! If you’re on LTE or 4G, beware watching videos. You likely have a certain amount of data that you can use in a given month.

If you have a cellular telephone and need to get information, you shouldn’t pay for the charges that go with that sort of thing. Try for instance the 1-800 number, 411-FREE. By listening to a short ad, you will get whatever information you were seeking.

If you own a smartphone, you probably use it fairly consistently throughout the day. You should not leave it on for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Any smartphone is like a small computer. When you restart them you can free up memory so it can run well. Simply turning your phone off a couple of times each week will improve how your phone works.

Weak Signal

TIP! Don’t rush into buying the latest, greatest phone. It may be a waste of money.

Does your phone battery drain rapidly? You might be experiencing a weak signal. Weak signals can drain batteries. Remember to turn your phone off when you aren’t using it, especially in an area with a weak signal.

Be cautious with extended warranties. Often the charges for these are large and the warranties are rarely needed. If they are going to occur, problems with a cell phone are likely to show up in the first year while the basic warranty is still in effect. Plus, a lot of people buy a new phone ever year, so the warranty that’s extended really isn’t worth it.

Prior to purchasing a smartphone, be sure it is what you need. These will cost you a pretty penny but provide a wealth of options and services. But do you need all those bells and whistles? A smartphone will cost you a lot of money upfront. It may be best to seek other options.

Never place your phone near water. If it is immersed, it will probably break. Ideally, don’t even place your phone anywhere near water. Accidents will eventually happen over time.

If you always buy a certain kind of phone, think about another option for once. Look at all the options, and be open to a change. Looking at other brands of phones may show you a new range of functionality.

The more you know about phones, the better you can use one. Try to become educated about them to get more out of them. These tips are just a beginning, so continue to do your research.

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Posted on Nov 10, 2017

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