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Many people love the convenience and safety that a cell phone can provide, but they do not love the monthly cell phone bill. Prepaid cell phone plans can be the perfect choice for those who only use their cell phones occasionally.
In this day and age with cell phones everywhere, VoIP services bringing down long distance charges, and all of the other wonders of modern technology at your finger tips, it is natural to look at older technology and ask the question, "Are calling cards still relevant today?"
Shopping for a cell phone and service plan can be a mind-numbing experience if you don't prepare yourself with a little research beforehand. There are more service providers than there are regions and more cell phone models than you can imagine.
There are both benefits and drawbacks to local, regional, and national calling plans for your cell phone. National plans appear to be the most popular in recent years, but are you paying too much? Read on for benefits comparisons that could save you money and/or improve service.
Voice over Internet Protocol is quickly gaining ground over traditional landline service in the phone market. While the debate is still in progress, VoIP does offer a few plusses over conventional landlines. Read on for some important facts about Voice over Internet Protocol service.
Family and shared minute cell phone plans are very popular - and for good reasons. Here are some of those reasons and why you should consider family and shared minute plans to save money and maximize minutes.
Choosing a new Internet service provider (ISP) can be a frustrating experience. To improve this experience, learn all you can about prospective new ISPs before you make a commitment. Here are some suggestions to help you decide.
The features offered by modern cell phones are many and new features seem to come out almost every week. But how many of these features do you actually need for your cell phone?
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