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The major phone cell companies providers in the U.S. are Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, NexTel, U.S. Cellular, Liberty, AllTel, and T-Mobile. Everything other player in the cell market is tiny by comparison. So the question isn't really which cell phone company to choose. The question is usually which company offers you the best deal on a cell phone.

Are you thinking of picking a cell phone without an idea of what exact model you want? You are not alone. Many believe that a cell phone should be a good communication tool. They are eager to buy, only to discover that the real model they acquire may not cover their needs.

If you plan to buy a cell phone purely for communication purposes, you are not exactly free of such obstacles. You should always think of a few things before buying a cell phone. What things, you ask? This article may not necessarily answer your exact question. However, it serves as a simple guideline to help you determine what you should consider.

First, you want to think about where you will use the cell phone most of the time. Do you often leave the country? You can go for mobile phones with high-end technology that can pick up a signal provided by your destination country. A safe bet will be a quad phone signal which can receive four of the types of signals most common in cellular technology.

If you go for a phone with lots of extra features, plan on an expensive price tag to go with it. Here you can have a camera phone, music phone internet phones and other gadgets. Speaking of camera phones, do not expect too much from the camera phone. If you need a little more quality in your shots, you're better off buying a separate digital camera. These built-in camera phone images are for style. They are more for those candid moments that you may encounter on the go, instead of serious, professional photography.

Do not expect your phone to be an iPod right away. The memory capacity of a telephone out of the box are only enough to take some pictures and store an average of two or three CD audio tracks. Consider buying a separate gadget if you are the true audiophile who needs a good bulk of the tracks on the mobile file. In addition, do not let your cell phone swing in your pocket while you're on the treadmill. You may regret it!

Recently, there has been much talk about cell phones and their accessibility to the Internet. It is true that many new cell phones launched on the market are able to detect a wireless signal from a wireless source. However, do not expect to surf all the websites that you can easily on a desktop PC. Your ability to surf heavily depends on the mobile friendliness of the sites you want to visit and on the coming improvements in the software that your cell phone allows you to install. Some mobile phones are quite restrictive in this regard, for safety reasons.

The cell phone that you are considering buying may have these capabilities and more, but you should not really expect the same quality results that these improvements promise, compared to the gadgets they "replace". Do the additional research on what to offer, this phone special if you think it suits you, then by all means, get it.

Last Update: 7/21/2011
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