Choosing a Cell Phone

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When choosing a cell phone, find a phone that fits your needs. Consider buying a cell phone with an MP3 player, a camera, e-mail capabilities, a full keyboard or just basic features. Get help picking the best cell phone for your lifestyle from a cell phone salesman in this free video on cellular phones.

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Hi, I'm Ben, from The Cellphone Broker, in San Jose, California. Today, I'm going to show you how to choose the right cellphone. There's a lot of different cellphones available today. You need to make sure that you pick the right one that fits your needs. The majority of the phones today have a lot of different features, including an MP3 player which allows you to play music, a camera, and possibly a camcorder; kind of like a video camera. Majority of the phones today also have voice recorders so you can record voice notes; they'll have a notepad feature. All the phones come with a calculator. So, when when choosing a phone just just pick what works best for you. Well, you could pick a Blackberry device. Blackberry uses the Internet in order to bring in e-mails to your account. You could earn, you can have up to ten e-mail accounts set up on this device. It also has a full keyboard so it's easy to to create messages, compose messages, and send them out. If you want to just do some light text messaging; maybe you want to have a MP3 player on your phone, maybe a nice camera with video camera, you can get something like this which is the the LG. Pretty much every company right now has a phone like this. It's pretty normal looking on the front. When you turn it on its side right here you can slide it up and it has a full keyboard for text messaging. This phone isn't really designed for for e-mail or getting on the Internet, but it's great for sending text messaging and jut doing the basic stuff that most phones do. If you just want a really basic phone, something that doesn't have a lot of features, just makes phone calls, sends text messages, this is a small Nokia. Nokia makes a lot of devices that are just pretty basic. Samsung does, as well. And these these phones are not loaded with a lot of features, but most times they're they're pretty cheap when you're, when you're going out doing your shopping for a phone. So, I'm Ben, from the Cellphone Broker, in San Jose. To learn more about phones log onto our website,


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