Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Tips for Finding the Cheapest Cell Phone Plans

Some people spend far too much money on their cell phone plans. Whether you're on a tight budget or simply want to save a little bit of money, however, you can by following these simple tips for finding the cheapest cell phone plans.

Skip the Data Plan
If you don't get online much or would prefer to use your computer to access the Internet, you can always opt for a plan that doesn't include data. This is a great way to save money while still being able to talk and text. If you do like to get online sometimes but don't do it often, you can also look into plans that charge you based on how much time you spend online rather than offering unlimited data. In some cases, this is a good way to save money.
Use Prepaid
In the past, contract phone plans were more affordable than prepaid phones. This is no longer the case, however, and you can actually save quite a bit of money by opting for a prepaid phone plan rather than one with a contract. Plus, you don't have to worry about credit checks or Long-term contracts, which can provide peace of mind.
Shop Around
Just because something seems like a good deal doesn't mean that it really is. You shouldn't go for the first phone plan that you come across, even if it claims to be the best or if all of your loved ones have it. Instead, take your time and do your research; this will allow you to find the plan with the most features for the lowest price.
As you can see, there are a few ways that you can go about finding affordable cell phone plans, so consider following these tips to save a bit of money while still having the cell phone service that you need.

Thursday, February 2, 2017

All New HTC One to come with LED display case?

The Twitter leakers posted images of the cover, which seemingly comprises a simple case with a basic LED display. Information, including time and weather, is projected in different colours, and will presumably form an ‘always-on’ hub.

Pre-order sweetener
At the time of writing there’s been no confirmation from HTC, but the case could form part of any pre-order incentives for the handset. Having been announced at MWC, the All New device will land on 25 March .

The move would be in a similar vein to the recently unveiled YotaPhone 2. Although boasting a 5-inch Super AMOLED display, the handset also offers a 4.7-inch e-paper display on the rear, which uses less power and will continue to work even when battery charge is low. Users can get basic notifications much in the same way as HTC’s potential LED effort.

Google Play goodness
Elsewhere the firm has confirmed a Google Play Edition will also be made available. Having released the original HTC One in the purest form of Android , it appears the predecessor will follow and shed the Sense UI as well.

It seems the handset variants, which are available to buy from the Google Play Store, are becoming a popular choice, what with both HTC and Samsung making their products available in the last 12 months. There’s been no word from the Korean manufacturer yet, but it could be that the Galaxy S5 makes the Google Play cut as well.