if you spend a lot of time texting, talking and using the Internet on your cell phone, you should think about signing up for an unlimited plan. It may cost a bit more than the plan you currently have, but you will no longer have to worry about spending a ton on overage charges.
If you want to give your preteen a cell phone, make sure you get them a plan that fits your budget and their needs. If they like to text a lot, you should consider plans that have unlimited texting. If you don’t, you may end up with a huge bill.
Remove the texting plan on your phone if you do not text a lot. Those text plans are notoriously expensive compared to the miniscule data they send. You can choose apps that let you text, or if your phone is from Apple, you can contact other Apple users with iMessage for free.
Try texting if you haven’t already. Typing it out can save a lot of time. When your phone is against your head, it’s putting off radiation. So, it’s actually safer to text.
Consider a plan with unlimited data. Now that texting and phone minutes are going unlimited, the big carriers are making their money on data overages. There are carriers who are making this data issue a thing of the past. You can not only cut your monthly plan, but also save from data overage charges.
Apps can be used so you don’t get overage charges when you get a phone plan. You may still be working with a plan that caps your phone minutes or the texts you can make. If that’s the case, an app like Skype or Kik can provide you with an alternative way to text. Skype has an option for video calling that can save some minutes, too.
You are probably happy you read this article because now you can use your cellphone to its full potential, or may even be prepared to buy a new phone. These tips will allow you to have a better experience with your cell phone. Give yourself credit for doing a good job.
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