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Buying a brand new technological gadget is fun and exciting. Whether you're shopping for an Android phone, Google tablet, iPhone, high definition television set, Blu-Ray player, laptop, PS3, X-Box 360, Nintendo DS, iPad or iPod Touch, you're going to have to do a lot of research on which product is the best of the bunch. That's the fun part. Researching if the LG Android powered by Google phone is better for you than the iPhone 6 is a whole lot more exciting than researching about history lessons.
If you're currently researching cell phones and smartphones you need to know that once you've settled on what phone you want to buy there's another important step: choosing a provider. Just like shopping for real estate isn't done once you've found your dream home, cell phone shopping isn't done once you've picked out your phone. There's still some work to be done until you can activate your phone and start calling, internet browsing and texting away.
If you live in a small city then you probably don't have much of a choice when it comes to cell phone providers so you don't really have to worry much about researching them. If you live in a large city then it might be difficult finding the right cell phone provider and plan because there are so many service providers out there.
Find out as much information about each cell phone provider as you can to see which one you should sign up with. Find out about their rates, plans, coverage, phone features, extra charges, warranty information about their phones, contract terms, etc. You want to be as thorough about choosing a service provider as you would be when shopping for new clothes. You know exactly what it is you need out of your cell phone so you need to make sure you find yourself a provider who can fulfill all your cell phone needs, whether you'll be using your cell phone for personal use or for business use.
Once you've researched the phone providers it's time to choose a plan that's right for you. Don't settle on just any plan because you might want to change it down the line. Find something that will provide you with everything you need, be that more minutes, unlimited texting, reasonable long distance roaming rates or a flexible data plan. Once you've picked out the plan you want to go with and have chosen your plan you can finally sign up for a cell phone and start using it to make calls, send texts or take pictures or videos