Your Guide to Choose the RIGHT mobile!

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Hi all! My name is Alex, and I'm here to tell you how to choose a right mobile.

Today the demand of mobile phone is on a rise so much so that people prefer mobile phones to landlines. There are different types of mobile phones available in the market. Different phones operate on different systems and each has its own positive and negative side.

Analog Phones: Analog is the original type of cell phone. Analog phones are less expensive and are offered as a free incentive to sign up for service. They are popular worldwide and can be used in 95 percent countries. However with the availability of digital phones, analog phones are loosing its importance. One of the major drawbacks of analog phones is that the sound quality is not sharpest and the minute rate tends to be much higher than the alternatives.

Digital Phones

Digital phones are comparatively better than analog phones in terms of quality service, customer security and ability to support next generation services. Digital offers a better quality of sound as compared to analog phones. They provide better network of signals and have much cheaper caller rates. Unlike analog, digital phones work by sampling pieces of wave and sending it in the form of data. One of the biggest disadvantages of digital phones is that they can give you problems if you’re planning to use it in some other country. As far as analog phones are concerned it will be a safe and better commodity for traveling cross-country.

The above two types are the most commonly used throughout the world. Although, there're others which are still being used such as PCS (nothing special but Personal Communication Service).

So, before you go ahead and choose the types, colours, models, etc. Have a look at the type of mobile you want, what functions you want, and depending on your budget, choose your favourite mobile phone.

I hope you'll find the right mobile phone for yourself!

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