you want a new phone, there is an obvious urge to simply go out and
buy it. Caution should always be advised, however, as this can often
lead to expenses.
buying your phone, take some time to think about the additional costs
that you might not have considered. Expenses don't end when you buy
the phone, so preparation really is crucial here.
stated above, the costs do not end once you have purchased the phone.
Phones have a running cost, generally dictated by the texts and
minutes which have been used.
such, you're best option is to utilise free
Since these don't require you to purchase a phone with alongside
them, all the running costs are usually quite manageable, as you're
just paying for the texts and calls. This is in stark contrast to
contract phones, which factor in the cost of the phone on top of a
be careful about the internet use on smart phones. These phones are
very good at accessing the internet, but how you do so will affect
the costs. Using the mobile signal or 3G, for instance, will come out
on the bill, or be charged as part of your pay as you go service.
utilise your broadband at home, and wireless internet services when
you're out. This gets charged to the internet bill instead. Since
you're internet bill is much more likely to accommodate some extra
data downloads than your phone bill, this will be a smart move,