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3 Advantages of Buying an Unlocked Phone

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Buying a new phone can be complicated. Settling on a make and model for your new phone is only half of the process. Once you’ve made your decision, you’ll have to decide whether to purchase a phone that’s tied to a specific carrier or not. Here are three primary advantages of buying an unlocked phone. Let’s take a look at what those are. Value Buying an unlocked phone can save you money in the long run because there is a higher demand for them. When any commodity is in demand, it raises the price of the item. An unlocked phone…

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5 Things to Do After Buying a New iPhone

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For Apple fans, getting a new iPhone is one of the most exciting things to do, aside from the impact it has on your wallet, though luckily you can use Afterpay to pay for the phone. Once you have happily unwrapped all the packaging and unearthed the accessories (and the case of course), there are a few things to do before you can start using your new iPhone. Let’s take a look at what those might be. Back Up Your Old iPhone Apple aficionados will know all about this step. The latest information on your old iPhone needs to be…

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3 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a New Phone Case

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A good phone case can mean the difference between a fractured screen and a simple scratch. When you pair them with the transparent film of screen protector, they become the barrier between your phone and potential disaster, no matter if it’s an iPhone or Samsung. Pre-emptively wrapping your phone in a case is the first thing you should do after unwrapping it from its packaging, even if it’s a budget phone. Here are some guidelines to make sure that you can avoid mistakes when buying a new phone case, so the thing doesn’t shatter when it falls (saves you having…

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5 Things to Do After Buying an Android

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If an Android phone is on your end of year wish list, know in advance that there are a few things you need to do once you’ve taken it out of the box. After getting to know your device by reading through the warranty and unfurling the accessories, it’s time to personalise your phone and set it up for use. Battery and Wi-Fi First, plug in your phone to charge up the battery. The next step is to connect your phone up to the nearest unlimited Wi-Fi source, as you are sure to be looking to download lots of apps…

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