Had it with your cell phone? Or are you just ready for something new? Your phone is an integral part of your daily life. Let’s make sure you get the right one for you!
Many times salespeople suggest a particular device. I always recommend a little research, reflection, and conversation before making a purchase.
Usually, two main factors control purchase decisions: price and functional needs. However, my considerations focus on you as an individual. What do you do in your daily life? What is work, what is home, what is fun? Are you tech-friendly or resistant? Many people ask for a recommendation and follow immediately with the statement, “I just want a phone that works. I don’t need anything fancy.” However, until you get a phone that works for you, you like, learn and love, you have no idea how your use of that device will evolve and grow.
My number one recommendation is to NOT buy outdated technology if the budget permits. A one, two, or three-year-old phone may seem like a bargain money-wise, but you lose out from day one in terms of functionality and longevity.
Five steps to make sure your next phone purchase is not one you regret: