Which cell phone should I buy?

The chances are high that once you commit to a new phone, you'll hang onto it for a while. Therefore, buy the best device you can afford. Know which phone features you want so you avoid paying too much for features you don't want or need. Think hard about phone comfort and feel and its overall designed since you and it will be spending lots of quality time together. Smartphones typically have the most power, top-notch components, the fastest processors, Wi-Fi, the highest image resolution, and most memory capacity.

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The largest U.S. cell phone service providers as of March 2010 by number of subscribers are (in millions):

1) Verizon Wireless (92.8)

2) AT&T Mobility (87.0)

3) Sprint Nextel (48.1)

4) T-Mobile (33.8)

5) TracFone Wireless (14.5)

6) MetroPCS (6.7)

7) U.S. Cellular (6.2)

8) Cricket / Jump Mobile (5.0)

9) Qwest Wireless (0.850)

10) Cellular South (0.800)

11) Clearwire (0.688)

12) Cincinnati Bell (0.5331)

13) nTelos / Frawg (0.4383)

14) Pocket (0.300)

15) SouthernLINC (0.275)

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According to July 2011 Pew Internet Project report, more Americans own Smartphones than hold a bachelor’s degree or speak another language in their homes. Wealthy, well-educated and young respondents all had high levels of smartphone ownership.


In the telephone survey, 83% of respondents said that they owned a cellphone of some kind and 35% of the 2,277 U.S. adults questioned in English or Spanish said that they owned a smartphone. Amost 9 in 10 smartphone owners (87%) used their phones to surf the Internet. Almost one-third of smartphone owners use their device as their primary Internet connection.

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