Most technology becomes cheaper over time. It is less expensive to buy a big screen TV or computer now than it ever has been. But one device seems to only go up in price – the smartphone. A new iPhone or other top brand can cost a thousand dollars or more. While many people are willing to pay to have the latest and greatest phone, there are not as many new bells and whistles with each new model. If you are happy with your current phone, save money by maintaining instead of investing in a new phone.
The simplest and cheapest way to make your phone last is with quality protective gear. A good screen protector and durable case can protect your phone from damage when it is dropped or put under pressure.
Replace the Battery
If your phone begins to lack in charging power, it is most likely a worn out battery. Invest in replacing your battery after a few years instead of buying a new phone.
Repair Your Phone
Even if your port needs replacement or the screen is cracked, you can still keep your phone. Bring it in for a repair at a quality cell phone repair shop. Most repairs cost a fraction of the cost of a new phone and can extend the life of your phone for another year or more.
Replacing your cell phone is not only expensive, it is a pain. Transferring your contacts, apps and media can be difficult and it can take weeks to get all your settings the way you prefer. Instead of buying a new cell phone at the end of two years, consider maintaining your existing phone and getting another few years from your phone.
Posted on behalf of Cellairis
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