Whatever your needs, be it personal or business-related, the perfect phone and plan from an honest and right service provider can make a huge difference to your life. Whether you're on a plan or on pre-paid, you need a decent service provider.
When you pick your service provider, never forget to read the fine print on the contract terms. They usually have sub charges, tax and even penalties if you switch servers before the contract expire. Choose a cell phone provider who offers excellent customer service and an extensive selection of features. Furthermore, choose a genuine and reputable provider who doesn't hide charges and costs.
Ask family, friends and colleagues what server they use and if they are satisfied with the coverage and plan offered. Most companies offer trial periods so you can determine if the service and coverage is suitable and satisfying for you.
The most vital aspect of good cell service is coverage. Bad signals indicate incomplete phone calls that just aggravate callers and goes completely against the point of even owning a cell. Having a signal is the most obvious and important component and just because you own a cell doesn't necessarily mean you are able to make a call. Make sure your server has towers in your given area.
What you need to evaluate:
Coverage area - Ensure your service provider offers extensive coverage area. It should be guaranteed that in urban areas, coverage should be excellent. The worst thing is dealing with cut off calls, no signal at all, coverage in certain area and poor quality sound. Coverage varies from region to region and your service provider may deem it roaming or have no coverage at all in that area. In this case, ask your provider what areas they cover.
Feature set - The service provider should boast extensive options from text messaging, call waiting, call forwarding, Bluetooth, etc.
Support - Your service provider should do its outmost to support you and fulfill your needs. This includes online, phone, email and live chat support.
Minutes - The service provider should offer a variety of plans with a decent minute-to-money ratio and offer reasonable plans and features.
Comparisons - Start comparing companies. Is there a good turnover rate and is customer satisfaction evident? Read reviews in magazines and websites. Also, don't choose your service provider based purely on price. Look at the other features within the deal as it will help narrow down your choice.
Cell phone - Look at the phone itself. Does it feature touch screen technology, multimedia texting, music, texting, games, Bluetooth, speakerphone, internet, etc? Do you actually need any of that and is the extra cost worth it?