Until there is a universally accepted standard for cell phone chargers, the fact of the matter is that unless you plan to carry your cell phone charging power cord around with you, you likely won’t be able to charge your phone away from home – easily at least.
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So you’ve figured out how to protect and store your phone, what happens if your phone gets lost or misplaced?
First, consider adding an ICE (In Case of Emergency) number in your telephone address book. Continue Reading »
Face it, despite the best of intentions, adults and children alike might expect something to go wrong with their cell phones – from dropped calls to dropped phones, dead cell phone batteries or lost devices.
By creating “good habits” for cell phone maintenance up front, you may help to decrease the likelihood of unnecessary frustration and the chances of an unusable or unreliable cell phone. Continue Reading »