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Cell phones are hand-held telephone devices with built-in antennas. They are often called wireless, mobile, or PCS phones. Cell phones are popular with callers, especially those who are frequently on the go, since they can be carried easily from one place to another.

Basically, cell phones are two-way radios. When you talk into a wireless telephone, it picks up your voice and converts the sound to radio frequency energy or radio waves. The radio waves then travel through the air until they reach a receiver at a nearby base station. From here, it is the base station that sends your call through the telephone network until it reaches the person you are calling.

Health Concerns over Cell Phones

The most recent issue about cell phones is their perceived health hazards. As stated earlier, cell phones are radios. However, to be more accurate, cell phones are low-power, single-channel, two-way radio devices. When you talk on your cell phone, you are actually talking to a nearby base station. Cell phone base stations are low-power, multi-channel, two-way radios. Their function is to send your phone call into the regular land-line phone system so you can start talking with the person you are calling.

Now, since cell phones and their base stations are two-way radios, they produce radio-frequency (RF) energy which is what they use for communication. The people who are near them are of course exposed to the RF energy. However, because both the cell phones and the base stations are low power, meaning they only exhibit short range energies, the RF energy exposure levels from them are generally very low.

The scientific community both in the United States and internationally agree that the power from these cell phone base station antennas is far too low to produce health hazards and as long as people keep away from direct access to the antennas, they are safe from any perceived health risks.

Cell Phones Buying and Savings Tips

Cell phones are the in things nowadays and it s hard not to find anyone without it. However, despite cell phones being an absolute must, there s no need for you to pay much for a gadget that you barely even use. So, if you don t use cell phones very often, select a low usage service plan for your mobile. Many areas offer cell phones for as low as $19.99. This allows you the convenience of mobile phones but without making too much of a dent on your wallet.

Another excellent tactic to save on your cell phones is to only get features you need. Call your wireless provider to cancel extra features if you are not using them. This will allow you to save some on your cell phone service plan.

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Camera Cell Phones

To be sure, cell phones are really the hottest new mobile gadgets in the marketplace these days. Never mind what sort of cell phone you have, whether it’s WAP-enabled, Bluetooth, or Infrared-based. Most of the cell phones in the market anyway have all these capabilities and more. Take a little experiment for one.

Try standing on a crowded street corner where people are most likely to gather, waiting for the stop light to change. Persuade someone, some friend you have to call you on your mobile right about there. And you’ll notice that at least about a dozen or so people in the crowd would reach for their pockets or purse to see if their phone was ringing. Had enough proof?

There is no doubt that cell phones have caught on like wildfire in the bushes. However, the popularity of mobile phones is hardly surprising. After all, they do offer constant communications from just about anywhere. But what does amaze some people is the popularity of camera cell phones.

Today’s cell phones can be used to do just about anything. So with just a touch of a button, you can instantly send and receive e-mail, play games, send text messages, surf the Internet, and keep track of appointments. And the best thing about all this is that you can do it even while on the go. But is this why cell phones are practically selling like hotcakes? Marketing analysts will agree. However, they would also say that it is the ability to double as a digital camera that has people excitedly purchasing new phones.

Camera cell phones were first introduced in Japan several years ago. Camera cell phones immediately clicked in the Asian cell phone market. However, it was not until two years ago that camera cell phones were marketed in the US and became available to the masses. At first, they weren’t that popular. But as soon as people began to see the extreme convenience afforded by camera cell phones, the devices became so well liked that some have predicted that they will be the most popular consumer device in history.

Industry analysts say that a huge number of camera cell phones were sold last year. In fact, these camera cell phones comprised 12% of the total cell phones in 2003 and they were steadfast in the belief that that number is growing rapidly. According to research firm IDC, more than 80 million camera cell phones have been sold worldwide.

It may seem to you that a camera cell phone would be no different than having a cell phone and a camera. But if truth be told having a camera in your mobile phone makes for an entirely different experience. It means that you can have cameras with you constantly, that the camera will be always ready to shoot a quick photo, and that the images can be quickly and easily transferred to others.

Calling Plans

When speaking about calling plans, there are three fundamental, interrelated things to consider:
* Carrier coverage
* The phone
* The service or calling plans

Of course, the most important is your carrier’s coverage. This is so because your calling plans won’t do you much good if the phone won’t work where you need it to work. However, the thing with coverage is that it is very subjective. The best solution therefore available for you is to ask friends or colleagues who use the carrier in areas where you are likely to use your cell phone.

The next important thing may be something to debate over. Which is more important – the phone or the calling plan? Often, it is best to choose your calling plan first, then the phone. If you’re wondering why, just think how choosing the wrong calling plan could cost you extra money each month. Then think about the phone and how it is merely a one-time decision. Also, from a more practical viewpoint, most carriers these days, in an effort to entice more costumers offer a full range of free phones for each service or calling plan. Thus, with your calling plan, you can have your pick from the most inexpensive phone to the one with the fullest features. So unless you have your heart set on a specific, hot new phone, go for the plan first.

And this thus brings us to selecting your service or calling plan. There are many things to consider of course but they all boil down to “How and where will you use your phone each month?” When you have the answer to that question, then the decision process over your calling plan would be made a lot easier. If anything, the answer to that question will help you determine if you should pick a local, regional, or national coverage area. It would also tell you whether you should opt for special features such as an off-peak package, first incoming minute free, and/or free long distance.

Calling Plan Guidelines

The easiest way for you to find all the answers to the situations posed above would be to visit an unbiased website that will help you figure out all this. The estimates will be based on your estimated calling patterns and comparing them against the calling plans then for sale in the market. One example of these websites is MyRatePlan.com.

However, if you do not wish to estimate your usage through a third party or simply want to use some general guidelines, just keep these three in mind: calling area, off-peak packages, and contract.