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Which cell phone is best for me?

Choosing a cell phone that fits your needs and suits your personality can be important. Not all phones are created equal. Phones are usually classified as being a Windows phone, an iPhone, an Android phone or a Blackberry. Each type has its own unique operating system which determines what the phone is capable of. For example, Android phones are able to access the Android marketplace to get apps. It may not be possible to get the same apps from the Blackberry store on a Blackberry device.

Things to consider in choosing which cell phone is best for you is to know how you are going to use the phone. For example, Blackberries and

Windows phones are excellent for running and managing a business while iPhones and Android phones are useful for entertainment purposes. Android phones and Blackberries have a bit of a learning curve compared to Windows phones and iPhones. Each phone also has different amounts of customization options and are available in a variety of different handsets. Android phones are the most affordable, followed by Windows phones. Blackberries are more expensive but iPhones are the most expensive phone you can get.

Most cell phones can be purchased at a reduced price when purchased with a cell phone plan, and there are many plans to choose from with various carriers. You can even find specialty plans to suit just about every need, from plans geared toward children and teens to senior cell phone plans. For those who don't want to be tied down with a contract, many carriers are now offering no contract phones and plans, as well, leaving you free to choose another plan or carrier any time you want, without penalty. 

Not sure which phone is right for you? Answer the questions below to find out!

Do you want a phone that is beginner friendly?
Do you consider yourself a power user?
How important are apps to you?
Do you need a phone that will understand your voice commands?
How important are widgets to you?
How important is it to be able to customize the features on your phone?
Do you need Adobe Flash to be part of your web browsing experience?
How important are camera phones to you?
Do you intend to use your phone to play music frequently?
Will you be using your phone to listen to podcasts frequently?
Will you be using your phone to play games frequently?
How much are you willing to spend on a new phone?
How important is variety in handset models?
Do you need your phone to provide additional storage options like expandable memory?
Will you be using your phone for navigational purposes, such as looking at maps?
Is it important to you to be able to sync and perform backups on your phone easily?
Is it important to you that the operating system gets updated easily?
Will you be using your phone to read and write emails frequently?
Do you need a keyboard that can make your texting and messaging more efficient?
How important is it to you that your phone is excellent at texting and messaging?
Will you be using your phone for social media purposes frequently?
Will you be using your phone for video calls frequently?
Do you require notifications that are easy to use?
Will you be using your phone to edit documents frequently?
Will you be using your phone to take notes frequently?
Will you be using your phone's calendar?
Which of these is most important to you when shopping for a phone?