If you're self-employed and use a cell phone to conduct your business, then yes, you need a cell phone. The rest of us, not so much. At least that's how I see it.
But I digress.
I've had my cell phone, hmmm, going on four years. I think. Suffice it to say that it's old by technology standards.
Compared to the new stuff that's out, I have an antique.
Don't judge, it still works, not as well as it once did but I can still make calls and send texts, which is pretty much all I do with my phone.
Husband got a new phone. With all the bells and whistles.
Do I have phone envy? Nooope.
I used his this weekend and it was all too overwhelming for me.
I just need a phone that I can make calls and send and receive texts. I'm not all into checking e-mail, updating Facebook or playing games on my phone. But methinks that most phones nowadays are all about being on the 3G or 4G network, whatever that means.
I'm also in a quandary about service providers.
I've been with ATT for, well, ever since my first cell phone nine years ago. Here's the deal. Living out here, on the outskirts of a speck of a town, reception is dicey sometimes. If I'm in town or a city, I have no problem with picking up a signal...head out on the backroads I live on, that's a different story.
I hear Verizon is everywhere.
So, if you were me, what would you do? What type of phone do you have? Who do you use for your phone service?
I'd 'preciate your help.
Thank you kindly.