Choosing Mobile Phones

By: Amanda Dorothy

Communication is probably the most effective medium of expressing freedom of self. Let it be the numbers of thousand written pages accounting for the most popular means of expressing ideas, or the ones in the form of short messages of SMS and e-mails; like every new innovation that thrive with the courage of human beings to think different, every advancements seeks for human courage to think different and express. With the amazing speed of telecommunication connectivity, today we exercise the possibility of lightning fast communication. We enjoy the opportunity to express our ideas faster than any of out earlier modes of information dispersal. So, now once its finally understood that we are more in control of exercising our freedom of communication, at least in terms of expressing ideas, why shouldn't we follow the same freedom in deliberating the cost that incurs via the effort of making an expression? In the conundrum of mobility, where every talk minute is counted in terms of monetary unit, why shouldn't we pay for what we talk?

Thankfully enough, mobile network service providers in collaboration with mobile manufacturers and retailers, have come up with an innovative, cost-effective, and needless to say, hassle-free mobile phone deal by the name of pay-as-go-mobile phone deal.

This pay-as-you-go or simply PAYG deal is more of maximising the mobile usage. Since a pay-as-you mobile phone does not come with any hassles of monthly payment or any contract signing, for a owner, it remains as a tension-free medium of communication. A pay-as-you-go mobile phone is a perfect tool of communication for ones under the age of 18 and doesn't have any bank account. Add to all reasons and utilities, a pay-as-you-go mobile phone also comes handy for parents requiring to check the mobile habits of their wards.

Now when such a option full offer is present, who would willingly like to get bound in the shackles of contract signing? With pay as you go mobile phones, now mobility is exact reflection of freedom of communication.. and expression too.

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