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iPhone 6 64GBiPhone 6 64GB8MP / 4.7" / Apple iOS92/100
63 Plans from $29/mth
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iPhone 6 16GBiPhone 6 16GB8MP / 4.7" / Apple iOS85/100
60 Plans from $29/mth
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iPhone 6 Plus 64GBiPhone 6 Plus 64GB8MP / 5.5" / Apple iOS86/100
64 Plans from $29/mth
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iPhone 5s 16GBiPhone 5s 16GB8MP / 4" / Apple iOS87/100
60 Plans from $29/mth
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iPhone 5s 32GBiPhone 5s 32GB8MP / 4" / Apple iOS87/100
60 Plans from $29/mth
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4Samsung Galaxy Note 416MP / 5.7" / Android86/100
68 Plans from $29/mth
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Samsung Galaxy A3Samsung Galaxy A38MP / 4.5" / Android76/100
51 Plans from $29/mth
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iPhone 6 128GBiPhone 6 128GB8MP / 4.7" / Apple iOS93/100
64 Plans from $29/mth
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iPhone 5c 16GBiPhone 5c 16GB8MP / 4" / Apple iOS79/100
9 Plans from $29/mth
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iPhone 5c 32GBiPhone 5c 32GB8MP / 4" / Apple iOS80/100
9 Plans from $29/mth
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HTC One (M8)HTC One (M8)4MP / 5" / Android90/100
48 Plans from $39/mth
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Samsung Galaxy Note 3Samsung Galaxy Note 313MP / 5.7" / Android84/100
9 Plans from $29/mth
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Huawei Ascend Y550Huawei Ascend Y5505MP / 4.5" / Android 
Prepaid from $179
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Spark R55Spark R552MP / 2.4" / Brew 
20 Plans from $39/mth
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iPhone 5c 8GBiPhone 5c 8GB8MP / 4" / Apple iOS80/100
53 Plans from $29/mth
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HTC One M9HTC One M920MP / 5" / Android80/100
62 Plans from $29/mth
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Samsung Galaxy A5Samsung Galaxy A513MP / 5" / Android79/100
51 Plans from $29/mth
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iPhone 6 Plus 128GBiPhone 6 Plus 128GB8MP / 5.5" / Apple iOS83/100
64 Plans from $29/mth
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Nokia Lumia 930Nokia Lumia 93020MP / 5" / Windows Phone82/100
10 Plans from $39/mth
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Sony Xperia E1Sony Xperia E13MP / 4" / Android57/100
24 Plans from $39/mth
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Nokia Lumia 635Nokia Lumia 6355MP / 4.5" / Windows Phone78/100
52 Plans from $29/mth
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Samsung Galaxy S4 MiniSamsung Galaxy S4 Mini8MP / 4.3" / Android78/100
9 Plans from $29/mth
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iPhone 6 Plus 16GBiPhone 6 Plus 16GB8MP / 5.5" / Apple iOS85/100
63 Plans from $29/mth
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HTC Desire 310HTC Desire 3105MP / 4.5" / Android 
Prepaid from $179
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Vodafone Smart 4 miniVodafone Smart 4 mini3.2MP / 4" / Android68/100
10 Plans from $39/mth
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Skinny V795Skinny V7952MP / 3.5" / Android 
Prepaid from $49
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Skinny V811Skinny V8112MP / 4" / Android 
Prepaid from $79
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BlackBerry ClassicBlackBerry Classic8MP / 3.5" / Blackberry69/100
12 Plans from $39/mth
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Samsung Galaxy VSamsung Galaxy V3.15MP / 4" / Android 
5 Plans from $29/mth
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Google Nexus 6Google Nexus 613MP / 6" / Android82/100
9 Plans from $29/mth
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HTC Desire 510HTC Desire 5105MP / 4.7" / Android63/100
32 Plans from $39/mth
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Sony Xperia Z3Sony Xperia Z320.7MP / 5.2" / Android86/100
35 Plans from $39/mth
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Sony Xperia Z2Sony Xperia Z220.7MP / 5.2" / Android87/100
12 Plans from $39/mth
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Huawei  Ascend Y530Huawei Ascend Y5305MP / 4.5" / Android63/100
14 Plans from $39/mth
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BlackBerry Q5BlackBerry Q55MP / 3.1" / Blackberry 
10 Plans from $39/mth
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Nokia Lumia 530Nokia Lumia 5305MP / 4" / Windows Phone75/100
24 Plans from $39/mth
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Huawei Ascend P7Huawei Ascend P713MP / 5" / Android71/100
9 Plans from $29/mth
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Huawei Ascend Y221Huawei Ascend Y2212MP / 3.5" / Android 
Prepaid from $59
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iPhone 5s 64GBiPhone 5s 64GB8MP / 4" / Apple iOS87/100
No matching plans found
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LG G3 BeatLG G3 Beat8MP / 5" / Android 
9 Plans from $29/mth
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Motorola Moto EMotorola Moto E5MP / 4.3" / Android 
10 Plans from $29/mth
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Nokia Lumia 830Nokia Lumia 83010MP / 5" / Windows Phone77/100
32 Plans from $39/mth
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Sony Xperia E3Sony Xperia E35MP / 4.5" / Android 
12 Plans from $39/mth
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Sony Xperia Z3 CompactSony Xperia Z3 Compact20.7MP / 4.6" / Android90/100
32 Plans from $39/mth

A Guide to Mobile Phone Features

So many features to consider, so little time. Here's some tips and information about each of the key features.

Operating System (Android, iOS, Windows Phone 7)

Finding the OS that will be best for you can sometimes be tricky. You not only have to take in to account what you want to do on your handset, but also how you want to do it and how you want it to appear. A streamlined, aesthetically pleasing user experience can play a huge role in how much a user enjoys their device.

The OS is largely responsible for what a phone can do, how it does it and with how much ease said task can be accomplished. On top of the OS is found the User Interface (UI) which is sometimes dictated by the OS provider (such as with Apple, Windows Phone or BlackBerry) and sometimes by the physical phone’s manufacturer, who probably had little or nothing to do with the development of the OS itself (such as with Android).

The easiest way to find out which is best for you is to ask your friends. See if you can play around with a device or two and get a feel for it. If you’re after a high-end device then make sure you test out one of the newer devices of the OS you’re looking at, as older models can create an incomplete or inaccurate picture of what the current top sellers will provide. You can also head on in to a retailer and play around with a demonstration model. This will, once again, not provide a totally clear image, but will at least give you the impression of what to expect.

We also recommend checking out online reviews, both textual and video. Textual reviews often go in to depth than video reviews due to time constraints. However, video reviews can give a great visual demonstration of the OS and UI in operation. Accessing both the in-depth information as well as the general idea of how the OS works via video should give you a good indication of whether or not you could like a device.

Camera

As the quality of digital cameras on mobile handsets increases so does the likelihood that phone owners will make use of them. Mobile digital camera quality is often measured purely in megapixel (MP) ratings by companies, as it is the easiest way to quickly gauge the effectiveness of said camera. However, it’s important to note that the MP rating of a camera is not the only factor in what creates a good and reliable photographic experience. The actual physical lens of a camera makes a huge difference in picture quality, as does the software guiding how the image is captured and interpreted. The best way to gauge the quality of a phone camera is simple. Go online and see if you can find a review or summary with pictures taken with the device in question and judge for yourself. Remember to look at more than one source, as a professional photographer will likely be able to create more impressive shots than the average user and you don’t want to make your decision based on a few great snapshots that have been carefully taken by a pro.

Screen Size

Screen size is one of the more subjective areas of a device and it can affect your choice in a few ways. Larger screens tend to mean larger devices. This leads to the comfort factor. Is the device comfortable to hold? Will it fit comfortably in your pocket? These are questions that can only be answered by you. Larger screens mean a larger power consumption rate. Most phones with large displays tend to sport bigger batteries to compensate, but it’s always good to read a review or two to make sure that battery life isn’t affected too noticeably.

Brand

Brands can mean different things to different people. In the case of Apple or Blackberry, for instance, it’s a strong indicator of the overall experience that a customer will encounter. Between other large brands like Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola and others that run on similar Operating Systems (OSes) the difference in experience is lessened. It can therefore become more about physical design, reputation or simply which point in the market release cycle we’re at. For instance, Samsung may have the most highly rated phone one month only for HTC to release an even more highly rated device with the same OS the next. Just make sure that when you read any reviews that you check what date the phone was reviewed on and take that in to consideration if you’re looking to compare.

Contract Spend

This one is pretty self-explanatory. How much are you willing to spend per month and for how long a period? Most contracts tend to last around 24 months these days but there are also often 12 month and sometimes even 18 month options to choose from. 12 month contracts are obviously more expensive, especially if there’s a phone included. This is both because the carrier of your choice doesn’t have the security of your unwavering payments for the whole 24 months and because you have to pay off the cost of your included phone in half the time. It’s a good idea to look at the details of the contract, rather than just the monthly spend. One carrier’s $49 plan may offer less or more than the $49 plan of a competitor. Try to ensure that you’re getting the best mix of quality and expenditure to suit your priorities.

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