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Why Buy a Used Cell Phone?
Used cell phones are a great way to go. There are now so many great used cell phones offered for sale, that it is a real buyer's market. Check out these listings to the right. They are the up-to-the-minute top used cell phone listings direct from ebay. The prices are incredibly low.
These days, people get on a new cell phone plan, or they switch carriers, and they get a new phone or phones along with the plan. What do they do with their old used cell phones? Many people want to get some cash, so they offer them for sale on ebay.
Many of the used cell phones you see for sale are in perfect condition. Unlike yours truly, some people take impeccable care of their cell phones. I know my wife does - it lives in her purse - her cell phone will never get dropped. I think cargo pants are the biggest nemesis of cell phones. Like a lot of guys, I keep mine in the lower pocket. Unfortunately, some of those pockets aren't so great and the phone slips out when I open the car door to get out.
Anyway, enjoy the great deals on used cell phones. All links will open up a window in ebay, where you can search by whatever parameters you want.
7 things your cell phone can do that I'll bet you didn't know it could!
(courtesy of FoxNews.com)
• 1-888-FRUCALL: If you're in a store and you want to know if you're getting a good deal, call this number and enter the product bar code. For free, it'll tell you what you're looking at and what online merchants are selling it for.
• 112: Emergency dialing, even if your phone is out of service range or the keypad is locked.
• 1-866-411-SONG: If you're listening to the radio and a song comes on that you can't ID, call this number and hold your cell phone up to the radio. The company will send you a text message with the band and song name. It's free at first, but then you get charged.
• GOOGL: Send a text message to GOOGL (46645) with a search query, like "Chinese restaurants, Times Square" or "Weather 11215" or "Define existential" and you'll get a free text message right back from the search company.
• 1-800-555-TELL: Much like the Google service, except it's with voice not text. Call the number and you'll be walked through menus from which you can access sports scores, business listings, stock quotes and more.
• Popularity Dialer: popularitydialer.com. This is more for kicks. Let's say you've got a meeting coming up that you know you'll want to be distracted from or a date you know you'll want to break off early. You can schedule this service to call you at a pre-planned time. A male or female voice (your choice) will come on the time and start talking, like it's a real friend or a real interruption.
• 1-800-FREE-411: Free directory assistance. You have to listen to an advertisement, but at least you don't have to pay $1 or $1.50 for every call.