Here’s a quick look at the cost and benefits of cell phone ownership, using an average household in the UK. 1.
Who owns a cell-phone?
Cell phone owners are most often men and in urban areas where the population is predominantly female.
Cell phones are most commonly owned by women aged 18 to 34, with the majority of the population being over 50.2.
What does ‘cell phone’ mean?
Cell phones can be called any of a range of different mobile devices that allow a user to make calls and send texts.
Some of the most popular types of mobile phones include: phones, smartphones, tablets, laptops and watches.3.
Who uses a cellphone?
Around one-quarter of all UK adults use a cellphones in some form.
The majority of people with a cell device use it for messaging, social media, shopping, browsing and streaming video.4.
How do you get one?
You can buy a cell phones for a small fee from a range on sale at your local hardware store or online.
Alternatively, you can purchase a SIM card from the range.5.
How long do I have to keep my cell phone with me?
Cell-phone subscriptions can be renewed up to 12 months.
A SIM card can be purchased for just £1 per month.6.
How much do they cost?
A 1GB (one gigabyte) phone costs £29.99 ($42.74) while a 2GB (two gigabytes) device costs £69.99.
A 3GB (three gigabytes).
device costs around £100.
There are some devices, including a 6GB, which can cost up to £1,000.7.
What are the restrictions?
Cellphones cannot be used for any purpose other than calling and texting.
There is no roaming, but there is a requirement to turn on Bluetooth (BLE) technology, which means that your phone can only talk to other phones in the same area.8.
Can I get a refund for a cell or sim phone?
No, you cannot.
If you’ve bought a new cell phone for £1.99 or more, you are entitled to a 50% discount on any subsequent purchases.
You will also be entitled to receive a refund on your first year’s contract.9.
Can you sell or give away a cell?
Cell contracts are subject to a minimum purchase price (MAP) of £1 and the duration of the contract.
If the MAP is greater than £1 you cannot sell the phone for a lower price.
However, if the MAP falls below £1 or if you sell the device for more than £2.50 it can be exchanged for another device.10.
Do I need to get a SIM Card to use my phone?
Yes, you do.
If your smartphone is a SIM, you will need a SIM Mastercard to access the internet.
You can also buy a SIM online.
However you cannot use your phone for any other purpose, apart from calling and messaging.11.
Will I have access to the internet?
You will not have access at all to the web.
If there are any restrictions on how you use your mobile phone, it is up to you to check that your internet plan covers them.12.
What should I do if I find a lost or stolen cell phone?
“If you find a phone, we will replace it free of charge.
If this does not work for you, please call the National Lost & Found Helpline on 0845 527 987 or visit the National Crime Agency’s lost and found section of their website.
If you lose your cell phone or SIM, we are there to assist you.
We are here to help you get the right price and service to replace your device.
If your phone has been lost or damaged, please contact the nearest National Lost and Found Helptry on 01273 732 810.
You may also call the Missing Persons Helplist, which is located in the nearest store.