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Buying a mobile phone

Before buying a mobile phone, you should decide what is important to you. Choose your mobile accordingly. Also check how well the mobile phone has performed in tests. Most mobile phones are subsidised by a phone company, which means that your purchase binds you to a service provider and a particular subscription. Below, you will find information about subscription agreements. Shops will often offer you insurance that covers mishaps in which your phone is accidentally broken or damaged. Check what the insurance covers. You may already be covered by other insurance.

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