Date: 2017-05-30 11:32 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] just_ann_now
I have had both an iPhone and an Android, and I prefer the iPhone - I didn't feel I got great battery life out of the Android. I use a Mac at home, too.

Think about how you are going to use your phone. Many, many stores/restaurants/libraries/etc have free wireless, so once you hook on to their systems, you won't need to use data from your own plan. And (I don't think) texting counts against your data plan, either. If you text a lot, you might want a plan with unlimited texting. And think about giving up your landline, if a package without it will save you more money.

Will you be storing music, photos, etc? on your phone? Then you want a good bit of internal storage (like a portable hard drive.) One thing we discovered in buying phones: young people are the ones selling them, and they use their phones differently from older people, LOL. My most recent salesperson was horrified at the small amount of data storage I selected, but I download my photos to my desktop computer, and only carry on my phone the music playlists I used for exercising, not all my music. And I think the newest iPhone might not have a headphone jack? So if that is important to you, be sure to check!

You are very lucky to not have Comcast in your life. *grin*
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