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The Never Ending Verizon vs. Singular War - Articles Surfing
When shopping for a new cell phone it can be difficult to discern the real value between the two giants of cell phone service. Verizon and Singular both proclaim to have unsurpassed service, quality pricing plans, and unbeatable rates. Most cell phone service searches on the internet pull up plenty of advertising with very little solid information and dependable reviews, thus researching these two companies can be little more effective than providing a headache.
When considering the two giants of cell phone service, one of the most basic issues to address is the service provided in your living room. Many people, especially the younger generations use cell phone service instead of a land line service. While both companies claim to provide better service than the leading competitor, having no cell phone service in the living room complicates things beyond reason. Whether or not a cell phone service won't drop your call becomes inconsequential if the cell phone won't even ring inside your home.
One of the easiest ways to determine whether or not each cell phone service provides adequate reception inside your home is to just borrow a friend's cell phone and use it inside your home. Note the cell phone service and if possible try it in various weather conditions. The quality of cell phone service you are receiving may very well settle the cell phone wars for you.
Some plans are better with Singular and others are better with Verizon. It is truly dependant upon how many phone lines you anticipate ending up with and how long and hard the cell phone is going to be used. Rollover, offered by Singular, is an excellent plan especially for a couple without children with cell phones. Month after month the leftover minutes really add up, and there is no limit to how many you can carry.
Despite the competitive pricing plans the cell phone wars have produced with the two giant companies, looking into one of the smaller cell phone companies can be very beneficial for the right circumstance. Verizon and Singular both tend to cater to families of three or more that require individual cell phones for each family member.
Deciding on a cell phone service is a commitment, and making a one or two year commitment with a company that you are dissatisfied with is not a wise decision. You will be stuck with the service even if you are not happy with it. Ask questions. A lot of questions. Ask the cell phone service providers, ask your family and ask your friends. A few real life opinions can go a long way in discerning the cell phone service that works best for your individual situation.
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