There is no doubt that the scariest things that can happen to you is loosing your phone. The greatest risk is for someone to find it and scavenge through it to find personal information and use it to steal from you or compromise your privacy. Here are some very detailed instructions of how you can secure your smartphone. As always, we try to bring you the most up to date information to help you have a better experience with your phone. So, keep it here, subscribe both to this website and my YouTube channel: CellPhonius. You can also follow me on Twitter @maestroalvarez.
This is a very helpful video that pretty much sums up what you should do to protect your phone from the TWIT network. I am a huge fan of theirs. Enjoy and share with those you love.
And here's how to protect your tech gadgets safe physically:
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Chances are you don't like being ripped off. You want a fair price for your products and services. How about a paying $6.55 for a 3-pack of Paper Mate erasers (Currently selling at Walmart for $1.48)? You would not buy them for $6.55, would you? Let's make this a little more interesting so that you can see the impact. Suppose I want to sell you a $10,000 car for $44,286? Would you think that's a bargain? Well, that is pretty much how my cell phone bill compares to another major carrier's for the same service.
Do you want to know if your cell phone carrier is over-charging you for wireless service? Here's some help that the Wall Street Journal put out. A very easy-to-use savings calculator which will help you determine whether you will sign the two-year contract with your current carrier (assuming you have a contract).
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