Sunday, December 9, 2012 9:30:50 PM America/Chicago
Verizon Phones at MobileCellMart.com
Cell phone technology has come along way, but let's face it, most mobile phones are delicate creatures. Drop them on the sidewalk, or in the toilet, and you may be out hundreds of dollars for a new one. Consider a used cell phone the next time your face plate cracks, and if it happens to you a lot you may want to think about getting a tough, durable phone like the Motorola Barrage V860.
Verizon Phones at MobileCellMart.com
A favorite of construction workers and other folks with outdoor jobs, the Barrage is lightweight at 4.2 ounces. Nearly all black, it has masculine features like industrial looking textured accents. The color external screen measures 1.6 inch, 128-by-128,while the main screen is 2.2 inch, 176-by-220 pixels.You can dial the keypad by feel and there are volume and media control buttons on the side of the phone.
Not only is the Barrage likely to survive a fall to the floor, but also a drop in the toilet. The phone back seals near-perfectly shut, making it very water resistant. But how good does it sound? You should have no problem hearing callers, as the phone has an external noise rejecting function, and the speakerphone is clear, if a little soft. And an overnight charge should get you through the business day, since the battery life is 7 hours and 27 minutes.
With the standard Verizon Wireless UI, the Barrage includes a Bing search app, a world clock and a stopwatch. You can access Yahoo, Gmail,Windows Live, AOL, AIM, and Verizon.net accounts on the Barrage, including Instant Messaging. It has a small 2.5mm headphone jack, and plays MP3, AAC, WMA, and WAV music.
The camera is adequate, but lacks a flash.In good light the 2 megapixel camera takes pretty sharp pictures, in poor light they start to look grainy. Video records at two speeds, 320-by-240 and 176-by-144, and looks a little choppy.
Overall the Barrage, especially a used/refurbished model, is a good choice for people who tend to abuse their cell phones, and who don't need all the "Smartphone" bells and whistles. Check out the ones available right now at Verizon Phones at MobileCellMart.com
Thursday, June 28, 2012 10:07:22 AM America/Chicago
Activating your Verizon phone from MobileCellMart.Com is very easy. You can do it in person at a Verizon store, on the phone, or even on line. The most important piece of information you need is your phone's serial number. Remove the battery. On the sticker under the battery you will see the identification number. Older phones use an electronic serial number, or ESN, while newer phone have a Mobile device identifier, or MEID.
Your Verizon Wireless Representative will then verify the phones make and model and verify whether or not the phone was reported lost or stolen and whether there's a previous balance on it. If the phone was reported lost or stolen, the representative has to speak with the person who reported it lost or stolen before you can proceed with the activation process. All of MobileCellMart.Com's phones are guaranteed to be free of these problems.
Then you simply choose the phone plan you want and pay any appropriate fees. You can use your phone immediately , and If you are a current Verizon Wireless customer, you may be able to use the SIM card from your active phone and transfer it to the used Verizon cell phone.
Activating your used Verizon Phone online is just as easy, if not easier. Log in to your account at the Verizon Wireless website. Register a new account if you haven't already set one up. Read the information on the page, then click "Next." Click "Install Backup Assistant" if you'd like help transferring contacts and other files from your old phone, or click "Next" if you don't want to run the "Backup Assistant."
Turn off your old phone. Locate the Electronic Serial Number (ESN) or the Mobile Equipment Identifier (MEID) under the battery of your new cell phone. Enter it into the box, and click "Continue." Confirm the order and location numbers from the receipt or paperwork that came with your new phone. Click "Confirm." Enter your Social Security number and read the terms and conditions. Click the box next to "I Agree..." Click "Submit."
Wait 10 to 15 minutes for the form to submit electronically, then dial "*228" on your phone. Press "3" to confirm your activation. Your new cell phone is now activated on your existing Verizon Wireless account.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012 7:24:50 AM America/Chicago
Flip Cell Phones are one of the most popular stlyes of all time. The main advantages of flip phones are their compact size and built in carrying case. When closed, flip phones protect the screen and keyboard. In addtion to basic phone calling, flip cell phones may offer text messaging, music players, web surfing, and much more.
MobileCellMart.com offers one of the largest selections of Flip Cell Phones at very attractive prices. This phones will not require extending your contract, and most do not require data plans. Your cell phone carrier will be happy to help you activate your phone purchased ffrom MobileCellMart.com
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Thursday, May 24, 2012 11:28:27 PM America/Chicago