When we talk about cheap cell phones, we could be introducing ourselves to the idea of buying used cell phones. Yes, they come cheap and are still in fair working condition. They might show signs of wear and tear but are fully functional. However, cheap cell phones are not much in demand because people think cheap phones do not come with good quality. But that is not true, a Motorola Droid 2 with Bluetooth, WiFi, and GPS features is available at a price which is just a fraction of what you would expect to pay. Many Blackberry devices could match up to your expectations as well.
These cheap cell phones can be activated without a new service plan. If you operate a GSM or IDEN carrier, transferring the service into your new phone shall only require placing the SIM card from the old phone into the new phone. In case of a CDMA carrier, your service provider needs to be contacted by giving them the electronic serial number of your new phone. It shall be mentioned in the activation guide which comes along with the phone. That number shall then be entered by your provider into their system so that your new phone now collaborates with the service. A SIM card is convenient, but you can get your cheap cell phone activated as well without much hassle.
The cell phone carriers with cheap cell phones include AT&T Wireless, Boost Mobile, Cingular, MetroPCS, and Nextel.
Cell phone specials talk about used cell phones that come cheap which include: Blackberry, Nokia, Hitachi, HTC, Kyocera, LG, and Motorola. Unlike new phones, these phones are not being sold in bulk. It comes cheap, but only a few or a particular collection of models are available. If you’re lucky, then you may get a used phone that not only is fully functional but also doesn’t show any signs of wear and tear as well.
So, if you like a particular model, you should grab the deal and make the most of it!