Mobile Phones and Subscriptions

As mobile network technologies continue to evolve, mobile phones are expected to evolve also. Mobile phones, also known as cellphones, use cellular technologies like LTE, UMTS, CDMA2000, HSPA, and GSM etc. to connect us to mobile communications services. For those of us who are more gadget-friendly, mobile phones and subscriptions may be quite straightforward. But for many others, there may be some confusion due to the excessive use of obscure terminologies and technologies by your mobile service provider. For example, you may sometimes wonder what the difference between smartphones and feature phones is? Or maybe you have a phone with an eSIM but you have no idea what to do with it. Or maybe you have a dual SIM phone but you are not even aware. Maybe you are going abroad and confused about the differences between international calling packages vs. roaming. In the posts below, we aim to answer some of these confusing questions to help you with your mobile phones and subscriptions.

What does a SIMO mobile plan mean?

How do cell phones work?

How to buy a 5G phone subscription?

What is a data rollover?

What is tethering and how does it work on your phone?

Why is my mobile data speed so slow?

Mobile phone or cellphone for your UK visit

What is SMS?

What is the difference between prepaid and postpaid?

Data overage and throttling

What is mobile broadband and how does it work?

What is the difference between roaming and international calls?

Difference between data cap and spend cap

What does eSIM mean?

What does the E mean on my phone?

How to find the IMEI number?

Do I need a new phone and a new SIM for 5G?

Simple mobile phones

What are IMEI and IMSI numbers?

What is the difference between smartphones and cellphones?

Why mobile phones are called cell phones?

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