Used phones for sale
Last Thursday was a nightmare. Not only did I miss my alarm and consequently have to go to work without my morning bowl of ‘Shreddieflakes’ (a lovely combination of Shreddies and Cornflakes). I also lost my phone in a freak accident. Well, I say a freak accident, I some how managed to drop it in my cup of tea, thus rendering it ruined.
Now there are lots of fancy phones out there that do more than just the regular phoning and texting. I mean soon you will be able to travel through time at the flick of a button or your phone will be able to prepare you a three course dinner whilst you chill out in front of a good puzzle.
Now all of these fancy phones cost quite a lot of money, however if you want a good cheap phone why not look and see if there are any used phones for sale? Online you can pick up a decent phone for cheap, so all you have to do is have a browse and choose your favourite.
Some people choose to buy an old used phone and have it as backup. They call it up to the front line only when it is needed. Older phones can be more reliable in times of importance and they will almost always serve you well.
Festivals, for example, are a nightmare for phones because you sometimes have to go 5 days without charging your mobile and then you are out of reach when it gives up the ghost. Now older phones, cheaper phones, have less technology in them and their batteries can last for a long period of time without dying. Also, if you are going somewhere that puts your phone at risk of getting lost or damaged then why not bring out your trusty reserve?
Life was easier when I had an older used phone. Once, a couple of years back, I was at the local park feeding the ducks in the pond. I was having a lovely time, the sun was shining, I was whistling away and the ducks were appreciative of my bready treats. When in an act of madness I put my hand in my pocket to fetch the last of the breadcrumbs and threw my phone into the pond. ‘Oh no!’ I hear you cry, well read on my friend…
Now I will add that my phone was an old brick of a phone that was worth very little money. But a phone is a phone, so I rolled up my tracksuit bottoms, took off my brogues, waded into the pond and scooped it out. And, to my surprise the bloomin’ thing worked. If it had been a fancy-touch screen it would have been knackered.
So what I am trying to say (and I hope I am being successful in getting the message across) is that old used phones are reliable and do the job. They aren’t show offs like the Androids and iPhones; they don’t gloat and boast. They just get the job done.
So next time you look to buy a phone, get online and search for ‘used phones for sale’.