Why do people keep changing cell phones?
from one model/make to other and so on
They run,and try to hide,they think no one can see.So they have to go from phone to phone in order to get away,
I have no Idea. I changed my phone only three times in twelve years, what makes in average 4 years with one phone.
Well, every 18-24 months, I have to renew my phone contract, and in the process I get a new phone of my choice. I usually take the most expensive, and have to pay a bit on top.
Anyway, I've only ever used Nokia - I think they're the best looking.
Some people just like to keep up with the most popular phones.
i'll blame the company that keeps producing new and better phones than the ones they made before. when a new phone is introduced and it can perform more functions than the one once had, people will want to get rid of the once they had and buy the new one.
Because no satisfaction is a nature of man and most of the people are envious they fret if somebody has a new one then want also have so they keep on changing cellphone just to follow the flow of the trend.
With the advent of most latest cell phones with better qualities than earlier ones most people get attracted and so thay change their cell phones...
Not only are they running and hiding from someone they aren't paying their phone bills and they continue to get different phones.
Yes, I too have the habit and it's just to update ourselves to the new phone technology.I am very much crazy about the new mobile models.To compensate in the phone expense I try to buy locked phones.This is comparatively cheaper than the unlocked phones.I would stay with the network and incase I need to travel outside the country I get it unlocked and switch to the local sim of the country that I visit.I always prefer http://www.superunlockcodes.com/support … s/rs12wp7/ to get my phones unlocked since they have the service for various mobile models.In this way I satisfy my desire in an economic way.
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