October 14, 2005, Newsletter Issue #17: Cellphone.Lifetips.com Brings Your Tip of the Week!

Tip of the Week

Most cell phones come with a phone book that can accommodate the numerous friends, family, business contacts, and acquaintances that many people have. The phone book will vary in features. More advanced phone books will allow email address storage for quick reference when sending emails from the cell phone and many mobile phones offer photo customization for each entry (which means that a picture of your significant other once assigned will pop up on the interior or exterior digital display each time that person calls for easy identification).

Cellular phones normally hold around 200-300 contacts but some phones are equipped to hold twice as much which is added convenience for business users. Also, some phones have what is called a SIM card that will allow contacts to be transported from one device to another compatible device rather than needing to input the same contacts over again. That will help to both consolidate and save time.

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