Saturday, 22 March 2014

Melbourne Telstra Shop Offers Tips for the First Time Smartphone Buyer

In less than a decade, the smartphone has gone from being a “nice-to-have” gadget to an absolute necessity—one that allows people to do everything from browsing the Internet, to paying their bills, and even playing complex 3D games. These statistics from business consulting firm Frost & Sullivan serve as further proof of the Aussies’ love affair with this handy mobile device.

You should have an idea of what your phone usage will be like before walking into a Telstra store in Melbourne like Telco World. If you’re more of a talk and text type who’ll browse the Internet only occasionally, you don’t need a particularly big data plan. If you think you’ll be online a lot, go for a bigger data plan to avoid overage charges.

Thursday, 20 March 2014

Best of Both Worlds—Landline and Mobile Phones from Telstra Melbourne

Are you one of the many consumers thinking of abandoning your landline for a mobile device? Doing so will allow you to gain certain advantages. For instance, dealers of Telstra in Melbourne offer many different combinations of SMS, talk, and browsing to suit your needs and budget, features which you won’t likely find in basic landline services. However, going fully mobile may also allow you to lose some of the benefits of having a landline as well.

When deciding between a landline and mobile phone, you need to first evaluate your typical phone usage. Mobile phone plans typically have a limited number of minutes for calls, while most landline plans come with unlimited call minutes and cost much lower. Also, depending on where you live, you might not have a good enough call reception in your home, which can leave you susceptible to poor call quality and dropped calls.

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Troubleshooting Melbourne Samsung Phones: Dealing with Buggy Apps

Melbourne Samsung smartphones are oftentimes the go-to option for people on the go, but what many neglect to consider though, is the fact that their phones could sometimes be overloaded with junk, so much so that they end up with a slow processor and buggy apps. Thankfully when this happens to you, there are a few steps that you can do to troubleshoot your mobile phone and get it back to working order.

Monday, 17 March 2014

Mobile Phone Repairs in Melbourne: Fixing Even the Toughest Phones

Mobile phones are some of the most fragile devices around, which is why phone manufacturers come up with various ways to make them last longer. While some companies offer free repairs or replacements for their damaged products, HTC takes a different approach by introducing a better, more durable HTC One model to be released on March 25.

While a metal casing can significantly improve a mobile phone’s robustness, some things like excess heat or water damage are simply beyond the capabilities of today’s protective systems for handheld devices. Thus, a more durable HTC One hitting the Australian market doesn’t necessarily mean that providers of reliable mobile phone repairs in Melbourne, like TelcoWorld Corp, would be needed less. In fact, some strategies for improving mobile phone durability may bring with them a whole different breed of issues and threats.

Friday, 14 March 2014

The iPhone 4s’ Fragile Screen and iPhone Screen Repair in Melbourne

Just one day after its launching in 2008, iPhone 4 sales were estimated at a staggering 1.5 million, making it one of Apple’s bestselling products. Up to this day, many gadget-lovers still opt for the iPhone 4, particularly the iPhone 4s, due to its plethora of features. Unfortunately, well-known warranty provider SquareTrade Marketing claimed in Mark Milian’s article for that iPhone 4 devices are more fragile than the previous models, considering the iPhone 4 screen’s wider surface area.

The fragility of the iPhone 4s is blamed mostly on its dual-sided glass, the larger surface area, and the external antenna. All these factors contribute not only to the vulnerability of the glass surface to breaking, but also to the likelihood of dropping the phone. Fortunately, if you are an iPhone 4 user living in Melbourne and your device’s screen was scratched or damaged, you can get an iPhone 4 screen replacement in Melbourne from such service companies as Telco World.

Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Fragile Devices: Trust Only the Experts in Melbourne iPhone Repairs

iPhone owners beware: the insurance firm SquareTrade Europe has found that the iPhone, as well as a number of Apple products, is one of the Top 10 most fragile mobile devices available today. The firm tested a number of products for weight, water resistance, and their so-called “grip-ability”. According to a report in The Telegraph, several Samsung and Google products also fared terribly in these tests, but Apple devices didn’t do any better.

Australians should take note because a study carried out by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) last year revealed that at least 8.5 million people in the country own some of these devices, and this figure is steadily growing. The aforementioned facts show that the services of experts in iPhone repairs in Melbourne, like the people behind TelcoWorld, are very important for many consumers all around the country.