But besides the 'habitual' factor what would one think are the attributes that need to be considered at the time of making a purchase.
Some of the pointers are listed below: • Define the underlying utility for which you want to make the purchase, besides the communication factor.
Is it because of mobile internet capacity for which you are buying the latest mobile? Or is it the music player, or the much renowned camera that would help you to be mobile and at the same time take pictures and make videos of interesting things in your life, without the bulk associated with carrying an extra appendage of digital camera? Shortlist your requirements and then purchase the phone in accordance to the needs that you have • After you have underlined your requirements; decide on the amount of money that you would want to spend on the purchase of a mobile phone.
There are endless range of phones that are available in all sections, you should therefore have a clear idea about the amount of money you want to invest for the same.
If one forgets about the functionalities then depending on individual personalities some people who are too much into vanity want to buy a high end and expensive phone, whereas on the other hand there are some who basically just want the function to be performed irrespective of the brand and expense of the phone.
If they like a particular feature of a phone, they might not be even brand conscious and may just buy the cheapest phone as such, so you have to decide what category you fall into! Keeping in mind couple of these factors would always ensure that you get the best phone that you are looking for.
It has to be considered that you should not invest in more than what you want in a phone, as this would not only cost you extra money but you would also have to spend more money on maintenance of an expensive mobile as well.