Your smartphone is an indispensable business tool. It lets you stay in contact with employees, colleagues and collaborators. It helps you plan your workday and schedule meetings, and it enables you to stay productive all day long, even when you’re away from the office. That’s why it’s important to pick a good phone — but to do that, you’ll have to navigate through a minefield of mediocre devices, as well as stay up-to-date on all the new devices hitting the market.
Whether you want the biggest screen, the longest battery life or simply the best selection of productivity apps, there’s a solid smartphone for you. Read on for a list of the best business phones money can buy.
That trend is evident in the home of 40-year-old Scott Boedy, a neighborhood service representative for a cable company.
Mr. Boedy said he and his wife now pay $200 a month for cellphone service, up by about $50 from early last year, even as they have managed to cut spending on groceries by shopping at discount chain Aldi and on “fun stuff” by going out to dinner and movies less often.
Looking over the family budget on Sunday night, Mr. Boedy said, his wife marveled at how much of it was going to the phone company.
“It stinks,” Mr. Boedy said. “I guess it’s the cost of modern-day America now.”
No Scott, it isn’t. It’s the consequence of your choices. But as long as one has the ability to do what every other borderline insolvent entity in the world does, namely to “charge it”, sweep it under the rug.
As expected, the #PTABannedList has made its way all over Pakistan, & kids are swearing more elaborately & frequently than ever. Well done.”
BERLIN, Germany — It’s a scene from an as-yet-unmade thriller – across a country, tens of thousands of cell phones all blink white at the same, and turn themselves off. Calls are lost, phones are rendered useless, and the affected mobile operator is forced to pay a ransom or lose customers.