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Looking for a new phone is like holiday shopping. Messy, briskly, with the checklist in your hand and money on your mind! There is so much talk about smartphones, what’s new, what’s better, what’s next and what to choose. Let’s face it, everybody is trying to sell them, preferably as part of a relatively expensive two-year contract (not the case with Tello, but I’m sure most will relate).

Since it’s cleary iPhone season, pumpkin spice & everything, all the recent buzz surrounding new releases has got everybody thinking about a new phone. We are not even going to say that the season of giving – shopping – is just around the corner and not even kids are satisfied by stockings for Xmas unless Ironman wore them before. Let’s face it, we all want a new gadget!

Buying a new phone, especially a flagship one, is definitely an investment and for almost everybody, that price tag is scary! Yet, there is always another way: get a refurbished phone!

There is nothing spooky about refurbished cell phones – especially if you think about the undeniable assets they can bring to the table & your budget since they are considerably cheaper than their new versions. So when it comes to saving money or getting more for what to pay, this is the way to go.  If you can find one that meets your specifications and works with the carrier of your choice or get one that is unlocked, you have all you need at a bargain price.

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  1. Over the last couple decades I’ve seen many electronics stores, but Technics is one of the best indeed. When I need just a few parts for a prototype or lots of parts for a production run, Technics is the place I go. Whether it’s discretes, ICs, or just mechanical hardware, Technics has what I need. The friendly staff knows their products and is always easy to work with, and Technics’s prices are competitive and nearly always the lowest.

    1. Technics is a great place to find the components a basic electronics lab needs to keep running. We have used Technics over the past couple of years for lab and prototype electronics.

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