There are so many mobile phone accessories on the market, all designed to make things that little bit easier when it comes to keeping in touch with friends. All varying in price, you might find some a bit more useful than others. We’ve put together this list of fantastic, if not entirely essential, mobile phone accessories so you can make your mobile one of your most kitted out pieces of technology that you own.
This is essential for people who need to keep in touch but happen to live off the beaten track.
All though network providers do cover plenty of the country, there are areas which are a little overlooked. Even those who only live around 10 miles away from the city, perhaps in the countryside, will find that getting a signal can be a real pain at times.
If you are in a position where you have to have your mobile phone perched in the highest point of the house in order to receive a text, a signal booster is a good investment. Some of the more expensive ones offer additional features, but cheaper ones do a good job of boosting your signal and making sure you never miss a call.
Depending on the type of phone you have, you’ll be able to get different case with different functions.
Phone cases are a great way of adding a splash of colour and personality to your phone, and can come in a wide range of designs. You can also get hold of some which are specially designed to withstand a great deal of rough and tumble, and even cases which are water-protective.
To keep in touch on the go, a Bluetooth headset is a must. Whether you want to be able to talk while you’re out on a jog, or you like to be able to answer the phone while you’re stuck in a traffic jam, these hands-free sets are a great addition to your mobile accessories.
With the headset sitting in your ear, you can take calls without needing to touch your phone.
If you’re a bit fed up of the nest of wires brought on by using a plug-in mobile phone charger, a wireless charger is just for you.
Depending on how much you are willing to pay, you can get chargers which can fit a range of your handheld devices. So if you need to charge your phone and tablet at the same time, you’re covered.
Simply place your device on the charging pad, and pick it up when you need to. Easy.
If you are thinking of getting a new phone but don’t think you can afford one and all the accessories, it might be worth looking in to the latest offers from supermarket stores. These days, it’s not all about the big mobile phone company tariffs – you might find that by looking in places, such as Sainsbury’s, Tesco’s and Asda you can grab a great deal on a smartphone and collect some reward points too.