How to Choose the Right Technology in Touch with the Home
This is the third and final article about the move to New York and choose the best way of staying in touch with friends and family back home.
During the first two articles, I focused on the plain old telephone service and VoIP, and explained the features and benefits of options, as well as some of these service providers and the cost of the ideas in New York. This article will cover mobile phones as well as how to stay informed about current events in the house when you live in New York.
Today, many New York City to choose to spend your home phone and just have a cell phone. Because WiFi is almost everywhere, you can take your laptop and peruse the internet cafe, so it's attention to the need for internet connection at home cuts. Enter your cell phone, of course, allows you to be available almost everywhere. (Location, literally, as the inside of the building into the street or thousands of people who associate the mobile phone network in one place, all influence whether you will get calls concert.)
Major mobile phone service providers in New York, AT & T, Sprint and Verizon, although there are many smaller companies as well. If you are willing to pay hundreds of dollars for an unlocked cell phone, you will have to commit to at least one year contract with the selected provider. Each of them has a different rate plans, benefits are usually internal calling, and the rate plan changes about once a year. On average, expect to pay $ 50 - $ 100 per month on your cell phone depending on what features article you have and whether you want the data plan), and add to that with the international dialing plan fee - usually about $ 5 a month, which make international calls at cheaper rates than if you do not get an international rate plan. Some service providers also offer "pay as you go" option, which could be useful if you want to reduce your monthly payment.
Potential loss of a cell phone as the main means stay in touch with people in the house:
* The limited battery life, which could reduce your talk time
* You pay for incoming calls on your cell phone, as well as those you make
* Often it is not as cost effective or a land line or VoIP service
Finally, when you move to New York, you may want to know about the news back home. Major TV stations in New York will only apply to local and domestic news, and events for major international stories. Better coverage of a smaller, more local news, you'll want to know as well as CNN NYCLife, which even offers news segments directly from other countries, other languages ??- mainly French and Italian news. Foreign language newspapers are readily available. Spanish newspapers, almost all newsstands, and there are many international media shops around the city, where you can find just about any newspaper you are looking for.
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