There are steps you can take now to minimize the fallout if your smartphone gets nicked. But many say technology that would render phones completely useless if they're taken is still needed.
Phone costs are ticking higher, even as competition increases among carriers.
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Tired of spending a ton of cash on your cellphone bill each month? There are several plans that let you get highly discounted service.
Boomers are embracing social media and smartphones, and some are making the same mistakes kids do, putting their identity -- and dignity -- at risk.
Almost half of us spend at least $100 a month on our cellphone bills. If that sounds like you, it's time to look for cheaper options.
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