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Taking Care of your Cell Phone Batteries

Picking a new cell phone model and pricing plan is more confusing now then ever with all the different offers available to you! Having a dependable cell phone battery is crucial so your family, friends and business associates can reach you. After all these are the reasons that most of us carry a cell phone everyday!

Below are some tips for getting the most out of your cell phone batteries:

If you take the time to care for your cell phone battery properly, your battery can last between 350-400 charge cycles. If you charge your phone daily, your battery will typically last between 12-14 months. If you charge your battery less frequently at every 2-3 days, you maybe able to keep your battery for two years or more.

Most importantly, to extend the life of your cell phone batteries, it is essential to follow the manufacturers charging instructions from the first day you buy your phone. If you not, it may result in your battery not being the best it can be.

One of the fastest ways to deteriorate your cell phone battery is to leave it in the car during extreme weather conditions, both too hot and too cold. If you absolutely have must leave it in the car, be sure to turn the power off. Also, be sure to not leave your cell phone plugged into your car charger as every time your car starts it is the same as a charge cycle and a wasted one! This is one of the most common of reasons for cell phone batteries losing their energy too soon. Additionally if your cell phone goes to long without a charge, it may not recharge properly when you need it.

If you take the time to follow these few tips, it will help you to extend the life of your cell phone batteries. While also assuring you that your cell phone will be handy when you need it.
Jay Coleby is a writer that specializes in informational articles on various topics. His most recent projects include articles on cell phone batteries, rent games and noni juice. Jay can be contacted if you need an article written on a specific topic.

Jay Coleby