Posts Tagged Under: mobile phone tips

Free Samsung Unlocking – Step by Step

Samsung with unlocked padlock

For us, this hack became apparent after the S6 release. Samsung started free unlocking for all their devices, at least in Canada. Yes, you heard right! Samsung themselves will unlock your device free of charge. Now we’re sharing it with the GizmoGrind community so you can save your cash the next time you go to unlock your phone.

Let’s get the basics out of the way. This is not a root. It’s a 100% legitimate way to unlock your device. Before we brought this to you all, we made sure to test it out thoroughly to make sure it’s totally safe. We found it works 9 out of 10 times and the times it doesn’t, try again the next day, it may

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Kick Your Phone Contract with These Tips

KICK YOUR PHONE CONTRACT WITH THESE TIPS

 

Once in a while you may feel like upgrading to the latest version of your phone’s brand. Or you’re simply tired of the gadget you have used over the years and you just feel like getting a new one. However, this can be a tall order if you are tied down to a phone contract.

There are very many reasons as to why you’d wish to get out of a contract with your service provider. Maybe you just don’t like them, maybe you’d like to switch to another carrier or you simply want to upgrade your device earlier. For instance, on Rogers wireless, upgrading to iPhone 5S would cost you a whopping

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4 Easy Ways to Save Money on Your Cell Phone Bill Today

Bundle Your Services

Bundling your cell phone, internet, TV and home phone with the same company saves a ton of money!

Phone companies are eager for your loyal business, so they’re willing to offer you discounts in exchange for bundling more services with them. Try it: add up your internet, home phone, tv, and cell phone bills separately, then compare it to the price of a bundled package of all four. Even thrifty shoppers will be surprised to see the bundled price is less expensive.

But don’t take the bundled price at face value. Research the prices posted at each company’s website, and contact customer service to ask for any discounts or coupons available. Canadians can often snag a discount of 15-25%, but only if they ask for it.

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