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windows phone works really well if you have an xbox or a Microsoft laptop
Android phones come in low price ranges with quiet good hardware for your specific usage, or you can try for Nokia phones, they too are quiet good, if you want a phone to last and wan't the above mentioned features + something more then I suggest Nokia. You should check battery life on first if browsing web is going to be frequent with you.
Yeah these people are right, just get one of the ones your friends have.
They're all basically comparable, what you should really be trying to decide is which provider you to use.
Compare providers; the plans available, coverage, reliability, customer service, price, etc. Then just choose whichever cell phone meets yours and the provider's requirements.
If that is all you need then it doesn't matter which one you get. Get the one that looks best to you. Go to your provider and see what they have to offer and get your hands on the units and get a good feel for them.
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