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Get talking with a mobile phone or Internet phone

Mobile phones and Internet phones both keep you in touch, but the two technologies have different strengths. Mobiles keep you connected when you're out and about, using the networks you already know, while Internet phones connect over your broadband connection at home, which means low-cost or even free calls. Why not look at both?

Mobile phones connect over the normal mobile network
Mobile phones connect over
the normal mobile network
Internet phones make calls using your broadband connection
Internet phones make calls using
your broadband connection

 

 

 

 

 

 

Handy mobiles to cost-cutting Internet phones

See mobile phone handsets from LG, Motorola, Nokia, Sagem, Samsung and Sony, with connections to all the top UK networks: Vodafone, O2, Orange, T-Mobile, and Virgin. It's all in the Argos Guide to Mobile phones.

Cheap or free calls are easy with an Internet phone, and with the latest models you don't need to be a computer expert; once connected they work much like normal landlines. Click here for the Argos Guide to Internet phones.

Confused? Mobile and Internet phones use different technologies. Get to grips with them in the Jargon Buster.

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