Cell Phone Chargers Keep Breaking? Here's what you can do...


I'll be quite honest, in the past I have had about 13 different cell phones and probably 25 or so cell phone chargers. These just don't last the way we would like them to. Personally, I wouldn't suggest using, or at least relying on the cell phone charger that comes with your phone unless it's a Sony or Nokia. I have about 15 friends that "broke" their cell phone chargers within the first month of buying the charger. I don't know what it is or why it happens! Is it the quality? Durability? I mean my friends aren't using the chargers to swing from building to building or anything, so what's the deal?!?

Well, you don’t have to be Einstein in order to understand that when you buy a third party charger you’ll get poor quality and durability. Turns out that my friends bought all kinds of cheap chargers for a buck ninety nine and I’m sorry, you get what you pay for. That’s life you know. But, when you buy an original brand name charger for your phone, you know that you’re going to get a good product. All you have to do now is find that OEM charger online, for the price of the third party chargers. How do you that? Well, first thing you do is visit www.All4Cellular.com!

Same goes with the cellphone itself. I had a friend that kept buying Tracfone phones (me…) and she couldn't figure out why the cell phone charger, the phone or the case kept breaking. It's the company! I would stick my neck out for Sony over Tracfone any day of the week! Use a well-known brand with a great track record and you will receive an extraordinary product - that won't break in a week!

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5 Response to "Cell Phone Chargers Keep Breaking? Here's what you can do..."

  1. Listen says:

    Samsung, Motorola, LG, Kyocera = TracFone

    Not cheap at all!

    Brian says:

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    This isn't true at all. I bought my while family Galaxy S2's for Sprint. All three chargers connect and disconnect every and any movement you make with the device plugged in. These chargers are all Samsung name brand chargers. Eventually I got sick of this and put in the time to have Samsung replace them well what do you know, a month and a half later same problem with 2 out of 3. Third one started to break a few days ago. I hate all phone chargers now a days. My girls HTC chargers have broke one after the other. I feel it's the industry like trying to turn charger cords into ticking failures to force us to replace them like non rechargeable batteries. I hate it.

    This isn't true at all. I bought my whole family Galaxy S2's for Sprint. All three chargers connect and disconnect every and any movement you make with the device plugged in. These chargers are all Samsung name brand chargers. Eventually I got sick of this and put in the time to have Samsung replace them well what do you know, a month and a half later same problem with 2 out of 3. The last one started to break a few days ago. I hate all phone chargers now a days. My girls's HTC chargers have broke one after the other. I feel it's the industry like trying to turn charger cords into ticking failures to force us to replace them like non rechargeable batteries. 

    This isn't true at all. I bought my while family Galaxy S2's for Sprint. All three chargers connect and disconnect every and any movement you make with the device plugged in. These chargers are all Samsung name brand chargers. Eventually I got sick of this and put in the time to have Samsung replace them well what do you know, a month and a half later same problem with 2 out of 3. Third one started to break a few days ago. I hate all phone chargers now a days. My girls HTC chargers have broke one after the other. I feel it's the industry like trying to turn charger cords into ticking failures to force us to replace them like non rechargeable batteries. 

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