A few months ago, I replaced the batteries
in my cordless phones. To my shock and surprise, they only lasted for two months, and now neither handset works at all. I would replace them, but not if they are going to last that short amount of time. When reading the online reviews for the batteries, I learned I was not the only unhappy customer; nearly everyone that bought replacement batteries were horribly disappointed.
The same could be said for cell phone
batteries. I do not own a cell phone because I can't get reception. Ahhh, the joys of living in the sticks! If you have been having some difficulty with your battery on your cell phone going kaput on you, learn how to make you cell phone battery last longer
. You can increase time between charges by turning the phone off at night when you go to bed, not using the vibrate function on your phone, and not searching for a signal when there obviously isn't one to be found. You can prolong the life of your battery by fully charging a new battery before you use it, keeping the battery cool by not leaving your phone sit out in your purse in an overheated car(or similar situation), and by cleaning the battery contacts on both the battery and on the phone itself.
I am pretty sure that my phone batteries didn't last as long as I expected them too because I didn't initially charge them the way they should have been charged. Being on a dial up connection though kind of takes away from the life of my phone battery and so I am stuck with what I get, even though I know they should have lasted more than two months. You don't have to be disappointed; simply follow wikiHow's tips