5 ways to get more battery for your buck

 

You live your life on the go. Let us give you five tips on how to find a phone that can keep up with you, and show you how to get the most out of your battery life.

Upgrade to a phone that stays charged longer.

It's not rocket science. Longer battery life means more streaming. More gaming. More whatever-you-want-to-do with your phone. Verizon has phones that pack in two full days of use on one power up like the Samsung Galaxy S9+, the LG G6 and the Samsung Galaxy J7V. Upgrading to one of those is really easy. You can even do it right from the My Verizon app.

Look for a phone that charges quickly.

You've got places to be. You can't be sitting around waiting for that percentage to go up. Check out phones that can give you a solid charge in less than an hour, like the moto z2 force edition, the LG V30 or the Google Pixel 2.

Accessorize with more ways to stay charged.

Once you find the phone that can keep up with you grab some accessories that give you more ways to stay charged. Car chargers are lifesavers. Verizon has one that sends power to two devices at once so you can give new life to your phone and tablet. They also have some phone cases that can double your battery life. Or if you're really crazy about it you can take a mobile powerstation with you if you think you won't be near an outlet for a while.

Split your time between devices.

You can also keep from using too much power by splitting up your time between two different devices. It's great having everything on your phone, but watching a movie on it is a total power suck. Adding a tablet to your Verizon account is really affordable. Seriously, you can go completely wireless for less than it costs to have a land line. Get a tablet for your more battery-intense habits and you'll have more charge left on your phone when you want to go handheld.

Ok. You have some device ideas. But you're not done yet.

Change your settings and manage your apps.

Find the settings and look for things you can change to save power. Lower the brightness on your screen. Turn on any low power modes it has. And definitely watch your apps. You don't want them all sending you notifications 24/7. Be sure to close any apps you're not actively using and check individual app settings and turn off any background app options that are available.

I think you're all set. Browse Verizon's wide selection to find some devices that will keep you from having to worry about where your next recharge is coming from.

 

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