Almost All Smartphones Sold Today Have the Same Two Flaws by Neil Savage

No, no, no. It's not clickbait. It's the truth: most smartphones are far from durable and have batteries lives far from the ideal length.

We're in the telecom business, so we ultimately thrive when more people are connected to their phone. But it's hard to be connected when your phone is cracked and/or dead. Consider CNET's article a call-to-arms to demand smartphone manufacturers fix these fatal flaws. Check out the whole article here.

"Flaw 1: Smartphones just aren't durable enough

Look around next time you're in an airport, on a train, or at a Starbucks. I bet almost everyone in your field of vision has a case on his or her phone.

Of course, there's a class of confident souls who carry their phones naked, sans case. Many never have a problem. Others aren't so lucky, as evidenced by the number of people I see riding the New York City subway using case-less phones with cracked screens."