Cell phones can be purchased at stores or online at vendors such as Walmart, Target and Best Buy, or at licensed cellular network stores such as Verizon Wireless, AT&T and Sprint. The cell phones include standard models, pre-paid models and smartphones such as the iPhone and Android.
Best Buy additionally sells no-contract phones such as Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile and unlocked smart phones. The company sells an array of cell phone accessories such as headsets, cases, screen protectors and clips. Network plans offered at Best Buy include Verizon Wireless and AT&T.
Target offers a variety of accessories for cell phones including chargers, cables, cases and Bluetooth headsets. Among the unlocked and no-contract phones offered, Target sells Blu phones and smartphones such as iPhones and the Samsung Galaxy.
Walmart sells no-contract and prepaid phone plans such as Straight Talk and a variety of phone options such as iPhones and Samsung Galaxy. The company also offers Walmart Family Mobile plans, which are implemented through T-Mobile. Additionally, Walmart sells refurbished iPhones.
At Verizon Wireless and AT&T stores, customers have the option of paying their bills, upgrading their phones or buying accessories such as cables, cases, headsets and chargers. The company offers a number of contracts and phones for a variety of income levels and technological aptitudes.