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What are the different SmartPhone devices that I need to start a business using my smartphone?

There are several small businesses which are managed just by using a SmartPhone. I want to start a business using my SmartPhone but I in order to do that I know it is a necessity to invest on several devices to make life more convenient. What are the different devices that a business owner should invest on, should he/she starts a small business using a SmartPhone?

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    Instarting a business using your SmartPhone, You should invest on a goo pair of bluetooth earphones and microphone so that communication can be made easier even when in transit. The next thing you should invest on is a bluetooth keyboard so that you would be able to type longer and detailed messages. A credit card reader and a mobile projector would come in handy for presentations and transactions. SmartPhones can only last for so long until it runs out of battery so a powerbank would be useful in emergency situations.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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