To commemorate World Telecoms Day on May 17th,  we’ve compiled a list of the top phone accessories that money can buy.

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Tile is a tiny tracking device that you can attach to almost anything, such as your car keys, your pet, or your penknife. From your smartphone, you can use the companion app to see where your Tile is located. The Tile is water-resistant, and has a battery that lasts for one year. If you misplace an item with a Tile attached to it, you can mark it as “Lost” and enable other users around the world to help you find it.

Belkin MIXIT Car Charger

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Belkin’s MIXIT car charger has some nice perks that sets it apart from its competitors, including its small size. It can fit easily in a purse or pocket, which makes it simple to transfer between your car and your significant other’s vehicle. It also has a lot of colors to choose from, which is nice if you want to find a color that matches your device or its case.

iBlason Dual Layer Holster Case

iBlason Dual Layer Holster Case

It’s chunky and it’s not going to win any beauty contests, but this case is a good value. You’ve got a soft silicone inner layer with reinforced corners and a hard polycarbonate shell that sits around the outside and encompasses a handy kickstand. On top of that, you get a holster with a locking belt clip that can rotate 180 degrees. It’s a practical choice and it comes in black, red and black, or blue and black.

WoodPuck Bamboo Edition Qi Wireless Charger Pad

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Qi wireless chargers enable you to power up certain Android devices without a charging cable. There are lots of Qi chargers out there, but this one is notable because of its cool bamboo finish. In addition to working with a wide range of Android smartphones, you can also use this charger to power select wearables, such as the Moto 360.

Omaker M4 Portable Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker with 12 Hour Playtime

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This small, waterproof speaker is ideal for anyone who likes to listen to music in the shower, in the bath, or while chilling by the pool. Recharge takes about three hours, but then you get about 12 hours of playtime (assuming you play the speaker at 80 percent volume). The official rating on this speaker is IP54, which means it is protected against dust (though not completely sealed against dust). It also means this speaker can handle being splashed by water, though it should be not submerged in water.

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