Do you leave your handphone ON 24 hours a day?

@1qazxsw2 (512)
Singapore
July 29, 2007 5:11am CST
Mine is ON 24 hours every day and also during charging bcos of my work...My boss pays the bill and expects me to be contactable...
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• Philippines
30 Jul 07
yes i do leave my cellphone on 24 hours a day..i don't wanna turn it off due to in case of emergency they can contact me easily..even when i am asleep i still turn my phone loud beside me..
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@Nardz13 (5059)
• New Zealand
29 Jul 07
Hey. Off course, My cell phone is always on, 24/7 incase of emergencies with my family... Awsome how your boss pays your monthly, but then its too be expected, for you too be contactable, this is a work phone right?...
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@gr8life (6253)
• Malaysia
1 Aug 07
Hello 1qazxsw2, Mine is on 24/7 too. There is a different time zone for me and my husband and he always call or sms me late at night especially after midnight. I don't want to miss the call and so I let my hand phone on for 24 hours a day. I have two hand phones in fact *smiles* One is for my personal use and another one for my work purpose. I don't like my boss to know my personal number so I gave him another number to call. (It is easier to detect his number if he calls and I don't want to pick up the call) LOL!
@1qazxsw2 (512)
• Singapore
4 Aug 07
That's one thing i would want to do but the thot of having to carry two phones .. I hate charging the phones in the first place..
@maehan (1445)
• United States
7 Aug 07
Yes, when I am in Singapore and working. I leave my handphone ON 24/7. So I am contactable by the company, parent and parent-in-law and friends. My boss pays S$80 dollars monthly for my mobile and anything more than that will be bear by myself. I find it is ok as my colleague in another countries probably may need to contact me urgently at times. They are pretty nice as they will not call me unnecessary.
• Singapore
1 Aug 07
Mine is only on 12 hours only because I don't have the luxury of bills pay by boss. Everything is out from my own pocket.
• Canada
31 Jul 07
I leave my phone on 24-7, not because I want to be reached, or need to be reached but because I don't want to forget to turn it on in the morning, and also because I use the alarm clock feature inside my cellphone, to wake me up in the mornings.