Will your day be incomplete without a cellphone?

@bing_r77 (237)
Philippines
November 22, 2007 10:14am CST
I think almost every people have a cellphone and 90 percent of the worlwide population owns one. every week seems there's a new model of cellphone. vellura phone i think because a necesity to every individual.. How about you guys out there, cant you lived with out a cellphone? Will your day be incomplet with out one?
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11 responses
@joahnna18 (368)
• Philippines
23 Nov 07
For me Yes i always use my cell phone it's a daily routine for me to bring it always whenever and whatever place i go. If i left my cell phone i make it a point to come back to our house to get it. See it's very important to me. It's like i'm incomplete without my cell phone. Sounds weird but it's true. happy posting my friend:)
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
24 Nov 07
yeah, same as me. i am incomplete without my phone. my phone is always at my side even if i sleep at nigth. you know what makes it odd, before that there were no cellphones it seems our lives were so simple and no complications. we are content and we would sacrifice to go to our friends house if we need to be with them or ask them for something. every information we need to inform can wait.. but now with this cellphones...our lives becomes different..it makes things move faster..
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@irene_27 (545)
• Philippines
23 Nov 07
I agree that nowadays cellphones have become a necessity to almost everybody. My day wouldn't be complete without it. My work entails me to be out in the field for most of the day so i would need my cellphone to get in touch with my clients and in return for them to get in touch with me too. But the most important purpose for my cellphone is getting in touch to my family who lives far from me. My parents house has no landline phone yet so i always have to either text or call them to make sure they are okay. That way i still get updated about them without having to see them in person except on weekends and holidays.
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
24 Nov 07
yeah, that's the main purpose that we are having a cellphone, to communicate with our family... then comes our collegues, assoicieates or clients at our work... then our friends also...
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@rsa101 (13337)
• Philippines
23 Nov 07
Yeah right now I think it has become a neccessity and always be a part of our daily routine. Without it communications just slows down or even stops. I feel a bit out of touch when this thing is not on my side. i got used to text my loved ones at least once a day to see to it I am in touched with my loved ones.
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
24 Nov 07
yep, this cellphone becomes an imortant tool in our day to day communication. we can easily keep intouch with our love ones anytime we want.. as long as we have a load.. hehehe
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@diillu (5130)
22 Nov 07
There was time when I would go totally crazy if I couldn't find my cell phone by my side. I would go crazy thinking about the miss calls and messges. I used to think that my life would get lost without my cell phone. But after losing my last phone my perspective have been changed. I'm all alive without my cell phone and it's alreeady been more than a month. Actually I'm enjoying my life without it.
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
24 Nov 07
good for you, you can live without a cellphone. is it robbed from you? you know sometimes, if you dont have a cellphone you will be free from load expenses and have a peace of mind.i have lost two phones already. they are robbed from me.
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@cooltj89 (387)
• India
22 Nov 07
My day cant begin or end without my mobile.....i wake up on an alarm set in my mobile.......i sleep listening music and watching movies on my phone.......i need mobile throughout the day @ office and college.......so its damn important for me dude.....
@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
24 Nov 07
yeah, cellphone becomes a necessity now a days. same as you that i sleep with my cellphone and make it my alarm clock eveytime i need to wake up so early in the morning. there's no day that i cant send messages to my friends.
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@maximax8 (27049)
2 Dec 07
My mobile phone has gone wrong. It lists the date as early January 2003. I can make and receive phone calls on it but I can't get or receive text messages on it. I took it to my local mobile phone shop and they could not mend my phone. The shop assistant told me to buy a new phone. So I got a copy of a mobile phone magazine. There seem to be lots of different phones, some pay and go and others that are pay a set amount monthly. I see some of theme have a camera for sending picture messages, some of them have Internet and Email facilities and some of them play music. The price range is huge from cheap, basic phones to complicated, expensive photos. The same phone model I bought last year is not around anymore to purchase. Yes, every week it seems a new model of mobile phone comes out. They are quite poorly made and don't seem to last for very long. It is sadly a throw away world. My day is not complete without a mobile phone. Soon I have to decide which new mobile phone I will be buying.
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
3 Dec 07
yeah, its seems every week a new model of mobile phone evolves. and many poeple now a days would really want to get the newest model if they can afford to have one.. cheap mobile phone that allows me to send/receive text messages and calls is enough for me. but sometimes, i envy those who have the latest model of cellphones..maybe someday, i can afford to have one...
@maximax8 (27049)
3 Dec 07
I went shopping today and managed to get a new mobile phone with the same company that I pay and go with. It has Internet and Email facilities but I won't use these very often because it costs loads to do this. It comes with a pair of earphones for listening to music. I am using the same card and so I could take the credit that was left on my own phone. When I looked at it in the shop three text messages from friends came up. The shop took my old phone and charger for recycling. I got money off for doing this. My new phone will charge overnight and hopefully be ready for me to text replies to my friends text messages.
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
5 Dec 07
Good for you maximax that you have your new mobile phone.
@beauty_ph (2752)
• Philippines
26 Nov 07
A thing or someone can never make my day incomplete as long as I have faith! Yes of us have one or more cellphones at hand. We are so used to it that we tend to miss something when its not with us. I had my cellphone repaired for more than a month. It is so hard not to have the thing that we are so comfortable and convenient bringing with. There is really something different. After more than a month I have saved a lot and learned something from how technology affected our lifestyles.
@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
27 Nov 07
Its good for you my friend that you are not attached to your cellphone. there are alot of poeple i know who cant live without this thing.i think i am too. lol
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@beauty_ph (2752)
• Philippines
27 Nov 07
Cellphones are now like a buddy. Before we are contented with just wearing a watch in our wrist. And one day the cellphone had added services more than knowing what time is it. More and more features are added in cellphones now. I think it can become a human partner or twin later. LOL!
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
28 Nov 07
you are correct my friend. many now a days make their cellphones their buddys specialy those who are so far from their family. there day will not be complete if they cant received or send text messages. it seems that its already a part of their day to day system.
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• Malaysia
2 Dec 07
hmm nope..dont think my day will be incomplete without a cellphone. i'll probably feel as if i'm missing something but it doesn't bother me. i don't really depend religiously on my cell. i think there are other things which makes me feel incomplete, if i don't have them hehe.
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
3 Dec 07
its good for you kevsgirl that you dont feel incomplete without this cellphone. many people now a days who are very very dependent on their mobilephones. they cant live without it.
@anniepa (26312)
• United States
30 Nov 07
Since I lived most of my life without one I’m sure I could if I had to but I’m really glad to have one when I travel, especially if I go somewhere in my car alone. I’ve heard people my age and older talk about how we didn’t have them years ago so why have one now but if something can improve our safety and give us peace of mind it would be stupid to refuse to use it. However, it would be nice if people could wait until they’re done checking out at the supermarket or getting waited on at the bank to talk on their cell phone. That drives me nuts! Annie
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
3 Dec 07
yeah,there are many poeple like that who can't wait to use their celphones in places not appropriate. maybe they are showing their phones for the snatchers to snacth.. but in postitive side, cellphones can help a lot if we talk of means communication. through this gadget, we can immediately contact someday in case of emergency..
@nkhanna (926)
• India
6 Dec 07
i think my day cannot be complete without a phone.however after being into this job i really have started hating cell phones since every minute it just rings.i wake up in the morning by the mobile alarm only and then the whole day its just calls and calls.i think now noone can imagine their life without cell phone.
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
6 Dec 07
i guess i have experience that one i my precious job. i hate my mobile phone when it rings specially if the person calling you is the one you dont like. i guess mobile phones now a days become the number one tool of communication..
@lorelai (1560)
• Italy
3 Dec 07
No, my day wouldn't be incomplete without a cell phone but it would be incomplete without my computer. I stated using my computer little bit to much lately. Partially because of myLot, because I always have something to say or see what someone alse has written.
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
5 Dec 07
I think you are already addicted to this mylot...and i guess i am too.. Good for you that your cellphone does not complete your day. But if you talk about computer to me, hmmmm, my day will be very very unsual if i did not open my computer. if my computer backs down, my day will one ruined. i can live days without my cellphone, but without computer? i think not. part of my life revolves in my computer...