How much time does your cellphone takes from you?
September 2, 2008 9:22am CST
There's probably no single day that you live without the cellphone with you. And there's probably no single day that you won't see a single person without a cellphone in his/her hand. Perhaps to many people texting is almost synonymous to completing the day of their lives. How much time do you spend the day with your cellphone?
2 Sep 08
same with you here i always have my cellphone with me..i bring it where ever i go..even while sleeping i put it under my pillow..i agree with you almost all of the people today cant live without a cellphone in them..i guess it is the advantages of having cellphone you can bring it anywhere and have it anywhere incase of emergnecy you can call...
2 Sep 08
Well, to put it simply, a lot. Though I'd like to think that I've gotten better since my days as a text addict when I was a university student. So yeah... Nowadays, though I still send an inordinate amount of SMS, it's most likely important stuff or stuff related to work. Aside from text messages and calls, the only other use I have for my phone though, is to tell the time. *lol*
• United States
2 Sep 08
I only use my cell phone a couple times a week--like if I'm at the grocery store, I may call my husband to see if there's anything he needs for work while I'm there. The only time I use text messaging is if I'm teaching a class--I tell my husband to text me so that way I'll see it during the class break, and can text back. That way I can answer his question when it's convenient for me. But I do regularly see people talking (or sometimes even texting) while driving, and it's no surprise that some people can rack up hundreds of dollars in cell charges every month (for a 3-person share plan ours is 70$/month, and we still don't use all the minutes alloted....but it's the lowest plan available through the company we chose).