Can you survive without a cellphone?
September 9, 2008 11:16am CST
It started as a fantasy, it became a luxury. Now cellphones are necessity. In your own opinion can you imagine yourself without this gadget? I myslef, prefer not to live without it. The reason is because it makes communication easier and faster. Unlike the beeper or pager days way back in the 90's. Someone will send you a message and in order for you to reply you need to look for a phone somewhere, so it kinda depicts the purpose of making communication a lot easier but it opened the door for texting which is one of the most convenient way to communicate.
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6 Jun 09
I think yes i will survive without cellphones and devices like that!!I don't know if things and communication will be better or not seeing that some people used to be a bit obsssed by their phone when you are talking about communication and some of that like more to speak through their phone or sms than personally but in general i think cellphones are useful for your communication and stay in touch with them!!So sometimes the policy of the mobile operator i find a bit exaggerated bu this part of the business when some technology become so popular around the world and for whole countries..
• United States
12 Sep 08
No, I can't survive without my cellphone. We got rid of our regular phone to save money, so we wouldn't have a phone at all without the cell. I also feel a lot safer with it. I can take it anywhere and if my car breaks down or whatever, I will be able to call someone for help. Text messaging is cool too but I don't really use it very often. I prefer to talk to people instead of text.
2 Nov 09
Not really. I need my cellphone incase I get stuck somewhere. I don't use it to better my social life, I use it as my safetynet, if I get stuck. If I'm caught somewhere and need to call a cab, I like to have my cellphone. If I am caught somewhere, and am going to be late for something, then it's important to be able to call the people I'm to meet, and let them know I'm going to be late.