what is better cell phone or landline.......

June 8, 2009 9:25am CST
I think lanline is better becaz u need not be disturb by people you want to avoid for some reason or other.
4 responses
@tonyllenium (6266)
• Italy
9 Jun 09
i think cellphone is more personal and so you can have the ability to find the person even if he will be outside of the home or the office as well!!Landlines on the contrary is more general because normally if people are not in that place such as at home or office is quite impossible to find them! So naturally landlines costs are cheaper than mobile so may be this is the reason why many people like to call better on the landlines than mobile phones as well!!Even if in the last period costs towards cellphones are really much expensive because people use to call much more mobile phones seeeing that that number is much more useful when you want find that person quite everywhere she/he is during the day!!
• Czech Republic
8 Jun 09
cellphone is better to use than the old-style landline..^^ because people creating a facinating many featured for it. It's also handy unlike the landline that staying at your old house and stucked because of unusage.
• India
8 Jun 09
Cell phone is better for sure. You can make calls and receive calls on the move. you can store lots of other information. You can listen to radio , browse and listen to music or watch a movie. Landlines are restricted to limited features. I love land line for the reason that it is fixed , whereas mobile needs to be handled with care and delicacy . The rugged feature of land line is advantageous. But , in the present scenario as they say " Small is better"
@kryzell (921)
• Philippines
8 Jun 09
Between the two, I'd choose cellphone. With it, I can communicate with my friends and families, even outside the home. With the landline, I am limited to calling people at home only. Aside from that, mobile phones have a lot of other features aside from mere calling. I can send SMS, record videos, organize my calendar, store pictures...and the list go on!