How do you use your mobile?

India
September 24, 2009 9:05am CST
I've seen a lot of people using their mobile phones to snap pictures of somebody without their knowledge or consent, which i assume is a sort of invasion of one's privacy. People also use their mobile phones while driving, which may pose a great amount of risk for one's self or fellow motorists. Some people like to keep on yapping all the time without concern for others. So, my dear mylotters, how do you use your mobile phone?
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24 Sep 09
I only use my mobile to make important calls and I don't even use the SMS. It takes me ages to compose a message that in the end, it's quicker to dial the number and speak to the person rather than sending SMS. For longer calls, I prefer to use my landline as it is cheaper and the connection is better. I don't use the phone that much either to the point that my friends and family complain that I hardly call. In fact, each one of us in the house owns a cellphone even my kids who are 12 and 10. Thankfully, no one seems to be hooked on it. I have never picked up a call while driving (I am immune to it ringing) nor have I made one while driving not only because it is illegal but also because I cannot talk and drive at the same time (impossible for me to multitask).
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• India
30 Sep 09
I use my mobile send text message and to make call my girl this is what i do most of the time.. And taking snaps means i will keep snaping my girl alone.. And i wont use mobile driving unless it is very urgent r important to talk while driving..
@SanSiim (159)
• Estonia
28 Sep 09
I use my phone mainly for talking, but I don't call/receive calls that much, so I'm not disturbing others I think :). Since my phone has a good camera lense I use it to take pictures and videos too. And if I'm out of computer reach I use it to surf the web when I need. Also is good for alarm clock.
@rosekiss (30260)
• Eugene, Oregon
25 Sep 09
I sue my mobile fot talking, texting, the internet, taking pictues, and videos. I have lots of features on it, some I might use and some I might not, but they are there if I should decide to use them. Lately, I have used my phone more for teting than talking, as my duagher will text me during the day to let me know how things are going and what my 3 year old grandson is doing. It is nice to be able to communicate with her, as we both have texting phones, which does make it easier to text with a qwerty keyboard. I love texting and I never thought that as a grandmother I would like to text but I do. I am glad that I have my phone. Good luck to you and happy mylotting.