How important is your cell phone to you?

Philippines
August 16, 2010 5:03am CST
Cell phones has become a part of almost everybody's life these days. Some can't seem to live without it now. How important is your cell phone to you? How would it affect you if you can't use your cell phone for one day?
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@ddaguno (3110)
• Philippines
16 Aug 10
I use my mobile as my alarm clock. One day, I left it in the office...It was such a disaster! I didn't wake up on timme. the company car left me since they cant reach me. So I ended up 2 hours late for work.
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• Philippines
17 Aug 10
I can relate to that. heheh :)
@ddaguno (3110)
• Philippines
20 Aug 10
@lulu1220 (1010)
• United States
16 Aug 10
Since I no longer have a phone at home (I disconnected it to save money), my cell phone is very important to me. Plus I take road trips every year and if I have car trouble, at least I can call for help. I remember once my car did break down and my cell phone was a life saver!
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@blue30 (66)
• Philippines
16 Aug 10
Aside from the usual everyday usage on call and text messaging, my cellphone is an extension of my Ipod and served as my 2nd laptop. Opps! and most especially my alarm clock.
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@juryse (753)
• Philippines
16 Aug 10
It's very important to me. It's my means of communication to my family especially my kids. If I lose for a day, it won't really affect me that much. But not more than one day though.
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@JayJay45 (157)
• United States
17 Aug 10
I can go days and days without it. I often forget to turn it on. I only have it in case of emergency or to say hi to a friend once in awhile. I don't need to be on it all the time. Don't forget -- don't text and drive!
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• Philippines
20 Aug 10
Cool, you are almost completely unattached to your cellphone... or your cellphone to you. :D.
@rosekiss (30152)
• Eugene, Oregon
16 Aug 10
My cell phone is very important to me, as it is the only phone I have and use. i did have both a cell phone and a landline but I decided that I didn't want to pay for 2 phones. It has helped not having 2 phones to pay on every month. Mu cell phone is the way I communicate with my family and friends, so it is something I can't do without. I hope I never have to do without my cell pho9ne. Take care, and have a very good day.
@blue30 (66)
• Philippines
16 Aug 10
Aside from the usual call and text messaging, my cellphone is my alarm clock, my organizer, an extension of my Ipod and my smallest laptop.