would you be able to live without a cell phone?

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  1. Jangaplanet profile image73
    Jangaplanetposted 7 years ago

    would you be able to live without a cell phone?

  2. Sarah Masson profile image68
    Sarah Massonposted 7 years ago

    Yes and quite easily. My mobile sits around looking and being useless and I hardly use it. I don't much like talking on the phone, so I usually just sent text messages.

  3. profile image0
    Neville Walkposted 7 years ago

    I only had my first mobile phone at Christmas, bought as a present.  I have never felt the need for one, and since I have had it, I have never used it.  I can't even figure out how to use it.  I am used to a house phone with a dial, so am a bit behind the times.

  4. guy1973 profile image59
    guy1973posted 7 years ago

    I actually can live without a cell phone, i once thought that i couldn't, then last year when my cell broke and have live for a week without one, and i made it through. but am not sure am prepared to go through such another experience such as that one.

  5. Vishaaa profile image78
    Vishaaaposted 7 years ago

    My phone's speaker is broken. It doesn't ring. Whenever I open an application it automatically restarts. The front panel is been removed. I have fixed it with a rubber band. Altogether my mobile is a "dubba" (Good for nothing)

    Still I love my phone. I can't live without it. : )

  6. Stina Caxe profile image85
    Stina Caxeposted 7 years ago

    I can live without it, I only now use it when I am not home which is hardly ever!  I like having it in case of an emergency, especially since I have a little baby.  Aside from that though it doesn't matter much to me.

  7. Shakeel Shavab CK profile image58
    Shakeel Shavab CKposted 7 years ago

    I can live without cell phone!!. But i need it!!.

  8. supplies expert profile image60
    supplies expertposted 7 years ago

    Its good to disconnect for a few days and go without a cell phone but since I travel so much - I'm not sure if I could completely transition my life away from such a powerful device.

  9. ImChemist profile image57
    ImChemistposted 7 years ago

    How i live without cell phone ! sure i cant .

  10. earnings33 profile image38
    earnings33posted 7 years ago

    absolutely not, it's my necessity now. I need it for my job. My clients contact with me on cell phones, i use wap through my cell. I contact with my friends through cell. Life is not enouh without a cell phone for me now.

  11. OldSkoolFool profile image59
    OldSkoolFoolposted 7 years ago

    People have lived without cellphones for hundreds of thousands of years before so I am guessing I will live. In today's age though, it would seriously hamper my productivity. Cellphones are one of those things that makes life so much easier thanks to the fact that most smart phones can go on the internet, and look up directions so if you drive around a lot, a cell phone will definitely be useful!

  12. Decosigner profile image58
    Decosignerposted 7 years ago

    Yes, and I think anyone can unless it's needed for a living.

  13. pegasus525 profile image34
    pegasus525posted 7 years ago

    QUIT DIFFICULT  the past days here in Egypt ever thing was off internet mobile phone services and even texting messages. i felt like i was in the stony age.

  14. relache profile image86
    relacheposted 7 years ago

    I've never had a cell phone, so yes, quite easily.

  15. sonia05 profile image60
    sonia05posted 7 years ago

    its seems highly impossible but i dont know if i have to live without it,i guess i will have no choice but life would be dull and boring and i would feel lost!

  16. bmthepro profile image59
    bmtheproposted 7 years ago

    I can live without a cell phone , but it will be too hard and complicated to manage everything so I choose not to .

  17. mmzh786 profile image68
    mmzh786posted 7 years ago

    No,
    I am addicted to cellphones.
    So it will be difficult for me to live without a cellphone

  18. nightwork4 profile image59
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    i don't have one now so it is an easy question to answer. i think it's absurd the way people seem to live on their phone.

  19. CrowGal profile image57
    CrowGalposted 7 years ago

    I could because I don't have one. So I have lived for many years without one.

  20. KimberlyAnn26 profile image58
    KimberlyAnn26posted 7 years ago

    If I really had to live without a cell phone then yes! I need it for business though!!

  21. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image98
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 7 years ago

    I seem to be doing just fine without one.  I'm afraid that it would be impossible for me to conduct business during the Spring and Summer without one though.

  22. profile image45
    12lolaposted 7 years ago

    not any more... all my work depening through calls coming in all day to my cell

  23. GetSmart profile image36
    GetSmartposted 7 years ago

    Yes, but thankfully I don't have to. Since losing phone service during a hurricane and only being able to use my cell phone, I turned my house line off. I do see why some people are annoyed by them, but I feel that is due to the manners of the people that are using them, and shouldn't carry over to the device itself.

  24. Mr Tindle profile image78
    Mr Tindleposted 7 years ago

    I wouldn't necessarily want to (although it would be beneficial sometimes), but I definitely could live without it. I never even had one all through college (not that long ago). They are useful, but people use them way too much and they are not a need.

  25. Keith Worth profile image60
    Keith Worthposted 7 years ago

    That depends on situation, My phone keeps me accessible, something that would never happen if I were only reachable by landline, it helps me coordinate and re-coordinate plans instantly and has helped in more than one emergency.

    Do I have to have it? No, but it saves me hours of hassle, travel and stress daily.

    Plus with the all new features they add every day I'm just waiting for the built in pocket knife feature. Then I'll really be able to depend on my phone.

  26. webguyonline profile image53
    webguyonlineposted 7 years ago

    i think it's a BIG NO. why? it's because cell phone is one of my medium of communication for contacting my clients for business purposes. :-)

  27. Wayne Brown profile image83
    Wayne Brownposted 7 years ago

    As Curly of the Three Stooges would say...."cetainly!"  I have an I-Phone and I use it in various ways but ultimately, I don't really need it for anything other than sheer convenience.  I am not one of those guys when sits on the airplane at the gate trying to think of someone that I can call because I love being on my cell phone like a baby loves its pacifier.  He's the same guy who calls his secretary just as they close the entry door and reports to her that the plane is being pushed back now and he will call her on the ground in Atlanta. Pleeeze...how sick is this SOB. Nobody cares! Get a life! Find something else to do besides suck on your cell phone and for God's sakes, don't call me on mine! WB

 
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