Do you carry your cell phone/mobile device with you everywhere you go?
Yes, I do. Not only that, I keep a back-up one with me. LOL Worse, maybe, neither of them is far from me when I sleep. LOL
Oddly, I barely talk on the phone at all (other than for the occasional, quick, call), so it isn't that I'm "one of those people". It's just that I have grown kids "out there" (as well as other family members), I want to anyone who wants/needs to be able to reach me to be able to. So, I keep the "real" phone in my pocket and the back-up one tucked far away in my handbag and pretty much don't use either of them (except on Saturdays, when I'm at the grocery store and when everyone I know, as well as everyone I don't know, seems to call me when I get to the produce department).
Since I got an android phone I tend to, but being honest I usually have it on silent so I can't hear it ring. Odd behavior really.
I only answer the phone when I want to talk to the person ringing, not automatically when it rings. I know people who drop everything to answer a phone or respond to a text, which is also odd behavior IMO.
Yes I do carry my cell phone everywhere, although I don't use it very often. I keep it in my pocket so I can look to see what the time is (I don't like to wear a watch).
Yes, I do, but I rarely use it. My husband and I have cell phones for emergencies and to be able to make a quick call saying we are on the way home or whatever.
Yes, though I seldom use it for calls. I play games most of the time as well as browsing. It just keeps me occupied.
My wife used to have a Son Ericsson C903 basic phone. She can always leave home without it. Now that she has an iPhone, she always carries it around, wherever she goes. I guess the phone's functionalities changes users' behaviour and perspective!
No, I need my alone time in the bathroom. It goes everywhere else with me though.
yes at all times, it's great to have considering i have an android phone and can use it for GPS, online browsing, and even music in my car, since I hook it up to my car stereo. I very rarely use it other than for music and the occasional GPS needs I have. As for calling, I use it to try and make plans on my way home from work on Thursday and Friday nights, that's about it.
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