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  • ADVANTAGES OF MOBILE PHONE   Helpful in Emergency: Nothing more than a Mobile Phone comes to great help in emergency. You are driving by the freeway and the vehicle jams and Mobile Phone comes to your rescue. You are stuck in a lone place, again call somebody and ask for directions. Texting: You can get texting capabilities on a cell phone, which is great for certain, situations when in a public place. You might not want everyone else hearing your conversation. Also, everyone else might not want to hear your conversation, especially in a crowded restaurant or in a store. Texting can me a great way to keep in touch with relatives and friends all over the world.
  •  Improve Communication Skill: The more you talk, the more you know, how to talk and the better your communication skills become. This is applicable if you’re a sensible person and keep note of your interacting habits over the phone. It can be a communication tutorial.  Connecting peoples: Parents can be a little less worried about their kids by being in constant touch with them.  Use for internet: If you’re a net user, you can have Internet handy all the time and anywhere the signal of your Mobile Phone provider can reach.
  •  Use for advertisement: Companies find it yet another medium to advertise their products; so another medium to reach the consumers.  Utilization of time: Although cell phone use can be dangerous while driving but sometimes it can be a time saver, you are driving and simultaneously discussing some urgent matter as well. A sensible and only urgent usage during driving can be a great help at times.
  •  Role in Economy: From the industry and economy point of view, Mobile Phone companies (communication industry) are flourishing with market capital in billions. This is a good thing for the economy to be smooth and healthy.  Other uses: Nowadays, Mobile Phone is not just phone calls; they’re about messaging, video, songs, games, alarm clock, notes, calendar, reminder, etc. So one equipment, lots of uses.
  • DISADVANTAGES OF MOBILE PHONE  Negative effect on health: The continuous exposure of signal to and from our Mobile Phone can be a cancer concern, although to a meager amount research is still going on. However, the mobile phone industry has long resisted any suggestion of a link to cancer, though it accepts that mobile phone radiation does affect the electrical activity in the brain.  Mobile Phone Towers: You may not be able to receive a signal in some areas, depending where you are. Especially, if you are in the mountains, Mobile Phone reception may be terrible.
  •  Unexpected phone calls: You may receive calls when you are in the middle of something. If you are compelled to take the call, it can be rather disrupting. Or while remaining in touch is good thing but sometimes it becomes annoying to have to deal with continuous incoming phone calls. You are on a vacation and your boss calls up, how does that sound.  Increase expenses: Cell phone monthly bills are usually more than a landline bill. Sometimes, we may not require having a Mobile Phone but we still buy one and start paying monthly bills; so it increases our monthly/recurring expenses.
  •  Time Distraction: Some people (especially teens) get so much addicted to Mobile Phone for talking, video, messaging, games, etc that they forget the real purpose of the phone and waste large part of their time in unnecessary interaction over their cell phones.  Use in Classroom and Examination hall: Nothing more can be a distraction for a teached in the classroom, when a student’s phone rings. Mobile Phone is increasingly becoming a problem for the schools during classroom hours and is becoming a means of cheating during examinations and other kinds of ability tests. All this is really bad and does hurt the future of the student, who doesn’t realize that he/she is him/her-self responsible for it.
  •  In approach of everyone: Your SIM can be exploited as tracking device and if you’re an important person then that can be a big concern for you.  Disturb you: The mobile phone advertisements through messages are becoming a pain for the cell phone users. Or it can be a big nuisance in calm and silent places like libraries, cinemas, restaurants, etc. Some cell phone users lose the sense of deciding when and where they can talk on the cell phone and where they can’t, without slightest consideration for the fellow beings around.
  •  Dangerous in driving: A Mobile Phone can be helpful while driving and talking in case of urgent matters but increasingly it is becoming cause of accidents because it deviates the attention of a driver; human brain can do only one thing at a time (however small span of time it may be).  Home for microorganism: The surface of a cell phone has millions of bacteria and virus on it and that can be a strong reason of immediate skin problem on face or can result into other internal infections wherein the microbes creep inside the body through mouth or other openings.