Wireless Phones Worth The Convenience

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Can you image being stranded somewhere by yourself? Now, if that picture isn’t bad enough, image being stranded without your cell phone. It’s hard to believe that about 15 years ago, cell phones were practically unheard of. Wireless phones, especially cellular phones, are one of today’s best inventions. Even wireless home phones are wonderfully convenient. For all of you talkaholics, wireless phones allow you to prepare dinner, change the baby’s diaper, do the laundry, and water the garden, all while carrying on hours of conversation without missing a beat. How neat is that?

The down sides to wireless phones are that they need to be charged quite frequently. After 2-3 hours of usage, wireless phones usually need recharging. This can be especially annoying since a very important conversation could be interrupted or cut short. How many times have you been in the middle of a conversation and go “…Did you hear me,…hello, hello..”, then you realize that your call has been cut off? Then your party calls back, apologizing for the interruption. Sometimes the interruption is at no fault of either party. It is can be due to the signal being lost as well. This can also be very annoying in the event of an emergency and crucial information is being communicated.

However, there are more positive reasons why almost everybody (including your grandmother) uses some form of a wireless phone. For instance, authorities can track you down using your wireless or cell phone through frequency towers in the event of a kidnapping, accident or other emergency situation. Also traveling with and using your wireless phone out of town is another “Must Have” convenience. Don’t you agree? They are also becoming more and more compact, even in different styles, colors, features and accessories for more carrying convenience. How nice!

Overall, the conveniences of all wireless phones, whether cellular or mobile, are still well worth and out-weigh the inconveniences. In fact, cell phones have practically made pay phones obsolete. Think about it, when was the last time you saw a pay phone or one that worked? It makes you wonder what will be the next device we won’t be able to live without in the next 10 to 15 years. Guess everyone will just have to wait and see.

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