Cell Phones- Advantages and Disadvantages

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ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF MOBILE PHONES
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF MOBILE PHONES

Mobile phones are used all over the world for different purposes. In this essay, we will be looking at the advantages and disadvantages of using mobile phones. Dr Martin Cooper is considered the inventor of the first portable handset and the first person to make a call on a portable cell phone, in April 1973. This portable phone had numerous features never seen before. It revolutionised communication throughout the world.

ADVANTAGES
Mobile phones have many advantages. Some of these advantages include: •To call different services in case of an emergency.
To contact people who may not have access to a landline. •To keep in touch with people regardless of where they are. •To send text, picture and video messages for various purposes. •They are getting cheaper.

In many businesses today mobile phone communication can be vital for the success of the business. For example, before the invention of the mobile phone, customers in urgent need to speak to an employee would have had to leave a message or return another time. However, with mobile phone communication customers can call the necessary person on their mobile phone.
Many people believe that mobile phones cause health problems. This may not be true. A survey that took place in Denmark, suggests that there are no health problems involved with using a mobile phones. The report quotes:

"Mobiles phones are safe to use after all. Despite the scares, a survey of 420,000 Danish mobile users found no evidence that the devices increase cancer risk. It's the biggest and most comprehensive study yet, and according to the American Physical Society, its "rock-solid database make it difficult to take issue with the reports conclusion." The study, published in Today's Journal of the National Cancer Institute, says mobile users are no more likely than anyone else to suffer brain or nervous system cancers,...
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