The idea of a cell phone has been around since the nineteenth century. A cell phone is also referred to as a mobile phone, or a cellular device. The first cellular device was invented in 1973 by Martin Cooper. This mobile telephone was the size of a brick! Ever since this invention, the cell phone has become the most prevalent piece of technology. Nowadays, the majority of people in the world possess a cell phone. One country in particular that is very popular when it comes to cell phones is the United States of America. The United States has four major cell phone companies which include: Verizon, Sprint, AT & T, and T-Mobile. These companies have made a big improvement to the cell phone industry. Instead of people having to carry around a brick with them, they could now carry a cell phone that is thin in width and a couple inches in length. Cell phones have improved the lives of people in the United States because they assist people in communications, convenience, and emergency contact.
Through communication, people’s lives have been changed for the better in the United States. For example, some families may live in separate states. One part of someone’s family could be in Arizona, while the other part could be living in Washington. If there was no cell phone available to the family in Arizona, they would most likely not have a good relationship with their family in Washington due to poor communication. Since cellular devices have become so advanced the families can keep up with each other due to two main ways of communicating with their mobile phones. Those ways include texting and talking. Since texting has been added to the format of a cell phone, the families can now just send simple messages back and forth to each other, rather than having to actually talk to each other over their landlines which could be limited and costly. Cell phones also enable a means of convenience for people in the United States. Most people in the United States go grocery...
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