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Life Without Cell Phone
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LIFE WITHOUT CELL PHONES

Introduction

We have become a society that is totally dependant on communication devices to make our world go round. We have technology today that allows us to keep in almost constant contact with one another. We communicate through cell phones that use a network of specialized base stations called cell sites, but many people now are using cell and mobile phones that use a satellite signal for their connection. The phone, TV, personal computer and Internet have found revolutionary ways to connect people, entertain them and empower them. But nothing has matched the seismic cultural shift created by the cell phone, with its ability to connect and deliver content virtually anywhere, anytime. Although most of us have grown familiar with cell phones during the past 10 years, we often don’t realize how much our world has been transformed by the little device in our pockets and purses.

Invention Of Cell Phones

The telephone is one of the greatest inventions that we have. When they were first put into use, it took years to string all the wire necessary for it to become really convenient to use them. International calling came along later after some trial and error. It did not take many years until almost every home had a telephone. We should have known we were becoming addicted to them when we started having them in almost every room in the house. After that next stage was cordless phones people were so fond of them, but they have some faults like call interference. As the years went by the mobile phone were the next big things in voice communication. You could walk around the house and have no worry about stretching the long curly cords we used to use. The mobile phones were really huge and were not always reliable when they first started being used, but people like businessmen who traveled a lot, saw right away that they were a

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