What would you like to do?
Could you set up a business catching people driving whilst on a mobile phone?
No, it must use a land based phone line.
Client may call you during out-office hours. Mobile phone is an alternative way of communication to clients aside from office phone.
You get addicted to it and never take your eyes off it, ever!!
These are the smart phones, iPhones, and other advance mobile phones that has an internet connection.
What is believed is that "signals can disrupt analysis". Though there is little or no proof, you can choose to or not to believe this. Like the common knowledge that "mobi…le phones can disrupt aeroplane control" which i think is a total lie but these are basically opinions, choose what you believe.
In business help and what is matter in business.it understand of the mobile phone and other help etc
Firstly - a disclaimer. I'm not a Policeman or a lawyer, or even particularly knowledgeable. However, I'm researching into something similar and so may be able to help... (E…DIT: I've now realised that site is mainly used by Americans - so this may not be much use. Sorry!) It would depend on what Section of the Road Traffic Act you are charged under. The offence under Section 41D of the Road Traffic Act 1988 (as amended by the Road Safety Act 2006) is that you are using a handheld device, and results in a statuary 3 points. The other one is an offence under section 3 (driving without due care and attention). The penalties for this are a fine, between 3 to 9 points, and even disqualification - plus you have to go to court... In the United States most states are still smart enough to realize that driving whilst using a phone is not an issue. A few left leaning states have felt the need to ban or limi ohone use. Texting is a far different issue though. Text messaging is a real problem and should ban banned everywhere.
Depends on what phone they're buying. You get discount buyers and brand buyers, just like in supermarkets. People are buying cheep phones because they need contact people and… they have little need for gadgets. Or perhaps its as simple as they cant afford to buy a smartphone. People buy expensive phones for a couple of reasons. -It may be that this phone offers something that another doesn't. -Its a social and life status symbol. They feel the need to be seen in a particular way.Even though know one really cares. -Some people just want the "best." whatever the best is really depends on the buyer. -Being part of a group helps people understand who they are. So they choose a phone that everyone else have. Its called social proof.
yes i have a boostmobile phone when i try to set up my voicemail i get a busy signal can you help me set up my voice mail
what effect could future use or developement of the cellphone technology have on bussiness or society
Nothing will happen
Their would of used letters to send to the person their wanted to contact.
You Cant Do it In Every Phone,Only 3G
When you sign up for a mobile phone, there is usually a local area (could be your entire state, or could be your entire country). When you are inside your local area, you do n…ot pay extra fees for long-distance connections. But if you travel outside your local area (could be to another state, or could be to another country), you are now "roaming" and your signal is bouncing off a different carrier, thus incurring long-distance call charges. Your phone company (Verizon, T-Mobile, ATT, GCI, etc) define the local area and what is considered roaming. This cannot be changed by the user. Talk to your phone company to find out what your local area is, and what charges will be incurred if you "roam".
The Blackberry brand is considered the best mobile phone for business. The physical keyboard on the phone is considered to be an asset for business people so they can quickly …and effectively answer emails and text messages.