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Task 3: In this task I have been asked to: (a) Research the advantages and disadvantages of using a mobile phone in the DJ business. I must use a variety of reference resources, including the internet. (b) I will produce an information leaflet for Mourice and Joanna listing the advantages and disadvantages of using a mobile phone. (C) I will produce a separate list detailing the reference resources used in my research. Task A: I have been researching a variety of references including books, internet etc about the advantages and disadvantages of using a mobile phone. Shown below are references for advantages and disadvantages for mobile phones in a DJ business. Reference: (OCR National level 2 business book) The advantages of using a mobile phone is a DJ business are: � All employees can keep in touch at all times � Staff have easy and quick contact with customers - those who are out on the road can be contacted by customers: for example, if a ...read more.

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� No deposit required means you don't have to pay the phone company in advance to receive the phone; you will get it on the day. � No monthly rental fee for some phones whereas others you can pay for the whole price of mobile phone. �No termination fee if you decide not to use your phone again �A large selection of phones available including camera cell phones, internet phones and mp3 phones etc. �Always in control of call costs, because you decide how many minutes you want on your phone if you have a contract. Reference:(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_mobile_phone_standards) The advantages of using a mobile phone is a DJ business are: �GSM is mature; this maturity means a more stable network with robust features. �Less signal deterioration inside buildings. �Ability to use repeaters. �Talk time is generally higher in GSM phones due to the pulse nature of transmission. The availability of Subscriber Identity Modules allows users to switch networks and handsets at will. ...read more.

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The disadvantages of using a mobile phone in a DJ business are: � Mobile phones can be very expensive to buy especially ones which offer WAP capability � There are various packages and is very confusing and if people do not choose their mobile phone service carefully, they could find it is very expensive way to communicate. � Mobile phones can be very intrusive and people can become frustrated when they are used in public places because of the constant ring tones as well as being forced to listen to someone else's conversation. � Businesses may be paying a great deal of money by enabling their staff to have instant and quick communication but some employees may be tempted to abuse the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_mobile_phone_standards: The disadvantages of using a mobile phone in a DJ business are: � Mobile phones can be very expensive to buy especially ones which offer WAP capability � There are various packages and is very confusing and if people do not choose their mobile phone service carefully, they could find it is very expensive way to communicate. ...read more.

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