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Mobile phones have become an indispensable part of our daily lives. Discuss

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´╗┐Mobile Phones Mobile phones have become an indispensable part of our daily lives. Mobile phones play an important role in our daily lives. But why are they so popular? Almost everyone owns a mobile phone nowadays as they think that it is an essential tool. People without a mobile phone are thought of as eccentric. There must be reasons why we have become so dependent on mobile phones. Firstly, they are portable. Therefore, it is convenient for us to carry mobile phones and keep in contact with others at any time. ...read more.


Some people feel uncomfortable or handicapped without their mobiles as they have become a necessity in our daily lives. This is mainly due to the convenience of mobiles and their varied functions such as MP3 players, radios and games. Mobiles are not only a great time-saving device, but they are a source of entertainment too. On the other hand, there are disadvantages of using mobile phones, too. Although mobile phones are convenient, they can belost easily since they are quite small. Talking on mobile phones can also be expensive because we need to pay high roaming costs when we are overseas. ...read more.


People start to abuse mobile phones. This may affect the students at school as they may play games and send messages during lessons. Also, there are some places where there is no signal for the mobile phones so you can only make emergency calls, which is sometimes very inconvenient. In conclusion, I think that mobile phones are indispensable tools that we cannot live without, but we should avoid abusing them. Therefore, we should think carefully about the advantages and drawbacks before purchasing a mobile phone, and ask ourselves why we need a mobile phone and whether we will be able to use it responsibly. ...read more.

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