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Cell phones are here to stay, and people are using them more and more for both business and private calls. With an increasingly connected society, it is becoming more and more important to know how to use these devices properly. The individuals at Info World,
(http://www.infoworld.com/articles/op/xml/00/05/26/000526opwireless....), provide us with ten rules to using your cell phone in a way that allows you to conduct business but as not to annoy everyone around you!

o If you are in a situation where you can not move away from others, (a bus, theater, meeting, dinner table) you should not be using your cell phone. No one wants to listen to your conversation and it is rude to force them to do so.
o If you use your phone for business, keep the ringer to a normal phone ring, not the latest Top 40 hit, or your favorite childhood song.
o Turn your cell phone off during public performances.
o You do not need more than one electronic device with you at a time. Either use your cell phone or your PDA, not both.
o Do not ever use your cell phone while driving. Pull over, and save yourself and your fellow drivers from a potentially dangerous situation.
o Especially when in a business situation, do not wear an earpiece or other attachment for your phone.
o Do not scream into your cell phone. You should be able to use your normal speaking voice, or do not make or receive a call. This prevents others from having to listen to your conversations.
o You do not need to have your cell phone with you everywhere. In fact, there are some places that a cell phone should never go- a hospital, house of worship, a classroom, etc.
o Do not try to show off all that your phone can do in a public place. It’s rude, unnecessary and people do not want to see that your phone has 47 ring tones.
o Do not take your phone out of your pocket, purse, or bag when in a meeting, at a meal, or other public venue just to hear it ring. Put it on vibrate or turn the ringer to a reasonable level that you can hear with it still safely tucked away in your pocket, purse or bag.

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Comment by Muhammad Ammar on January 7, 2010 at 12:50pm
Nice info to share but only for white!!!

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