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Level 11: Motivator
Posts: 581
Registered: ‎27-05-2019

Re: You, your mobile, and your relationship with it

To directly answer the question, I tend to read the news on my phone at lunchtime but carry one because it's useful to have a phone so I can make and receive calls.

 

I have rarely forgotten it when going to work but if I do it doesn't really ruin my day as it would a lot of people.

Current tech used:
Samsung A40 on giffgaff, Core i7 9700F PC with Win 10 Pro. Apple Mac Mini late 2014 with Core i5 running 10.15
Home Internet Connection: Zen Internet Fibre To The Premises Full Fibre 2 76 Mbps Down/18 Mbps up (upgraded for homeworking),
I don't work for O2 but have an interest in networks (including mobile) and IT (which is how I earn my living)
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Level 29: Intuitive
Posts: 4,708
Registered: ‎03-08-2018

Re: You, your mobile, and your relationship with it

Thank you @techtamer 

Actually I was quite often in DetentionFantastic



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Level 7: Part Timer
Posts: 312
Registered: ‎08-03-2019

Re: You, your mobile, and your relationship with it

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I use mine a lot.
Too much? That's the question.
I buy the best as I use it to the full. It definitely helps my life as a tool.

I can step away from it quite easily. I don't check it during the night or anything like that.

I do like the idea of the zen mode on recent oneplus devices. Can't be overridden and only accepts phones calls from your emergency contacts for 30 mins and that's it.

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