Mobile Phone Social Manners

7 Oct

Most of us have our own mobile phones, make some calls and text messaging anywhere and anytime, but did you know Angels Mobile Areathat there is some etiquette when using our cell phones out in the public?  This are exist because some folks are complaining when some people taking calls in the public, also check the cellular country complaints. There a few things to not just dial from where you are.

I will give you some suggestions when using your mobile phone. This will take stress away for you,  to the person on the other line and also to your surroundings.

    • Be aware of your surroundings and if you have a business call take it into a private area that no one will bothers you. You can talk and hear clearly what on the other side will tell about.  Remember that you do not own the public place which you can accept calls are make a call freely with a loud voice.
      Do not talk sensitive  while in the public places, people have different attitudes if your not believing well thank me then when someone slap your face.
    • When if you are in the restaurant its not good when one or both of you taking a calls. You are there to eat not to call, you can have your call after you eat. When you think you have an emergency call and you really need to pick it up go outside in private. You better think twice before answering because again you are in the restaurant and obviously you are there to eat and not to make phone calls.
    • I saw many people talk while walking well – Don’t talk while walking.  I’m not telling that it is really bad to talk in your mobile phone while walking as long as it is emergency, but if your friend is calling and just telling his crush is beside her well you better turn it off, you can chat with here as long as you guys see each other.
    • Do not use the speaker phone or loudspeaker in the public; obviously you will catch more people’s attention especially when you are riding the bus or train.

I hope I did not offend someone, I’m just suggesting according to my own experience while in the public places. These suggestions are very simple and you can practice it. Be polite and humble.


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