It is a fact that mobile phones have become an important part of everyday life. There are many people who feel incomplete without their mobile phone. People used to avoid using mobile phones and use landlines instead because of the higher cost of mobile phones, but the cost of using a mobile phone has come down in past few years allowing everybody to use their phones without having to worry about a big bill. Now the question arises, could mobile phones replace landlines?
The money you spend on a mobile phone contract does seem worthwhile when compared to the benefits you get while using it. But some people may find landline phones better than mobile phones when it comes to getting access to the internet or broadband, though mobile broadband is gradually improving day by day.
Mobile Phone Technology
One can use mobile phones to enjoy different kinds of activities related to communication including TV, Video Streaming, Music, Internet Browsing, Emails, Games and a lot more, which, of course, is not possible through a landline. People can easily have these services wherever and whenever they want through mobile phones. These small handsets also offer peace of mind as they are always with you so are handy for an emergency.
A mobile phone lets you stay connected with your family and friends round-the-clock which is definitely not possible through landlines. Features like an alarm clock, camera, calculator, notepad, telephone index and many others all help users with their day to day activities. Different kinds of applications in mobile phones have made it quite easy for people to keep pace with the hi-tech world.
Landline Phone Technology
How Did We Manage Without Mobile Phones?
Mobile phones have made it possible for everybody to contact their family members or friends whenever they want. You can send emails, SMS, MMS to whoever you want to send it to in no time. You can also receive calls anytime while watching a movie or taking a bath or jogging in some nearby park. The portability of mobile phones makes all of this possible. These smart gadgets have definitely revolutionised the way we communicate.
Only Mobile Phones Have Cameras
I think it will be a while yet before a landline becomes optional though; cost-wise a mobile phone will break your bank if you use it like a land-line, and there are still people who have no mobile phone. For now we need both.