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    Quote Originally Posted by motoleo View Post
    Some people would say that it's like asking someone to put away their car for a week. Like, what's the point?

    Other people say they use it to manage their lives, but of you had a life you wouldn't have a smartphone. Isn't that ironic?
    Using something that makes life easier isn't not having a life... My smartphone does so much to make things easier for me that I usually do have it in my hands all the time, I also have quite an active life so that statement is a little false. To each their own, if it makes your life easier then rock on!
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    I'd like to take away my boss and coworkers' phones for a week so they could pick up the pace!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLiNK View Post
    Cell phone addiction test - are you addicted to your cell phone?

    i scored a 47% . not sure if that is good or bad
    I got addiction level of 26%, not bad.. I lost my phone for a month, i missed to call but i'm go playing on my laptop.
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    I could as long as had access to a dumbphone that would ring if someone needed me. I don't have a home phone and haven't had one in over 10 years. I have to have some sort of way for people to get in touch with me besides carrier pigeons and smoke signals.

    Edit: Took the quiz

    Cell phone addiction test result
    Your cell phone addiction level is 23%
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    Your cell phone addiction level is 20%

    Low or no addiction. Your relationship with cell phones seems to be perfectly normal, therefore you have nothing to worry about. Your answers denote that you comprehend the potentialities of cell phones but, at the same time, you are not subdued to them. You could probably live a serene life even if cell phone did not exist. This is surely good! Write us if you liked this test.
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    They put me at like a 48%. If they included more smartphone features, I would be way higher.
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    These responses surprised me. I mean, yeah, I'm dependent on it, but I could just snap right back to independent in a heartbeat. A smartphone is a convinient accessory, not a necessity.
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    Default I have done it for 2 weeks BUT

    I did it for two weeks but had to leave the country and did not want to be bother with SIM card . When I had a BB It was easier to travel over sea and switch SIMS. But I had to have my laptop with me.
    I beleive people or more Addicted to FACEBOOK. . I'm not I think its anti social and stuipt my opinion of course
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLiNK View Post
    seriously?! i cannot put it away for 1 hour let alone 1 week

    i have a problem. known fact
    Same here, BLiNK. Only I have a bigger problem, because I can't put my iPhone down for 2 minutes!

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