Mo­bile us­age must be in limit

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - FARAH IQBAL

One might say that there are many ad­van­tages of mo­bile phones nowa­days and there is no doubt about that. The main ad­van­tages is the mo­bil­ity fac­tor, you can carry your phone ev­ery­where with­out miss­ing a call, es­pe­cially the im­por­tant ones. With ad­van­tages there are dis­ad­van­tages as well. A mo­bile phone is not nec­es­sar­ily ad­van­ta­geous at all the times; some­times you are more ca­pa­ble with­out mo­bile phones. But if you look at it, mo­bile phones re­ally did make life eas­ier and more con­ve­nient. Some­times this con­ve­nience may be­come a dis­ad­van­tage. Mo­bile phones make you a tar­get for people who are in need and will prob­a­bly rob you. Most of the mar­keted mo­bile phones are quite ex­pen­sive and this mo­ti­vates and in­cites the crim­i­nals to steal them. Mo­bile phones are the most vul­ner­a­ble and eas­i­est way to snatch and thieves would love to get them off your hands. You have to be care­ful with it. Should you lose it some­where, you can­not find it eas­ily. Mo­bile phones are a great in­ven­tion and al­most a per­fect tech­no­log­i­cal break­through. Nev­er­the­less, do not be fooled by these small and beau­ti­ful in­ven­tions be­cause they carry danger within them. But still, mo­bile phones are some­thing we can­not live with­out, and we bet you do too. — Via email

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