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Keeping Your Cell Phone Calls Private

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May 31st, 2009

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The accessibility of a wireless phone makes getting in touch much easier, but also creates a difficulty in keeping your cell phone calls private. However, regardless of the type of wireless phone you have, you can still keep your conversations between you and the other party confidential.

  1. Even a basic cell phone model will allow you to correspond through text messaging. It’s a simple, discreet way to answer someone whether you’re making plans for the evening or responding to a work-related issue.
  2. If you have a multimedia phone, you can choose from an assortment of private communication methods including email, instant messaging or text messaging. In addition, use your multimedia phone to view more detailed information via attachment documents like Word and PDF files.
  3. Sometimes, getting a private message across in an efficient manner can be cumbersome. To facilitate easy typing whether you’re using short message service or email, a smartphone model with a full keyboard helps you type your communications quickly and easily.

Tip: How can I keep my mobile device communications private?
If you have a multimedia phone, you can choose from an assortment of private communication methods including email, instant messaging or text messaging.

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One Response to “Keeping Your Cell Phone Calls Private”

  • If I can’t rely on any privacy in these so called “smart phones” then I’ll go back to the land lines or even look for a few and far between phone booths to
    have a little piece of mind. It feels to me like Big Brother is always watching or monitoring. something to think about!

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