Newark, DE (PRWEB) September 19, 2008
Citing extensive misuse of Cell Phones in public and private places, Cell Phones.org (http://cellphones.org) released today The Official Guide To Cell Phone Etiquette, a comprehensive guide on what to do with your cell phone in public and private settings.
"We felt that there was a void that needed to be filled. Everybody has a cell phone these days, and they use them everywhere - In meetings, at the movies, on a date. It's incredibly rude, and people have no concept of when they should use their phone, and when they should keep it off and tucked away. We decided that something had to be done, so we published the guide as a resource for cell phone users at large," said Elise Mven Editor for Cell Phones.org.
The Guide covers many common situations and dictates common rules for Cell Phone usage in a variety of situations and answers a number of common questions such as:
- Is it rude to send a text message underneath the table on a date?
- Can I answer my cell phone during dinner?
- Is texting and checking email ok during a movie or play?
- If I'm in the car, can I talk while I'm driving?
"The Official Guide to Cell Phone Etiquette is designed to be a resource for Cell Phone users everywhere, answering common questions and finally putting to rest the debate of what's ok and what's not for the most common situations," added Mven.
The Official Guide to Cell Phone Etiquette is free and available at http://cellphones.org/guides/the-ultimate-guide-to-cell-phone-etiquette
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