Cell Phones for Travel as encountered and explained by a world traveler.

Cell Phones for Travel

Cell Phones for Travel as encountered and explained by a world traveler.



Travel Annals or Chronicle Missives written by Andy Graham of HoboTraveler.com a Writer who Travels...:

Cell Phone for Travel - Carrying a cell or mobile phone when traveling the planet is a challenge, this page is devoted to helping people understand all the problems and solutions.

NAMES FOR CELL PHONES
- Cellphone
- Cell Phone
- Mobi
- Wireless Phone
- Handy
- Mobile Phone

NAMES FOR SIM CARD
- Chip
- SIM

DANGERS OF BREAKING THE PHONE
- When the phone is charging a person trips over the wire and pulls it onto the floor.
- Placing the phone in your front pants pockets it can fall out and hit the concrete floor


DANGERS OF LOSING THE PHONE
- Placing phone in front pants pockets, it can fall out into the seat of taxi, bus or plane.

DANGERS OF HAVING THE PHONE STOLEN
- Spain is an especially dangerous country
- Placing in open bag, although it is convenient to leave open, zip or close the bag.

Please submit comments or links explaining how to carry a cell phone when being a global traveler.

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