You have to go a long way to find people who don't own or use a mobile phone on a daily basis. The technology is seemingly woven into our everyday lives, and applications such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter feed the need to use the phone for more than just talking or texting. Indeed I feel 'naked' if the phone isn't in one of my pockets.
But mobile phones were scarce 30 years ago; people managed just fine with the humble corded phone... and before that without a phone at all. A recent BBC story has found that 'smartphones have made everyone seriously dull,' and I tend to agree.
So, with somewhat of a twist, appreciating just how glued we are to our handsets, could you comfortably give up the ubiquitous mobile phone for a week?
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