Mobile Madness

Mobile Madness

"My phone has a lot of software and new programs. It has a GPS map of Cambodia and I can use it to watch dvds or vcds. I copy them onto my laptop and convert them to digital files that I can move to my phone. It also looks really cool and I like the big screen."


Name: Saphan Ketekum
Age: 25
Education: Masters in TESOL
Phone type: Nokia N97 (over $1,500)

"The phone allows me to communicate with relatives and friends. I also play games on my phone sometimes. I can call people at school to talk about assignments or studying or just talk about whatever."


Name: Ken Hoon
Age: 24
Education: International relations
Phone type: Nokia 1200 (over 20$)

"It’s easy for me to slide it up and down and it is small enough to put it in my pocket. I can put music onto it from my computer and listen to it on headphones. I also use it as a dictionary for definitions of English words."


Name: Ouk Thearith
Age: 23
Education: Economic major
Phone type: Sony Ericsson F305 (over $100)

"The color and design of my phone is perfect. It’s pink and looks so cute. I can listen to music and use two sim cards in it. Having this phone in my life is the perfect way of connecting to people quickly. I can get information from anybody and I can also speak my mind to friends and my family."


Name: Khoma
Age: 24
Education: Study Banking in third year at (PST) and also work part time as an English teacher at Giving tree school located in Boeng Keng Kong.
Phone type: SUOXING (60$)

SIX WAYS TO MAX OUT YOUR MOBILE

Become a mobile blogger

Be a photo journalist

Find your location

Surf the web

Talk to your phone

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