ON PHONES, EMOTIONS AND THE TANTRUMS THAT RULE THEM
It’s a common Indian tendency to use things to their fullest. A great example of this is the humble TV remote. No matter how much it is in need of batteries, we still tend to keep whacking it to change channels. However, in time, there comes a point where it can’t be decided whether the remote is malfunctioning due to exhausted batteries or due to the constant hitting. So what do you think happens to our dear phones?
Our phones are a part of our lives in many ways. From the morning alarm to helping us keep in touch with friends, it plays a great role in our lives. Thus, it isn’t hard to believe the frustration caused if it stops working or starts malfunctioning. A dead battery is one of the most common reasons for a phone to stop working. Unfortunately apart from trying to conserve the battery as much as possible, there is little you can do to avoid this problem. Like in the case of the TV remote, a lot of people end up accidently breaking their phones in frustration, as they try to get it to work.
Sometimes it can only be a slight software problem or stuck buttons, which can be solved easily through a DIY tutorial or by giving your phone to a service centre. If you are a busy person, you can even log on to GoTango.in to get it repaired while you stay in office or relax at home.
Of course, throwing a fit over a malfunctioning phone just reached new heights when a woman had a breakdown on the Hong Kong MTR System over her phone’s dead battery. The video shows how emotional people have become towards their phones. No one likes having a malfunctioning or broken phone. However, getting too emotional is not the answer. Reacting angrily will only make your problem worse. Thus…..
What do you think of the video? Have you ever been in such a situation? Share it in the comments.
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