December 9, 2005, Newsletter Issue #25: Cellphone Tips from Lifetips.com!

Tip of the Week

Cell phones contain valuable information and should be protected. Think about it! Most mobile phones have important phone numbers, email addresses, and other contact information stored in them. Not to mention text messaging, digital photo and video, and Internet access. All of these items contain personal information that should be protected.

Just as a person would lock up the valuables in their home they should lock up their cell phone. This isnít to say that they should lock it in a box and store it away but rather to use the locking function found on all mobile phones that allows the user to lock the features on their phone with a password.

As soon as a phone is received it can be set-up with a password. The password should not be shared with anyone and should be changed periodically to ensure the security of the phone. Make sure to enable this feature at all times on the phone because one never knows when the phone may be lost, stolen, or just misplaced. Locking a phone can help provide the user with a sense of security in the event something should happen to it. Of course, if something should happen to the phone, it should be reported to the carrier as missing immediately.

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