Would you like your cell phone to help you climb Everest?


Samit Madan is an advertising professional with over 25 years of experience. He's also known as the MediaWizard due to his expertise in all related industry verticals including design, promotions, brand development, corporate communications, printing, web development and search marketing. He currently heads MediaWiz, a leading Media Publishing and Services Company.

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12 Responses

  1. Adam says:

    A cell must have games and apps!!! Why not? Long battery is good.

  2. Daniel says:

    With tech making cameras and apps better and smaller, having it all on one gadget works for me.

    • MediaWizard says:

      Yes, but with all the ‘better and smaller’, the primary function of the phone isn’t really upto spec! Once they sort that out, everything else will matter.

  3. Diane says:

    We get no coverage at all at our office. Where can we find this mythical mobile phone? Nice article!

  4. Raymond Hackney says:

    The points you make are valid but the mobile companies know the money is in the data. Look I have people including my own little sister who I am tight with, who will not talk on the phone. Her and a friend will text for two hours when the phone call could get everything done in 15 minutes, she is in her 30’s and her friend is like 46.

    People want the phone to be a computer on the go, a virtual assistant, I talk to more people every day that tell me email or text, I will not talk on the phone, and I am doing work for them.

    • MediaWizard says:

      Thanks for your views Ray, messaging is very much a part of what I require, but it’s not the be all… and I hate having conversations cut short due to network unavailability.

      As for getting it done in 15 minutes, that would probably be open to debate, lol. And it isn’t probably possible if both are working.

      The ‘phone-as-a-computer’ is something I find overkill, given the long hours we spend on the computer in any case.

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  7. Drew says:

    U make calls with your cell… who does that?

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  9. MediaWizard says:

    Seems Eric Borgos has recently written an article about a related subject too – http://www.impulsecorp.com/how-the-iphone-changed-my-life