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Part of the mission of All Tech Considered is to pay attention to how modern gadgets affect us as humans. We want you to help us understand this. So tell us: When did you realize your mobile phone was indispensable? Or, if you prefer, turn it around and tell us about a moment you wished you did not even have one.

To tell us your cellphone story, click on "Contact" at the bottom of the page (or click here). Put "Phone Story" in the subject line. Please send us no more than 100 words.

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