Thursday, July 08, 2004

Sprint's Rules of Cellphone Ettiquette

This is pretty good stuff, thanks to Jarvis for the link.


"Let your voicemail take your calls when you're in meetings, courtrooms, restaurants and other busy areas. If you must speak to the caller, excuse yourself and find a secluded area where you can talk.

Don't display anger during a public call. Conversations that are likely to be emotional should be held where they will not embarrass or intrude on others."

Is cellphone usage in a courtroom a common problem? Exactly what kind of loud, angry, criminal customer does Sprint market to?


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