65 Mobile Phone Quotes On Success In Life

These mobile phone quotes will inspire you. A mobile phone, cellular phone, cell phone, cellphone, handphone, or handphone, sometimes shortened to simply a mobile, cell, or just phone, is a portable telephone that can make and receive calls over a radio frequency link while the user is moving within a telephone service area.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging mobile phone quotes, mobile phone sayings, and mobile phone proverbs.

Best Mobile Phone Quotes

  1. “As a result, we will continue to see more innovation on the Internet and on mobile phones than on consoles.” ~ Trip Hawkins
  2. “Mobile phones are misnamed. They should be called gateways to human knowledge.” ~ Ray Kurzweil
  3. “Mobile phones amplify human talents for cooperation.” ~ Howard Rheingold
  4. “We believe that within five years, 96 percent of British consumers will have access to the Internet, whether it be through a personal computer, a set-top box or a mobile phone.” ~ Richard Branson

  5. “I want to be buried with a mobile phone, just in case I’m not dead.” ~ Amanda Holden
  6. “It used to be that we imagined that our mobile phones would be for us to talk to each other. Now, our mobile phones are there to talk to us.” ~ Sherry Turkle
  7. “Mobile phones … they’re not for communicating, they’re for broadcasting. Broadcasting The Show Of Me.” ~ Adam Nevill
  8. “Having access to mobile phones and being able to document your own life brings people together.” ~ Robyn

  9. “We try to ‘self-medicate’ ourselves against boredom with mobile phones in any given moment of free time.” ~ Alex Bogusky
  10. “The Muslim women that I have met are super-powerful and amazing and smart and they are, they’re not allowing themselves to be held back by the laws that exist. And you know, the Internet exists now, and mobile phones are freeing up stuff. I have a really good friend who’s from Iran and a really good friend who’s from Kuwait, and they talk about getting music on the black market and how that’s such an intense, amazing experience. And how they value the music so much more, because it’s such a risk to own it.” ~ Larkin Grimm
  11. “Everyone on the set has a mobile phone, and I found by pushing a few buttons, they could be programmed into different languages. I fixed Robbie’s Coltrane to speak in Turkish.” ~ Daniel Radcliffe
  12. “Because of technology, we don’t develop telepathy. We don’t use telepathy, but use, you know, the mobile phones. Why?” ~ Marina Abramovic

  13. “The mobile phone is very dangerous. If you’re walking and looking at your phone, you’re not walking – you’re surfing the internet.” ~ Mohsin Hamid
  14. “Inexpensive phones and pay-as-you go services are already spreading mobile phone technology to many parts of that world that never had a wired infrastructure.” ~ Howard Rheingold
  15. “Think what we would have missed if we had never … used a mobile phone or surfed the Net — or, to be honest, listened to other people talking about surfing the Net.” ~ Queen Elizabeth II
  16. “Sending a message on a mobile phone is not the most natural of ways to communicate. The keypad isn’t linguistically sensible.” ~ David Crystal

  17. “Everywhere you go, people have recorded or captured events in real time on their mobile phones. It becomes one of the first questions you ask when you go in to investigate something.” ~ Jeremy Scahill
  18. “More and more we’re negating the validity of first-hand experience of people from other countries and other cultures… whether it’s on TV, the Internet, mobile phones or whatever – the world system we live in so values second-hand information.” ~ Nitin Sawhney
  19. “Before mobile phones, I used to call my parents from a phone box and reverse the charges.” ~ Tamara Ecclestone
  20. “At the start of 2005 the idea of downloading a song to a mobile phone was an idea, by the end of the year it was a reality.” ~ John F. Kennedy

  21. “Between now and when we graduate next year there are at least ten weeks’ holiday and five random public holidays. There’s email and if you manage to get down to the town, there’s text messaging and mobile phone calls. If not, the five minutes you get to speak to me on your communal phone is better than nothing. There are the chess nerds who want to invite you to our school for the chess comp next March and there’s this town in the middle, planned by Walter Burley Griffin, where we can meet up and protest against our government’s refusal to sign the Kyoto treaty.” -Jonah Griggs” ~ Melina Marchetta
  22. “When you get a mobile phone it is almost like having a card to get you out of poverty in a couple of years.” ~ Muhammad Yunus
  23. “For his thirtieth birthday he had filled a whole night-club off Regent Street; people had been queuing on the pavement to get in. The SIM card of his mobile phone in his pocket was overflowing with telephone numbers of all the hundreds of people he had met in the last ten years, and yet the only person he had ever wanted to talk to in all that time was standing now in the very next room.” ~ David Nicholls
  24. “We once believed we were auteurs but we weren’t. We had no idea, really. Film is over. It’s sad nobody is really exploring it. But what to do? And anyway, with mobile phones and everything, everyone is now an auteur.” ~ Jean-Luc Godard

  25. “Until relatively recently, mass political movements were still about basic rights of food, shelter, education and self sufficiency. The reasons fewer people vote these days, or turn up for political meetings, is that for the vast majority of us those rights have been fulfilled. These days it’s in the adverts for mobile phones or foreign holidays where phrases like “Join the Revolution!” and “Cry Freedom!” are bandied about for a generation which knows nothing of their provenance. Just as now we have luxury illnesses to replace real ones, so now we have luxury politics.” ~ John Diamond
  26. “Life will be much more exciting when we stop creating applications for mobile phones and we start creating applications for our own body.” ~ Neil Harbisson
  27. “It’s hard to say conversation has become a minimal thing, because look at the rise of mobile communications in the last 10 years. It used to be only the President had a mobile phone. Now everyone on earth, even if they have nothing else, they have a cell phone. It’s a larger anthropological shift in my mind than even the tattoo age in the United States.” ~ Padgett Powell
  28. “Yelp is in a very nice spot: local data, and especially review data, is one of the killer apps on mobile phones.” ~ Jeremy Stoppelman

  29. “Today one can read the Gospel also on so many technological instruments. You can carry the whole Bible on your mobile phone, on your tablet. It is important to read the Word of God, by any means, but by reading the Word of God: Jesus speaks to us there! And welcome it with an open heart. Then the good seed will bear fruit!” ~ Pope Francis
  30. “Data is gathered all the time. Just take your mobile phone. Geo-location data collected by your (mobile phone service) provider is not just about your movements. It’s about who you are with and what you will do next.” ~ Daniel Suarez
  31. “In the era of mobile phones and emails, you’re no more out of the loop in China than you are in Sydney.” ~ Tony Abbott
  32. “I was playing in the juniors at Wimbledon I forgot to turn my mobile phone off. It was lying there in my bag and it rang in the middle of a match, and it was one of my friends from school saying, ‘Murray, you’re on the telly!’ I learnt from that. I now put my phone on silent.” ~ Andy Murray
  33. “A mobile phone needs a manual in the way that a teacup doesn’t” ~ Douglas Adams

  34. “I always cheerfully say, “Well, you know, the species is adapting, and whatever it needs to do, it’ll do,” but I do think it’s maybe a little bit alarming. Everybody knows that one thing we really have to do is to be more wherever we are, more present, that’s just kind of a commonplace. And the whole mobile phone thing is completely 100% the opposite – to never be where you are because you can always be somewhere else; and yet it’s so fun and addictive.” ~ George Saunders
  35. “Then you get these articles about how unhealthy life is in the city. You know; mobile phone tumours – far more likely in the city. Well you know what, so is everything else! Including sex, coffee and conversation.” ~ Dylan Moran
  36. “We use similar products. Our focus industry is healthcare and hospitality. But we haven?t done anything interactive. The first day full of seminars is full of things I thought would be useful: quick service restaurant and mobile phone applications. Businesses are providing more services and products by self-service means.” ~ Milton Jones
  37. “I love the energy and the knowledge. I barely know how to use this thing [mobile phone]. I get by.” ~ Naomi Watts

  38. “Power is not just for TV sets and charging mobile phones. This electricity is critical to the industrial development of this area. If there is electricity, small scale industry will grow.” ~ Narendra Modi
  39. “I don’t have a Facebook page. I don’t use Twitter. I don’t give anyone a lot to grab onto. Sometimes, I even take out the battery of my mobile phone so that I can’t be localized.” ~ Daniel Suarez
  40. “When thinking about how to deploy kind of professional and social networking into your business, it’s really not a question of if, it’s a question of when. And the reason is, just think about the fact that those businesses that adopt new technologies to operate efficiently and use them to get a competitive edge are the businesses that in fact, you know, it becomes one more competitive advantage. Whether it’s a fax machine or a mobile phone or a new way of doing financing or any of these things, you know, these are key things to do.” ~ Reid Hoffman
  41. “A good story remains a good story, whether it is on glossy paper or a mobile phone display, is carved into marble tablets or appears as a Bild headline.” ~ Mathias Dopfner

  42. “Smart mobile phones connect you with 1 billion users worldwide, basically for free – you don’t pay for the phone, you don’t pay for the Internet, you don’t pay for the wireless connectivity. Social networks let you add a new customer or a new agent, again for free.” ~ Geoffrey Moore
  43. “Anyway, yes, telephones but not mobile phones, fish and chips still wrapped in actual newspaper and still with some kind of flavour, people visiting each other without having to consult their appointment diaries, not being able to record anything from the television; if you missed it you missed it – these were all the kinds of thing that made up the normality of the seventies.” ~ Quentin S. Crisp
  44. “I suddenly realized I was getting ten opening notes a day on my mobile phone, more than when I was in New York. But this is China, where nothing is surprising.” ~ Ai Weiwei

  45. “In Africa it’s difficult to carry the money, it’s difficult to have a banking system with tellers, with distribution of cash. So they are using their mobile phones.” ~ Maurice Levy
  46. “Many students don’t really like it (fashion). If they don’t like it, they won’t be able to tell you who the stylists are or the photographers. If they say they can’t remember the names but they recognize the work, I’ll say that’s bullshit because if you were selling mobile phones, you’d know all about the phones’ features and tariffs.” ~ Louise Wilson
  47. “The mobile phone, the fax, emails. Call me old fashioned, but what’s wrong with a chain of beacons?” ~ Harry Hill
  48. “Inspiration hits me at the most annoying times. Like when I am on my bicycle going back home from the studio at 3 a.m.. I’ve many crackly recordings into my mobile phone practically inaudible from the wind rushing into the handset!” ~ Imogen Heap

  49. “Imagine if for years your habit is to use the phone when you’re having a massage on the bed, even one minute before going out to train? For 25 days I accepted this, because my first priority was to work on the field. However, I’ve said that from now if someone comes inside with a mobile phone, even in their bag, I’ll throw it in the North Sea. They’re banned.” ~ Paolo Di Canio
  50. “There may be rhetoric about the socially constructed nature of Western science, but wherever it matters, there is no alternative. There are no specifically Hindu or Taoist designs for mobile phones, faxes or televisions. There are no satellites based on feminist alternatives to quantum theory. Even that great public sceptic about the value of science, Prince Charles, never flies a helicopter burning homeopathically diluted petrol, that is, water with only a memory of benzine molecules, maintained by a schedule derived from reading tea leaves, and navigated by a crystal ball.” ~ Simon Blackburn
  51. “The brand is only as good as your products, so.. if people have a good experience on Virgin Atlantic or if they have a good experience on Virgin trains or.. if they have a Virgin mobile phone and they can get straight through to our people and they’re well looked after and then they’ll try the next product that we launch.” ~ Richard Branson
  52. “Old women with mobile phones look wrong.” ~ Peter Kay

  53. “In 1999, I said that in about a decade we would see technologies such as self-driving cars and mobile phones that could answer your questions, and people criticized these predictions as unrealistic.” ~ Ray Kurzweil
  54. “I am very aware of the fact that it’s highly unlikely anyone will write an article via their mobile phone. I’ve done it, but it’s painful. And it’s not just about the small keyboard and the small screen – though that’s awful. It’s the emotional experience of writing an article.” ~ Sue Gardner
  55. “Knowledge comes from our senses, extend our senses and we extend our knowledge. Let’s stop building apps for mobile phones and start building apps for our bodies.” ~ Neil Harbisson
  56. “I think to be a rich and successful person in Roman society would be pretty fabulous. They had all of the comforts we want now – central heating, baths, medicine. If I could choose not to indulge in all the things they did I don’t agree with, then I could be perfectly comfortable without a mobile phone, computer or anything.” ~ Martin Shaw
  57. “Twitter is about the democratization of access to a platform that allows anyone in the world – who has a mobile phone and access to SMS – to have a voice and be heard.” ~ Shailesh Rao

  58. “Microsoft Mobile Oy is a legal construct that was created to facilitate the merger. It is not a brand that will be seen by consumers. The Nokia brand is available to Microsoft to use for its mobile phones products for a period of time, but Nokia as a brand will not be used for long going forward for smartphones. Work is underway to select the go forward smartphone brand.” ~ Stephen Elop
  59. “The best mobile phone had the best mathematician. They know how to fit a huge amount of data into a small amount of space. How to do things efficiently, how to do them cleverly.” ~ Marcus du Sautoy
  60. “My mobile phone battery runs out all the time because all the messages come straight to me.” ~ Ed Balls
  61. “The advent of the mobile phone was a disaster. We are forced to listen, open-mouthed, to other people’s intimate conversations. Increasingly, we are all in our virtual bubbles when we are out in public, whether we are texting, listening to iPods, reading or just staring dangerously at other people.” ~ Lynne Truss
  62. “Twitter is about the democratization of access to a platform that allows anyone in the world – who has a mobile phone and access to SMS – to have a voice and be heard.” ~ Shailesh Rao

  63. “Motorola has led the mobile phone industry in turning our vision of low- cost, yet quality, handsets for the developing world into a reality. In so doing, Motorola has played a major role in transforming the mobile phone from a luxury item for the few into an affordable tool for the many.” ~ Rob Conway
  64. “Mobile phones are the only subject on which men boast about who’s got the smallest.” ~ Neil Kinnock
  65. “The table was her stage. The mobile phone was the microphone. And the new moon was the spotlight. That kind of magic only Nana could make it happen.” ~ Ai Yazawa

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