Do not put your hundred bucks and efforts to waste. Take good care of your cellphone and follow the nine basic precautions that will help save your gadget. 1. When sending a message, making a call, or doing any cellphone activity, make sure that the gadget is not pointing towards a person or an animal because the radiation of the electronic device is high and very dangerous to living cells and other essential parts of the body system. Whenever you make or answer a call, use your headset or Bluetooth headset just to make sure that you and your health won’t be affected by the emission of harmful radiation. 2. For your headsets, it is better if you have the cotton ear covers so that you won’t be in pain after the headset stays on your ears for a long duration on your ears. 3. Upon purchasing a mobile phone in an accredited store, they usually sell it in packages with your cell phone with its important basic accessories like the headset, and the charger. When you plug your chargers to outlets, make sure that the amount of volts corresponds accordingly. Also, it is recommended that you use a charger that is suitable for your cellphone to avoid damage. In addition, if you do not have your charger with you and resort to borrowing from your friend, make sure that the connector has the same shape with your mobile phone outlet for charging. 4. Refrain from placing it above or near hot surfaces like on the top of the refrigerator or a functioning component or television. If you do not want to use it for a period of time, keep it inside a case, or place it inside a safe area where it won’t be crushed by heavy objects. 5. When you go to a public comfort room, leave your cell phone to the person you are with and you trust. Do not bring it inside the comfort room or worse, inside the cubicle. There are chances and possibilities that you might drop it inside the bowl. When you are just at home, do not get too much excited with the message you have just received when nature calls. Leave your phone in a safe place outside the comfort room, and attend to it after you finish your personal “thing”. 6. Avoid exposing your phone to a big crowd, especially when your mobile phone is an eye-catcher and an expensive one at that. This will surely entice thieves. Thus, if you want to attend to your cell phone, make sure that you are in a safe place first. 7. Charge your batteries if and only if it shows the sign “Battery Low”. But, do not wait up until it signals “Battery Empty”. 8. Clean the housing and the keypad of your cellphone at least once a week. 9. If you need to give your cellphone to another person who is meters away from you, do not pass it on the air but hand it to him or her carefully and surely.