Until I retired, a couple of years ago, I traveled to, almost, every state in the union building restaurants or retail stores. I had to have a cell phone to keep in contact with my office, clients and wife. Now that I'm retired, I don't go to far from home. Just to the store, range, visit close friends or to a movie or out to eat with my wife. As much as I'm against anyone tracking my where about by my phone or any other means, I would have no problem leaving it at home when I went out and checking messages, text or missed calls when I returned home. I'm sure some of us remember the good old days when all we had were pagers and pay phones.