The digital world has succeeded in making us all smartphone users in one way or another. Many of us are now accustomed to using our phone lines for identity control and security measures in the digital world. So, might it be the right time to use a second line and a second phone?
Once upon a time, people who carried two different mobile phones preferred this method to separate their work and private phones in between their busy work. But after the digital world made us all smartphone owners, dual sim phones eliminated the need for this second phone line for a while.
However, with the shift of communication from phone lines to the Internet, the fact that we organize our meetings from applications such as WhatsApp and Zoom, we manage our bank accounts from the applications on our phones, and of course, our surfing activities on the web have largely shifted to mobile devices, other drawbacks of using a single phone device have begun to emerge.
In most cases, mobile communication applications are not very good at switching between two different phone numbers on the same phone, and security inquiries can be a burden when switching accounts. In some cases, we even experience situations where we witness that the files of correspondence are mixed with each other because the archive files of the accounts opened for two different phone numbers are stored in the same folder on the device.
On the other hand, there are security problems. Serious security vulnerabilities may occur in our phone, which we use intensively and which only surfs the internet, receives and sends files for work. Logging into bank accounts via this device also poses a certain risk.
These are the reasons why there is a rapid increase in the number of people who prefer a second phone for secure transactions or personal correspondence.
Many people want to separate their professional life from their personal/private space and find it logical to use a second phone device for different security reasons.
Of course, in a period when phone prices are rising rapidly, although this investment is not suitable for every budget, manufacturers who offer affordable but powerful Android phones should not be missed.
Source: PCnet by www.pcnet.com.tr.
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