How To Turn You Mobile Phone Into A Survival Tool [Infographic]

Cell phones today are amazing. You can watch HD movies while flying across the country. You can instantly talk face to face with someone half way across the globe. But did you know that a cell phoen is good for more than communication?

Let’s stay things turn nasty in your city. Think zombie attack or major superstorm. You’re left there cold and hungry. No matches, no fishing pole, no way to tell which way is north and south. What do you do? Find a few cheap cell phones and use it’s parts as a survival tool.

Source; T-Mobile

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