August 20, 2004
Phantom Phone Vibrations

This happens to me all the time:

Steven Garrity: "The phenomenon of experiencing a sensation of vibration in the pocket-region, leading one to believe their cell phone is vibrating. The sensation can be triggered by other vibrations, such as the engine in a car, but can also appear when no external stimuli is present."
Via Haiko

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Quoth the Dilbert:
Doctor: phantom pager syndrom? we can get rid of that
Dilbert: I don't want it gone, I just want it moved.

Posted by: Arcterex on August 20, 2004 08:07 PM

I experience it at least once a day as well and often times my phone is not even in my pocket. I have experienced it while walking sitting it realy doesn't seam to matter. I went on a trip this past weekend with two of my brothers and they experience the same thign. One of them experiences it in the opposite pocket where he keeps his phone. Both of them keep their phone in ring. I keep mine on vibrate. Why doesn't anyone but me seem to think this is bad. I also get headaches on the side of my head where I talk. I have since got a hoster and an ear piece for my cell phone. Is there any research that has been done on this?

Posted by: Garah on October 22, 2004 03:45 PM

nice to be seen

Posted by: Sasha on September 2, 2005 11:13 PM
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