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Depends on a country. Mobile is popular as well.



I feel like when I think of "mobile", I can only see a European person saying it. In the US it's usually "phone" or "cell phone".


In the U.K. I'd say it's mobile and phone pretty much interchangeably (possibly more phone than mobile nowadays as proposed by ancestor comment). If anyone says cell phone then you can immediately spot that they're american.


Yeah. Mobile and cell are both popular in India , in that order




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