A lot of people don't really know much about mobile manners.
Pamela Eyring, president of the Protocol School of Washington, has listed some do's and don'ts of mobile phone etiquettes, Stuff.co.nz reported.
When a person is engaged in a talk with others they should give them their undivided attention, avoiding texting or taking calls however, if a call is important, they should apologise and seek permission before accepting it.
People should be mindful of their volume while talking on a mobile phone.
A person should always silence and store their phone before they are seated for their supper and they should never even put their phone on the table.
A phone should always be kept on silent mode when it's owner is in universal quiet zones like the theatre, church, the library and funerals.
Texting and driving are a complete 'no no,' as there is no message that is so important.
The language should always be filtered while talking on the phone.
Personal space should be respected and people should try to keep at least three metres between them and others.