New Delhi: A baby cell, the latest version of a device that used to be a gift, is being used by parents for their children’s birthday parties.
According to reports, more than 10,000 baby cellphones were distributed to the general public in January.
The babies were not given names, and they were given a number of features, such as the ability to share pictures, make calls, send SMS messages, listen to music and play games.
This feature has been called a baby phone, and was not widely adopted, even in the developed world.
But for parents in India, the feature is a gift and it has become a symbol of independence and love, said Arvind Kumar, head of social media and digital marketing at Pahlaj Nihalani Group.
“The idea behind the baby cell is that we don’t want to go back to a cell phone that has a screen and buttons, and we don and are using the technology to keep our baby happy,” said Kumar, who is the head of marketing at a company called Babylock.
“It’s a new form of communication that is really interesting for families who are not very mobile.
They want to keep a close eye on their kids.”
Baby cell phones were introduced in India in 2009, when the country was still recovering from the 2008 global financial crisis, and have since been expanded to a number or even thousands of households across the country.
The use of baby phones for babies has been on the rise since the last time we had such a device, in 2007, said Kumar.
Baby cell phone owners now account for around 1.5 per cent of the Indian population, compared to around 3 per cent for people who have never owned a cell telephone.
While the phones are only for use by babies, they are also being used for everyday household chores.
“We are seeing people who are sharing pictures of their baby in the streets and putting it on Instagram,” said Bhavani, a resident of Mumbai.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and deputy chief minister for the eastern Uttar Pradesh state, Nitish Kumar, has also taken to social media to post photos of his baby daughter.
There are also videos being shared on social media showing the parents of babies, in the process of getting their phones out of their pockets and into the hands of their babies.
Babylock has been using its baby phone feature to distribute a total of 1,500 baby cellphone packages in India to households in Mumbai and Pune, according to a company statement.
However, it has also been spreading the word about the feature to the media in a bid to draw attention to it.
It is also working with other social media platforms to spread the news about the use of the technology, said PahlajNihalane, a company that is working with Indian media to create awareness about the baby phone.
In February, the company started offering baby cell service in the country through its website.
In India, parents who own a baby can have it as part of their monthly income.
A new baby phone was also introduced in the US for parents of small children last year, according to US authorities.
While it has been a long time coming for baby cell services, it has finally made it to the mainstream, said Bhagwat.
The baby phone is now being used widely across the world, said Singh, who runs the blog Babylocking.com.
Singh said he used the technology at home to help his daughter and niece, who are still living in India.
He said he was surprised to find that parents were using the baby cellphone to get through the day without taking notes or having the children take photos.
Baby cell service has been popular for years, and it is a trend that is becoming more and more mainstream in India as the baby boomers retire.
India has the largest population of baby boomen, making up about 7.5 million, and the Baby Cell phone is one of the most popular features, according a study published in the journal Child Development by India’s Centre for Science and Technology Policy.
For parents, the idea of having a baby in their pocket is appealing, said Rajesh, a mother of two in India who is also a journalist.
She said the feature makes it possible to make calls without being seen and that the phone is an alternative to having the child’s name on the device.
Singh also uses the Baby Phone feature at home.
Recently, she also got an iPhone, as she did not want to miss out on the baby smartphone.
When she heard about the Baby cell, she thought, this is a great idea,” she said.
Many parents, including Singh, are also using it for other purposes, such to share their news and videos.
However, Singh said she would have preferred a more