Who says "cellphone" anymore? LOL
A lot of people say cellphone, especially when distinguishing from a landline, office phone, etc.
Yes, people do use the word cell phone, at least here in the US. "You used to call me on my cell phone. Late night when you need my love..." well, you know the rest. :p
In South Africa only the term 'cellphone' is used. The use of 'mobile' is unheard of.
I don't get it. What does everyone say now?
Just "phone". :)
There are so many different ways it is called in English. In Australia it would be a "mobile phone" or just a "mobile".
Nobody in the UK says cellphone or cell. We say mobile phone or mobile. Mobile was accepted as a translation.
Why is "cellular" incorrect in this sentence?
While not incorrect, technically, nobody really calls their cellphone a "cellular"
Its use may depend on the country , I think.
Not here, but I know in Mexico they do and it seems it may be used in Brazil as well.