Some services, such as registering for an email, now ask for details about your mobile telephone. While this could add to your security, your mobile telephone is no different from a computer that is connected directly or through radio waves to the internet–the current remote connection is based on the WI-FI system: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wi-Fi.
You should be able to access your email even if you have not given anyone your mobile telephone number. However not registering your mobile telephone number does not mean that once you access your email: various information about your device (mobile telephone) will not be sent to the email supplier; and possibly third parties. In fact any website you visit (including to make payments) could potentially store information about you and your mobile telephone.
This information could be useful in politics, business, & marketing.
If used wisely it could even make your life a lot more fun. Large scale studies for example might make sure that products, and services you like are available when you need them. Of course businesses might be begging to talk to you if they know you want to buy something or make a journey ahead of time based on your previous actions–because such businesses will assure you that they have the best deal possible for you or something like that 🙂
Kiss and Tell, your mobile telephone knows where you have been for the past year (or longer) :
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