I've noticed several news sources saying that Pay telephones are becoming obsolete because many people have Cellular telephones. I don't think that's really reasonable, since Cellular telephones are somewhat expensive, and it's a little unfair for them to expect everyone to have one. Also, for the people who can't even afford home phones, cutting out Pay Phones removes their only link to communication. And several major services require (or plan to require) you to use telephones or the Internet to access them. The point is, it's unreasonable to expect everyone to be able to have access to technology such as Telephones or Computers, because if a person were struggling to pay for living expenses, how can they be expected to worry about additional commodities? Do they just not think about that, and expect everyone to have plenty of money? It just seems a little insensitive. (Note that I currently have a home Internet connection and telephone, and don't have to worry about this myself, therefore I am committing no violations of Ethos.)
What do you think? Is it reasonable to just expect people to be able to afford such things on a minimal budget?