Although Tango takes all necessary precautions and ensures that it remains below the authorized level of electromagnetic wave emissions at all its sites, you can also take specific measures to further reduce your exposure.
Follow the tips below:
Keep a suitable distance
Exposure decreases very quickly with distance, even when it's only a few tens of centimeters. So when you make a call, you can use speaker mode or headphones instead of holding your device against your ear. When you're on the move, you can put your smartphone in a bag rather than in your pocket.
The logic is the same at home when it comes to your cordless phone, Internet modem or repeaters: finding the right place makes all the difference. In this case, the ideal place will be a central place in the house located more than one meter from the places where you spend much time: in your bed, at your desk, on your sofa, etc.
Good coverage means less waves
Contrary to what you might think, your device will emit less to connect to the network if it captures a strong Wi-Fi or 4G signal. Therefore, the more signal bars displayed on your device, the less strong your exposure to waves.
Smartphone: choose wisely and use it properly!
Favor devices with a good SAR value.
If you plan on traveling (e.g. by train or car), your smartphone will seek to connect to antennas along the way. This is not something to worry about, but if you download as much content (e.g. movies and music) as possible in advance, your phone will have less work to do. This solution is therefore more relaxed and also helps to preserve the battery during the journey!
Your smartphone also likes to rest: you can turn it off or put it in airplane mode when you don't need it. Do this especially at night if you leave it on your bedside table. Moreover, did you know that a restart always does your smartphone a whole lot of good?