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GSM phone

A cellphone or smartphone that uses the GSM cellular system and TDMA air interface. In the U.S., AT&T and T-Mobile are GSM carriers. Contrast with CDMA phone. See GSM.
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It's a basic truth that if you own a phone that does not work on GSM technology, and you are leaving for one of the 200+ GSM countries, you will need to buy or rent a GSM phone.
The new range of GSM phones will be launched in Europe and the models are expected to enable the company to obtain a share of the European market.
The GSM phone module is the result of a partnership between Option and Handspring Inc, a company marketing the Visor line of hand-held computers.
InterVideo's superior MPEG-4 technology is the ideal multimedia codec solution for integration in our latest 8-megapixel GSM phone," said Winston Lee, Senior Manager of Marketing and Sales from Xcute Mobile Corporation.
By immediately enabling GSM phones with advanced voice service capability, we are delivering IMS capabilities to existing handsets today while conforming to emerging IMS standards for new networks," Lawler added.
IVT's CTP enabled Access points and GSM phone are in pre-production stage and IVT is ready to take sample orders.
Combined with the Nokia 5140 phone, the Nokia Mobile RFID Kit is the first GSM phone integrated product offering with RFID reading capability.
During 2004, Nokia will introduce a full range of push-to-talk capable GSM phones, including Symbian OS based smartphones.
Nasdaq:TQNT) today introduced a family of fully integrated GSM front-end modules for use in dual and tri-band, low profile GSM phones.
Our products and services include domestic and international cellular and satellite phone rentals, GSM service and sales of GSM phone equipment.
The service enables Xpedite's customers to upload any list of GSM phone numbers and a corresponding short text message for distribution.