mobile phone

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mobile phone

A portable telephone with wireless service from a cellular carrier. See cellphone, smartphone and mobile website.
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Based on the two factor authentication, the 3D Secure system sends a one-time password (and OTP) to your hand phone to validate that you are the person using your card in online transactions.
An HP is a mobile phone, abbreviated from the term hand phone, which rather confusingly refers only to mobile phones, never to stationary, hard-wired phones.
With a population where virtually everyone has at least one cell or hand phone as they are called here, no one would even think of not allowing cell phone use.
The use of handheld cellular telephones (henceforth referred to as hand phone; HP) has been on the increase, with more and more individuals using HPs because of the convenience they offer over other modes of telecommunication.
Analysts suggest media hype created by hand phone manufacturers has fuelled the initial market success of WAP-enabled mobile tools.
However, in WI.S.E.R case it can generate small amount of electricity that can be used for small electronics appliances like hand phone, power bank in vehicles.
Imagine an officer on every hand phone. The application may be activated while on the road driving or commuting.
"The victim was using a hand phone when the group passed by, and for which reason they suspected him of passing information to the military," Luwaran reported.
Singapore and Chicago, Apr 10, 2012 - (ACN Newswire) - DOCOMO interTouch, a premier technology company providing a comprehensive suite of solutions and network management services for the global hospitality industry and a wholly-owned subsidiary of NTT DOCOMO in Japan, is introducing "FREEDOM Check In" whereby travelers can use their mobile hand phone to bypass the hotel front desk and securely open their room doors.
The industry ministry has continued to encourage development of hand phone factories in Indonesia.
Angie added that the clips only had her in "action" as the man used his hand phone to record the sessions.