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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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Competition from wireless phones and long-distance calling cards has driven down the number of public telephones by more than 300,000 since 1998, from 2.
The PG330 builds on Axesstel's dual-band GSM fixed wireless phone portfolio including the PG210 for markets in Western Europe and Latin America and the PG220 for Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East.
The 3Com[R] 3108 Wireless Phone enables users to roam a building or campus environment and stay connected with customers, partners and co-workers while utilizing VoIP, wireless email and data applications.
If it is necessary to use a wireless phone while driving, CTIA-The Wireless Association(R) and the wireless industry encourages drivers to follow some basic do's and don'ts to ensure that your wireless phone doesn't become a distraction:
In 2001 Sprint launched Sprint Project Connect, a wireless phone donation and recycling program, to raise charitable funds while providing an environmentally friendly way to dispose of used wireless phones.
Luxor guests who provide their wireless phone number can receive a text message when they arrive in the Las Vegas area inviting them to pre-register using their wireless phone.
It also includes results of a consumer survey of wireless phone users on their use of and preferences regarding wireless camera and camcorder phones.
Willingness to Spend for Wireless Phone Features (Base: Planning to Purchase Next Wireless Phone Within Two Years)
Marking its 10th year in 2005, HopeLine today collects wireless phones and accessories from any wireless service provider, and then refurbishes the phones or recycles them in an environmentally friendly way.
T Executive Summary Methodology Introduction Overall Results Consumer Profiles-Likelihood to Replace Landline with a Wireless Phone Marital Status Residence Location Gender Size of Household Education Levels Technology Enablers Wireless Substitution Forecasts Summary and Conclusions
HopeLine(R), which marks its 10th anniversary in 2005, was the nation's first wireless phone collection program run by a service provider.

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