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Beepers, also known as pagers in other parts of the world or 'pocket bell' for the Japanese, entered Japan in 1968 through the Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Public Corp.
Nicole Smith, of Beeper's, said: "We were all left starstruck really.
Additionally, the difference between the cost of beepers and the new cell phones per transporter was $27.81 per month.
It's OK to use the beepers in non-combat situations.
During Boston's Big Dig project, which rerouted much of the traffic through the heart of the city, including a major highway, people lodged more complaints about noise than about any other annoyance factor and far more complaints about backup beepers than any other noise source, says Erich Thalheimer, project's noise control officer and the lead noise engineer at Parsons Brinckerhoff, Boston.
The Upland G3 has 18 levels of momentary, six levels of constant, and a remotely activated beeper that can be turned on and off from the transmitter.
I went on the Eurotunnel train and where the assistant waves you precariously close to the car in front, the beepers were going mental and the noise deafening.
There are guns disguised as beepers and cell phones, plastic knives shaped like credit cards, stun guns in the form of pens and flashlights, even blowgun flutes and condom garrotes.
We bet the security men couldn't believe their luck when the 39-year-old saucepot set off all the beepers as she went through security.
But by 2004, funding cuts had eliminated all but one: Beepers, a 9-year-old Labrador who works with Detective Dave Beck in Medford.
The detectives were not required to remain at the police station, but they could not leave home unless they provided a forwarding number or owned a beeper. They testified that those who did not own beepers could not participate in outdoor activities, such as hunting or fishing; that none of them could leave town or go on vacation; that they could not go on family outings without taking two cars because of the possibility of being called to duty; and that they could not drink alcohol during the entire time period.
Do we use beepers? Do we look at the weather report?