Comparing PDA Phones

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A report by the Federal Communications Commission said that there were about 1.3 million pay phones in the country in 2004, compared with 2.1 million in 1997. BellSouth has moved completely out of the pay-phone business and other local telephone companies are no longer installing pay phones, said Vincent Townsend, the president of the association and Pay-Tel Communications, a pay-phone provider in Greensboro (Way we Communicate 2006)...
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Today, pay phones are available generally at convenience stores and to a lesser degree at malls and hotels. Historically, the big users of pay phones have been transient business people, including sales and delivery people. But that portion of the population uses cell phones today, Townsend said. Experts said that between 30 percent and 50 percent of U...
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