No Messing With 'Mr.-In-Between'

Houghton, Michael T.
October 2003
Wireless Week;10/1/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 20, p36
Trade Publication
Expresses an opinion of how wireless phones improve the quality of people's lives. Example which illustrates the safety, security and convenience that wireless phones offer consumers; Uses of a wireless phone; Negative aspects of cellular phones.


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