Cell phones ring at register

Heller, Laura
June 1999
Discount Store News;6/21/99, Vol. 38 Issue 12, p25
Trade Publication
Discusses the growth rate in the sales of cellular phones in the United States. Comments from Doug Roberts, director of marketing for Motorola; Sales from wireless phones generated by RadioShack; Plans of Motorola to open five separate global design centers.


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