Cellular Phones Part of College Lifestyle

July 2000
Wireless Week;07/03/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 27, p42
Trade Publication
Focuses on the survey of Cellular One company concerning the use of cellular telephones among college students in the United States. Features of the telephones being considered by college students; Other key findings of the survey.


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