mobile phone

  1. a hand-held mobile radiotelephone for use in an area divided into small sections, each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver
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How To Use mobile phone In A Sentence

  • Indeed, so many of us now possess a handset that mobile phone sales have collapsed.
  • Ten years ago, very few people had games consoles, broadband Internet or mobile phones.
  • The lure of profit from gold and diamonds, as well as from minerals such as coltan, which is used to make mobile phones, have turned eastern Congo into a battlefield. The Guardian World News
  • The report said mobile phone networks worldwide were likely to have 1.6 billion subscribers by the end of this year.
  • Advanced Mobile Phone Service ( AMPS ) is an example of a 1 G mobile network standard.
  • You can do it from a pay-as-you-go mobile phone. Times, Sunday Times
  • Millions of consumer electronics devices - mobile phones, PDAs, PVRs, and DVD platers - are already running on stripped-down embedded versions of Linux.
  • Yet while pilotless drones are dehumanised and impersonalised, mobile phone ring tones and screensavers are instances of the humanity and personality of the people behind technology.
  • Undercover cops set up a stall and posed as market traders to catch a gang of mobile phone thieves.
  • The Sun understands the case could hinge on mobile phone footage of the incident filmed by the men and since seized by cops. The Sun
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