How to Lookup or Reverse a Cell phone Number

How to Lookup or Reverse a Cell phone Number

When you receive a cell phone call and you do not recognize the caller’s number, reverse cell phone lookup services like ReversePhoneDetective.com provide the all information you need about the owner of the phone number.

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Dad Hammers Cell Phone after Text Messaging Bill Arrives

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Dad Hammers Cell Phone after Text Messaging Bill Arrives

Texting on a qwerty keypad phone
Texting on a qwerty keypad phone (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

According to reports, the father of a teen in Wyoming got angry when his daughter ran up an incredible bill with text messages. The bill was for $4,750 for Dena Christoffersen and her father who received 20,000 text messages during one month. The dad thought text messaging had been disabled for a plan that did not cover the service. The dad decided to get rid of the cell phone by smashing it with a hammer.

The daughter is now grounded for the remainder of the year although the mystery remains, how did she get away with texting 20,000 messages without anyone in the home noticing. According to newspaper reports she feels bad about all the money she wasted texting about her new clothes, what she was watching on television, what she thought about some boy at school. But if there’s a thought, it must be texted. So she’s most upset about having her father find out.

National Cell Phone Recycling Week

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National Cell Phone Recycling Week

Acording to the Star News, Verizon Wireless is taking part in the national Cell Phone Recycling Week this week (April 6-12) by asking individuals to donate no-longer used cell phones, accessories and batteries to a program called HopeLine through their retail outlets. The items can be from any long distance service and not just from Verizon. HopeLine is a charitable organization that strives to make a difference for the community by specifically curbing domestic violence.

Environment and Community

Proceeds from the recycled items will be used for domestic violence shelters and for nonprofit organizations focused on domestic violence. Through programs like HopeLine, landfills see less battery waste and electronic waste thus also making a difference for the environment. If there is not a Verizon Wireless store near you, phones can also be donated through the mail. Take a look at www.verizonwireless.com/hopeline.

Cell Phone Keypads Disappearing

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Cell Phone Keypads Disappearing

At a recent CTIA Wireless trade show and at trade shows across America, more and more new cell phone models are replacing the numeric keypad for a full keyword. This is a welcome sign for those that like to text and like to use a full type-writer style keyboard when texting. Another popular input device is the touch screen made popular by the Apple iPhone. The industry is adapting to the large volume of text messages being sent which increased three times to 1 trillion in 2008 compared to 2007. During this same period of time the number of calls made only increased by 5%.

Apple Numeric Keypad IIe
Apple Numeric Keypad IIe (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

International Users

Two manufacturers are coming out with new designs that do feature the numeric keypad, Nokia and Sony Ericson. From reports by international users, only North American consumers favor the full type-writer keyboard while other countries have adapted to the numeric keypad for their texting. Since Nokia and Sony Ericson are more popular abroad and have smaller market share in America, it makes sense for them to continue developing these types of devices.

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Cell Phones for Free A Possibility

Cell Phones for Free A Possibility

According to report on Haaaretz.com, email services and free cell phone use are two trends that will be major game changers in the cellular world. Pelephone, a mobile content company, is looking for email to be in high demand from all cell phone users in the coming years. Such content applications as email and online browsing will be available on all cellular phones according to Guy Bauman, vice president at Pelephone.

English: A cell phone tower in Palatine, Illin...
English: A cell phone tower in Palatine, Illinois, USA. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Free Cell Service

The CEO of Mobi, Guy Ami-Ad, believes free cell phones will be the next great innovation to change the industry. By adding advertisements to your cellular phone while you use it to talk, text, or browse, free service will be the norm. Like current online services that offer free content and then add additional pay services, cell phones will follow a similar model.

Free GPS on all Cell Phones

Another new service that many feel will be available on all cell phones shortly is Global Position Systems. With GPS, mobile users will able to get directions and assistance in finding all kinds of businesses based on one’s current position. By selling ads to companies that want priority placement in GPS search information, cellular companies can give away the service while making money through the advertisements.

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