The expanded cellular telephone
service program is geared to bring cellular service to all highway corridors.
A cooperating individual supplied the task force with a cellular telephone
number used by gang members to arrange transactions involving the wholesale purchases and later the street-level sale of heroin.
The Service argued that the taxpayer paid the commissions to distributors to obtain new customers that contract for the taxpayer's cellular telephone
services, with the expectation that these customers will remain with the taxpayer for an extended period of time.
I thought that the most striking observation was that hands-free cellular telephones
offered no large safety advantage, suggesting that the major factor in a motor vehicle collision was not limited manual dexterity, but the driver's limited attention," Redelmeier says.
There is no credible evidence which shows that the microwaves emitted from cellular telephones
also have some inherent problems, however: * Acquisition of the equipment is usually not expensive, thanks to promotions by major cellular telephone
companies that put low prices on their equipment when you join that company's network--but the monthly fees for minimum service can be expensive.
For those who simply cannot function without a phone, the advent of cellular telephone
service has truly been a blessing.
All cellular telephone
and PCS carriers will be required to provide nationwide roaming service by June 1999.
The FBI is going far beyond the law and asking the cellular telephone
network to become an ongoing real-time tracking system for anyone under suspicion.
The uncertainty of Latin America's economies won't affect the cellular telephone
business, says the Strategis Group, a U.