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“The recent revolution in mobile telephones has been brought about by the development of cellular mobile communications network. From small beginnings in the 1980s, theses had become the most important means of telephone communication by the end of the 1990s. Why are they so successful?” (Maddison S, 2007)

This shows that as cellphone networks have progressed cellphones have have become an important means of communication in a comparetively short time, it also give you something to think about.

Cell phones have gone through a series of generations. The first generation cellphone was made commercially availible in 1983 and the technology has processed fast since then. The second generation phones came out in the early ninties. We are now up to the third generation system and have been since 2001. (, history of mobile phones, 2010)

The technology turnover of cellphones makes it nearly impossible to keep them and be anywhere near up-to-date for longer than 3-4 years, for this reason I have chosen moderately priced phones.

“Responsible businesses and those who do business on the go should be making preparations now for the introduction of the new laws by providing and installing hands-free equipment for use in cars.” ( The daily post.  13/11/09.)

From the 1st of november 2009 a new law came in banning the use of handheld cellphones while driving and is unavoidable if you plan to have business members who are on the go contactable at needed times, for this reason I suggest the use of hands free kits for those who need them in cars.


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