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  Technology  advances in cellular phone field.

Cellular phone shoppers can find many excellent cellular phones in the USA at the current moment. Cellular phone companies produce phones that are technologically advanced, have attractive design and small size, provide access to many useful features, and are easy to use. People have access to digital and camera cellular phones, as an example.

Cellular phone companies.

Nokia Corporation produces many new and technologically advanced Nokia cellular phones. Examples are Nokia 9290 Communicator that provides access to many business related features, Nokia 3589i Phone that has many advanced features, and Nokia 7210 Phone that allows you to exchange images. Samsung has many great phones like SPH-a600 digital camera cell phone that allows accessing the web and SGH-e105 phone that allows multiple messaging capabilities. Another example would be Motorola cellular phones like Motorola T720i Phone with Camera.

Wireless standards for cellular phones.

Currently in the US cellular phones use either analog service or digital service. Most new cellular phones use digital  technology . Currently three digital wireless  technologies  are used in the USA: TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access), CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access), and GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications). Unfortunately, many times digital cellular phones may work with only one  technology : TDMA, CDMA, or GSM.

Choosing a cellular phone.

First you need to find the cellular phone plan that you would like to sign up for. After you have decided with the service plan and the cellular phone company and are satisfied with the cellular phone services that that company offers you can select the phone that you like. By selecting a company and a service plan first you cover yourself from a mistake of selecting a cellular phone that uses different  technology  from the one that is offered by the wireless provider. At this point you can pick the phone that has all the features and characteristics that you would want.

Source by Rolf Rasmusson

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