In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Network reception for mobile phones varies depending on the area in which you are using the phone.
- The electricity had gone off, as had the phones and mobile phones did not work.
- The company said the next phase of viruses would hit mobile phones and wireless platforms.
- Many learned they had been made redundant through text messages on mobile phones.
- It has come a long way from the days of being a family business selling mobile phones and air time.
- This algorithm is used to encrypt the messages from the mobile phone to the base station.
- Kids these days have shunned bikes and action men in favour of mobile phones and games consoles.
- We used our mobile phones to send our mum a text message to find out the address.
- Soon the mobile phone network was disabled to allow emergency services a clear line.
- There is, of course, a more mundane view of the mobile phone as a fashion accessory.
- People scrambled to find working pay phones or reach friends or family on mobile phones.
- More than half of Brits now own a mobile phone, with one handset sold every two seconds.
- As for tracking systems that use mobile phones, what happens after a phone is switched off?
- Demand for mobile phones is soaring as handset sales chalked up yet another record.
- Parents can even sign up to see where their children are, or at least where they left their mobile phones.
- He was then asked about his two mobile phones and the numbers of those phones.
- The service will send texts to and from mobile phones and between fixed line phones.
- She knew her husband was involved as soon as he did not answer his mobile phone.
- People want to use their mobile phones but they don't want phone masts near their homes.
- The alert can also be forwarded as a text message to those with mobile phones.
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