Cell Phone Girl

Cell Phone Girl may refer to:

  • The character Cell Phone Girl in the television program Who Wants to Be a Superhero?
  • The ONA anime Keitai Shōjo


Other articles related to "phone, phones, cell phone, cell phones":

TDS Metrocom
... TDS Metrocom is TDS Telecom's local phone business, providing customers with phone, data, and Internet services in a five-state area in the midwestern United States ... a deal brokered by Tommy Tomphson to allow for local phone service competition on AT T's lines in exchange for long distance plan selling rights over landline ...
Gizmo5 - Mobile Phone Support
... The Gizmo5 mobile phone application used the phone's carrier voice network for all calls ... The service called the phone numbers of both parties and bridged the call ... On mobile phones that support SIP applications, calls may be placed over WiFi or 3G ...
Prepaid Mobile Phone
... A prepaid mobile phone (also commonly referred to as pay-as-you-go, pay-as-you-talk, "pay and go", prepaid wireless, or Prepay) is a mobile phone for which credit is purchased in ... The purchased credit is used to pay for mobile phone services at the point the service is accessed or consumed ... credit then access to the requested service is denied by the mobile phone network ...
Cannon (TV series) - Props
... In an era decades before cell phone use, Cannon was using a "mobile phone" in his car, which was highly rare at the time ... Phones of this type were precursors to modern cell phones ... The phone prop itself, in his car, was a Motorola brand IMTS mobile phone ...

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    If I play hard to get, soon the phone stops ringing altogether.
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