Satellite phones are mobile phones which communicate via orbiting satellites. Satellite communication is handy when sailing and in remote areas where other telecommunication services are unavailable.
The focus of Wireless-Phones.us is wireless cell phones and wireless phone service plans. Website visitors can read about the history and operation of wireless cellular phones.
Cell phone providers offer a selection of wireless calling plans to subscribers. Visit this site to find tips on choosing a wireless provider and plan to best suit your needs.
Every cell phone needs a battery to operate, whether it is a NiMH, NiCad, Lithium Ion, or Lithium Polymer. This photo shows a USB travel charger with a lithium ion battery. Lithium ion batteries are the most common form of cell phone battery.
All cell phones must have a battery and a way of charging that battery. Many cell phones come with cords for charging the phone directly from an electrical outlet or vehicle cigarette lighter. There are also cords for connecting the phone to a computer.
A young woman with brown hair in a business suit talks on her cell phone using a Bluetooth headset. The headset frees up the user's hands, so she can type at her computer, file papers, or do other tasks that require the use of her hands.
A black, early-model cellular phone is photographed on a white background. This phone, a Nokia Mobira manufactured in the 1980s, is considerably bulkier than today's sleek, modern styles.
A woman in a black jacket makes a cellular call on her mobile phone. A red balloon is visible in the background, indicating a holiday such as Valentine's Day. Perhaps the woman is checking in with a friend or loved one, to confirm a special gift choice.
A young man in the wilderness wearing a green shirt keeps in touch with the civilized world thanks to his wireless phone. The man can explore the valleys, fields, and mountains, knowing that his friends and family are merely a phone call away.