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(keitai-l) Re: keitai to be usable on all subway stations -- Imi nai jan

From: Greg Conquest <conquest_at_spamcop.net>
Date: 08/10/03
Message-ID: <01bc01c35ee6$e03c40c0$350314ac_at_gregsloox>
Since you're not supposed to use cell phones on the train, what's the point
of setting up cellular friendly trains/subways?

And come to think of it, I never understood Washington DC's attempts at
having their subways all connectable. Who wants to have a bunch of heads
shouting into their phones. These people seem to be slaves to the
technology -- oblivious to those around them. Many places actually put
scramblers in to *block* people using their cell phones.

Greg
relaxing in the backwater

>
> Japanese cellular service is really back water if you go underground.
Received on Sun Aug 10 05:31:00 2003