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Florida Woman Hit with Staggering $200,000 Cell Phone Bill

If you think your cell phone bill is high, you haven’t met Celina Aarons.

The Florida woman added a cell phone to her account for her mute and hearing-impaired brother, who didn’t know to turn off his data roaming when he was recently in Canada. Since his only form of communication with the phone is via text messages, those international data rates added up quickly — to the tune of over $200,000 in one month.

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D.C. Restaurant Bans Cell Phones and Mobile Devices

Leave the smart pad at the office.  Don't bring the IPod.  And you'd better not check your cell phone.  A Washington D.C. restaurant has banned the use of all mobile devices in their establishment.

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Daughter Shoots Father With Bow and Arrow After Cell Phone Ban [VIDEO]

It was a 12th century solution to a 21st century problem.

A 15-year-old in Tahuya, Washington became so enraged when her father took away her cell phone that she shot him with a bow and arrow.

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Drunk Man Mistakes Cigarettes for Cell Phone [VIDEO]

Cell phones can do many things these days, but you'd be hard-pressed to find one that also satisfies your nicotine craving.

Britain's Sun newspaper reports a drunk driver in Russia pulled over by police tried to make a call with a pack of cigarettes he thought was a cell phone.

Cops pulled over the would-be Marlboro Man after noticing he was driving erratically. When they stopped his vehicle, the man pretended his hand was a cell phone and he began trying to yak away.

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(Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
(Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
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Cell Phone Emergency Alert System Unveiled

I feel this is a very good idea. The E.A.S. system has been used in radio for many years.I wish it would have been activated years ago, but better late than never.
The U.S. government and local authorities will soon be able to reach people directly on their cellphones to warn them of imminent danger or alert them about missing children — even in the middle of a widespread emergency that overloads communications systems as happened after the Sept. 11 attacks, officials said Tuesday.

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