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Nextel
(508) 673-1629
16 William S Canning Blvd
Fall River, MA
 
Beepers Plus
(508) 678-4119
526 S Main St
Fall River, MA
 
Cingular Interactive
(508) 235-1161
600 Quequechan St
Fall River, MA
 
Metro Pcs
(508) 674-8500
340 S Main St
Fall River, MA
 
National Communication Center
(401) 736-5711
2651 W Shore Rd
Warwick, RI
 
Cingular Wireless
(508) 675-9227
85 Mariano Bishop Blvd
Fall River, MA
 
M & K'S Wireless
(508) 672-6019
415 2nd St
Fall River, MA
 
Sprint Authorized Dealer
(508) 675-9997
502 S Main St
Fall River, MA
 
Express Wireless
(401) 921-1260
1584 Warwick Ave
Warwick, RI
 
Freedom Wireless
(508) 676-7522
101 President Ave
Fall River, MA

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Get More from Your Mobile Phone Company!

Get More From Your Mobile Phone Company!

Cellular phone service providers offer a number of exciting features for your Windows Mobile device.

Many cellular providers offer Windows Mobile applications that add to the functionality of the device they've sold you. Most of the applications are available for a monthly fee which, unfortunately, can add up to a larger total fee over the life of the software. However, the monthly fee structure makes it less expensive to start using a piece of software you might be unsure about.

Another "gotcha" is that some features may not be available on your specific handheld, even if you purchased it directly from your carrier. I was astonished to find that many of the carriers didn't offer the same services across all of their Windows Mobile devices. So you should always check with your carrier about adding specific features to your phone, or before purchasing a new phone if you have specific features in mind. (Also, our international readers should note that these features are based on the service offerings from the U.S.-based carriers—your local services might be different.)

AT&T Wireless

AT&T Wireless may be the most active carrier in the Windows Mobile software services category, and most of their applications match services available on non-Windows Mobile phones. They include everything from a standard driving directions application to a program that can recognize songs simply by listening to them for a few seconds. Best of all, the company's high-speed 3G service is available on many Windows Mobile devices (AT&T Tilt, Motorola Q Global, Palm Treo 750, Pantech Duo, and Samsung BlackJack I/II), so any connection to the Internet will be lightening fast.

Fig. 1: The AT&T Navigator software provides turn-by-turn driving directions.

AT&T Navigator is the company's turn-by-turn directions solution. It is actually a relabeled version of the popular TeleNav GPS software. In addition to the relabeling, the program has been enhanced to offer "online destination entry." This allows you to use your PC's Web browser to log onto a special AT&T Wireless portal ( navpreplan.com/tncom ), enter a destination address, and have it sent to AT&T Navigator software. This can be helpful if you want to copy and paste an address from a company's Web site, or if a friend sent an instant message with a meeting address to your desktop PC, and you don't want to manually re-enter it on your Windows Mobile device. Alternately, you can use voice recognition to speak the destination into your phone and have it automatically entered into your device. You can also send a friend or associate a text message with any address you have stored in AT&T Navigator. This is a great way to send someone the location of a meeting, restaurant, dinner party, etc. And if they also have AT&T Naviga...

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