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And Finally... Your daily dose of wireless trivia: How much did Motorola's first "commercial handheld cellular phone," the DynaTAC phone, weigh? Send in your answer.

Friday's question: What regional carrier, which later went on to form Cingular Wireless, offered Rollover? Answer: BellSouth Mobility. First five correct answers came from: Scott Gallegos, Cingular; Mark Jenkins, SelectCommunications; Ashley Francis, T-Mobile USA; Brian Brown, Broadnet Teleservices; Richard Hall, Richard Hall Training

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