Verizon offers discounted bundles to wireless-only customers; Will there ever be a white pages for mobile numbers?

> Verizon Communications for the first time is offering discounts to Verizon Wireless customers who don't use landline service but order Internet or TV service from the provider. Article

> Hughes Telematics, an Atlanta-based start-up that develops in-car telecommunications services for the auto industry, announced Monday that it has agreed to be acquired by Polaris in an all-stock deal. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

> The Wall Street Journal asks: Will there ever be a white pages for cell-phone numbers? Article (WSJ sub. req.)

> Verizon Wireless and LG Mobile Phones have jointly announced the availability of LG Decoy--a slider phone that integrates a Bluetooth hands-free headset into the rear of the phone. Article

And Finally... Orange UK has announced the launch of a freestanding wind-powered mobile-phone charging station for attendees of the infamous Glastonbury music festival later this month. Article

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