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The SmartPhone, launched last week, has been designed to make the Internet accessible to ordinary telephone subscribers without the need for a PC,...



The SmartPhone, launched last week, has been designed to make the Internet accessible to ordinary telephone subscribers without the need for a PC, according to its manufacturer, Telenor. The SmartPhone plugs into an ISDN socket and can be used concurrently as a conventional phone and to surf the Internet including to send and receive e-mail. It was developed by Norway's state-owned telecoms company Telenor in conjunction with Samsung and Alcatel. It will cost about £230-£265 with a monthly subscription charge of about £4.

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