CE 2003 Year in Review
Wes Dittmer, PCS division of Sprint
Consumers are finding new ways to communicate and aren't limiting themselves to simply talking. While voice calls are still the most popular and important use for a wireless phone, other means of communication, such as picture mail, text messaging, e-mail, etc., are becoming more and more common. Wireless phone buyers need to be sure the features of their phones meet their communications needs—and that those features work the same no matter where they are on the network.
Jarod Smith, Buy.com