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The WORLD OF THE WIRELESS TELEPHONE®™©
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The Wireless Telephone®™© - the Movie
5 BILLION GLOBAL USERS: CHINA IS NUMBER ONE.
The WORLD OF THE WIRELESS TELEPHONE®™©
TOTAL WIRELESS TELEPHONE®™© NUMBERS ISSUED TO USERS

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Rank
Country or region
Number of mobile phones
Population
 % of population
Last updated

 World
Over 5 billion
6,909,500,000[1]

2010[2]

1

 China
906,800,000
1,341,000,000[3]
67.1
June 2011[4]

2

 India
851,695,668 [5]
1,210,193,422[6]
71.11
June 2011[7]

3

 United States
302,947,098
310,866,000[8]
96
Dec 2010[9]

4

 Russia
220,550,000
142,905,200[10]
151.9
February 2011[11]

5

 Brazil
217,300,000
190,732,694‚Äé[12]
111.6
June 2011[13]

6

 Indonesia
168,264,000
237,556,363
73.1
May 2009[14]

7

 Japan
107,490,000
127,370,000
84.1
Mar. 2009[15]

8

 Pakistan
108,894,518
171,901,000
65.4
Jun 2011[16]

9

 Germany
107,000,000
81,882,342
130.1
2009[17]

10

 Nigeria
90,583,306
140,000,000
64.7
Feb. 2011[18]

11

 Mexico
88,797,186
112,322,757
79.8
Sep.2010[19]

12

 Italy
88,580,000
60,090,400
147.4
Dec.2008[20]

13

 Philippines
78,000,000
92,226,600
73.6
January 2010[21]

14

 United Kingdom
75,750,000
61,612,300
122.9
Dec. 2008[22]

15

 Bangladesh
74,190,000
150,093,000
48.6
Mar. 2011[23]

16

 Turkey
66,000,000
71,517,100
92.2
2009[24]

17

 France
58,730,000
65,073,842
90.2
Dec. 2008[25]

18

 Thailand
516,170,90
65,001,021
81.0
2009[citation needed]

19

 Ukraine
54,377,000
46,143,700
117.9
April. 2009[26]

20

 Iran
52,000,000
75,078,000
69.3
2010[27][28]

21

 Spain
50,890,000
45,828,172
111.0
Dec. 2008[29]

22

 Argentina
50,409,800
40,134,425
125.6
2010[30]

23

 Poland
47,153,200
38,186,860[31]
123.48
2010[32]

24

 South Korea
47,000,000
48,333,000
97.2
2009[33]

25

 South Africa
42,300,000
47,850,700
82.9
2007[citation needed]

26

 Colombia
40,300,000
45,393,050
88.7
2009[citation needed]

27

 Vietnam
34,500,000
89,375,000
38.8
October 2010[34]

28

 Egypt
71,460,000
78,300,000
91.3
Egypt Ministry of Communications & IT, February 2011[35]

29

 Algeria
33,000,000
35,000,000
94.2
2011[36]

30

 Venezuela
27,400,000
28,200,000
98.0
2008[citation needed]

31

 Peru
27,100,000
29,000,000
95.5
Dec. 2010[37]

32

 Taiwan
25,412,000
22,974,347
110.6
2008[citation needed]

33

 Romania
22,800,000
21,438,000
108.5
March 2008[citation needed]

34

 Canada
24,037,372
34,238,035
70.2
Q3 2010[38]

35

 Morocco
27,050,000
32,993,000
81.9
Q1 2010[39]

36

 Netherlands
20,000,000
16,515,057
121.1
Nov. 2009[40]

37

 Australia
21,260,000
21,179,211
100.4
Jun 2007[41]

38

 Saudi Arabia
46,000,000
27,137,000
169.5
Jun 2010[42]

39

 Malaysia
30,379,000
28,250,000
106
2010[43]

40

 Chile
21,000,000
17,094,270
122.9
Dec. 2010[44]

41

 Sri Lanka
17,359,312
21,000,000
80.95
Dec. 2010[45]

42

 Portugal
14,500,000
10,632,000
137.0
2008[citation needed]

43

 Hong Kong
13,264,896
7,008,900[46]
187.9
Nov. 2010[47]

44

 Belgium
11,822,000
10,414,000
113.6
2009[citation needed]

45

 Hungary
11,833,000
10,020,000
118.3
Sept. 2010[citation needed]

46

 Bulgaria
10,655,000
7,600,000
140.2
2008[48]

47

 Nepal
10,001,670
28,500,000
35.09
Nov 2010[48]

48

 Israel
9,319,000
7,310,000
127.5
2008[48]

49

 Denmark
7,000,000
5,543,819
126.2
February 2008[49]

50

 Azerbaijan
7,000,000
8,900,000
78.7
November 2009[50]

51

 Jordan
6,010,000
5,950,000
101.0
March 2010[51]

52

 Singapore
4,770,000
6,400,000
74.5
November 2009[citation needed]

53

 New Zealand
4,620,000
4,252,277
108.6
2008[52]

54

 Estonia
1,982,000
1,340,602
147.8
April 2009[citation needed]

55

 Lebanon
2,720,000
4,224,000
64.4
Oct 2010[53]

56

 Lithuania
4,960,000
3,341,966
148.4
February 2010[54]

57

 Montenegro
1,294,167
672,180
192.53
Dec 2009[55]



Murray State University - "Teléph-on-délgreen"
Birthplace of the Wireless Telephone®™© - 1892

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1902 - NBS Wireless Telephone, Murray, Kentucky. First public WiTEL demonstrations of the effects, elements, and transmitting device was held in Kentucky, Washington D.C. from 1892-1911. Inventor & Licensor: Nathan B. Stubblefield. Click For More: Murray State University - "Teléph-on-délgreen" Birthplace of the Wireless Telephone®™© - 1892

1983 - U.S CELLULAR: Founded in 1983. Head quarters Chicago,IL, USA.

1988 - CELLULAR SOUTH: Founded  1988. headquarters Ridgeland , MS, USA.

1990 - T- MOBILE: Founded in 1990 headquarters Bonn, Germany.

1995 - ONSTAR: Founded in 1995. Head quarters Detroit,MI, USA.

1992 - SPRINT - Sprint's name is changed from United Utilities to united Telecommunications 1992. United Telecom adopts the nationally recognized identity of its long distance unit, changing its name to Sprint Corporation.

1993.Following its merger with Centel Corporation, Sprint becomes the only major U.S. telecommunications company providing long distance, local and wireless services.
1997 - Sprint directly acquires PCS wireless licenses which, along with those held by the Sprint PCS joint venture, result in Sprint-branded PCS coverage of nearly 260 million people across the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

1999 - Verizon: Founded in 1999. Head quarters Baskin Ridge, NJ, USA.

2007 - ATT - At Last, in 2007, AT&A was given permission by the FCC to entered into the Wireless Telephone©™© industry.
ATT was founded in 1876 as a land line phone service only. PHOTO: below taken in 1913  ATT first transcontinental telephone line. the day the federal reserve was created.  1927- AT&T begins transatlantic telephone service, initially between the US and London. The conversations crossed the Atlantic via radio. The initial capacity is 1 call at a time, at a cost of $75 for the first three minutes.
1946 - AT&T begins offering mobile telephone service. With a single antenna serving a region, no more than 12 to 20 simultaneous calls could be made in an entire metropolitan area. 1947 - AT&T develops the concept of cellular telephony. The technology to realize the concept did not yet exist. 1983 - In conjunction with the soon-to-be-divested Ameritech, AT&T opens the first commercial cellular telephone system in the United States in Chicago. 1993 - AT&T announces a definitive merger agreement with McCaw Cellular Communications Inc, the largest provider of cellular service in the United States. The acquisition is later renamed AT&T Wireless. AT&T completes the transaction in 1994. 1994 - Stockholders at AT&T's annual meeting approve changing the legal name of the company from American Telephone and Telegraph Corporation to AT&T Corp. AT&T - completes its merger with McCaw Cellular. The newly acquired wireless systems gradually adopt the AT&T Wireless name.

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Have you ever wondered who first invented and paid for the cost to patent "Firewire" and the "Wireless Telephone®™©'? Did you ever wonder, when talking back and forth on a cellular phone, or when using a wireless router to connect your lap top to the internet, what created the ether or frequency that carries the voice?
Who Owns The Wireless Telephone™ Patent, and WiTEL®™© Trademark, and Copyrights?
---- If you are in the wireless business, (a wireless telephone company, a Wi-Fi/Wi-Max Broadcasters, etc.) -- you probably know the answer . . . and now's the time to get ready for 2008 -- the 100th year -- of the "Wireless Telephone®™©" patent. The short word for is now described as: WiTEL®™©.
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---- Our feature motion picture "The Wireless", is now in final development. You might consider featuring your product in the movie, to tell the world when and where the first wireless telephone and first internet system was described and demonstrated to the world. 1908 was also the year, "Wireless Telephone" -- became the trademark of N.B. Stubblefield, and the Kentucky, "Big Six". Click For More Story
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