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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A number of phonographs so arranged as to play the same record simultaneously, thus increasing the loudness in proportion to the number of instruments used.

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  • That lack of standardization is a confusing hassle for multiphone families — and for engineers here at Consumer Reports, who test phones by the dozen for our Ratings of cell phones and smart phones (available to subscribers).

    One cell phone charger for all: Coming, if not soon

  • That lack of standardization is a confusing hassle for multiphone families—and for engineers here at Consumer Reports, who test phones by the dozen for our Ratings of cell phones and smart phones available to subscribers.

    One cell phone charger for all: Coming, if not soon

  • Apr 20, 2009 @ 12: 55 pm, joecurve Said: wow. the form factor is actually whats to like about this phone. (besides dual slider) it so exciting to see a less-width handset for a change. and whats more, the best network baby. good for verizon, they are now truly a multiphone carrier Apr 20, 2009 @ 12: 56 pm, Randomguy Said:

    Boy Genius Report

  • The cost advantage of prepaid service was less for multiphone families.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

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