World`s First Disposable Cell Phone
Jan 06, 2003
Hop-On , the leading developer of disposable and fully recyclable cell phones, announced that its disposable cell phones will be featured at the 2003 International Consumer Electronics Show.CES is the world's largest annual trade-show for consumer technology with more than 2,000 exhibitors and 100,000 attendees from some 100 countries. The trade show, will run from January 9th through January 12th at the Las Vegas Convention Center.About Hop-OnHop-On is the developer and marketer of the world's first disposable, fully recyclable and contract free cell phone. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved Hop-On for the world's first CDMA disposable cell phone. Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) is a digital wireless technology that was pioneered and commercially developed by QUALCOMM. Hop-On's CDMA phone is a digital, single mode cellular handset that operates in the 800 MHz frequency band. Hop-On's CDMA phones, which provide a much-needed alternative to full service cellular contracts and prepaid calling cards, are fully recyclable and will offer a rechargeable battery and the capability to add on additional minutes.