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Posted by: Jordi on Thursday, December 18, 2008 - 11:54 AM
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Call me: Fixed-line telephones used to be a lot like refrigerators: dull but essential. These days they are more akin to microwave ovens: more buttons than dials, and still useful, but not a must-have item. Marketing the humble phone is similar to promoting any commodity that consumers can live without — you need a gimmick.
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