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  2. PageNet - Wikipedia

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    PageNet, also known as Paging Network, Inc., was founded in 1981 by entrepreneur George Perrin and ceased in 1999.. The company grew to become the largest wireless messaging company in the world, with more than 10 million pagers in service, and $1 billion in revenues, before the paging industry's rapid decline in the late 1990s.

  3. Use AOL Official Mail to confirm legitimate AOL emails

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    When we send you important emails, we'll mark the message with a small blue AOL icon between the sender and subject of the email. Additionally, when you open the message, you'll see the "Official Mail" banner above the details of the message. If you get a message that seems like it's from AOL, but it doesn't have those 2 indicators, it's a fake ...

  4. Twitter users told to be wary of scam messages about verified ...

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    Some verified users on Twitter have reported receiving a direct message claiming to be from the platform, asking for personal information. Twitter users told to be wary of scam messages about ...

  5. Pager - Wikipedia

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    A pager (also known as a beeper or bleeper [1]) is a wireless telecommunications device that receives and displays alphanumeric or voice messages. One-way pagers can only receive messages, while response pagers and two-way pagers can also acknowledge, reply to and originate messages using an internal transmitter. [2]

  6. Page Plus Cellular - Wikipedia

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    Page Plus Cellular was established in 1993 by Abdul Yassine, as Page Plus Communications, selling pager services in the Toledo, Ohio, area. In August 1998 the company was renamed Page Plus Cellular and launched services in Ohio and Michigan, followed by a nationwide launch in 2000. Page Plus was originally headquartered in Holland, Ohio, and ...

  7. Upptalk - Wikipedia

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    upptalk .com. Upptalk (formerly known as Yuilop [4]) was a proprietary voice-over-IP service and software application that provided mobile phone numbers in the cloud and allows users to call or text any phone for free [5] [6] whether or not the device receiving the calls and texts has the Yuilop application. [7] [8] The service was discontinued ...

  8. Mobile phone spam - Wikipedia

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    Mobile phone spam. is a form of spam (unsolicited messages, especially advertising), directed at the text messaging or other communications services of mobile phones or smartphones. As the popularity of mobile phones surged in the early 2000s, frequent users of text messaging began to see an increase in the number of unsolicited (and generally ...