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    Pagers & Beepers in West Palm Beach


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    Business Listing   Cartel (palm Beach) Communications - West Palm Beach, FL - Phone: (561) 585-9994


    Business Listing   Circuit City - West Palm Beach - West Palm Beach, FL - Phone: (561) 689-1300


    Business Listing   Citation Communications - West Palm Beach, FL - Phone: (561) 688-0330


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    Helpful Definition for: Pagers & Beepers


    Pagers, also called beepers, are channels of short-hand communication.One-way numeric pagers only receive messages consisting of a few digits, typically a phone number, that the user is then expected to call. Paging is a subscription service in West Palm Beach offered in a variety of plans and options to meet the needs of a subscriber. Beepers were the first and the simplest form of paging ; they are called beepers because originally they made a beeping noise.

    Modern paging systems use system delivery by satellite controlled networks in West Palm Beach. This type of distributed system makes them inherently more reliable than terrestrial-based cellular networks for message delivery, as many paging transmitters may overlap a coverage area.

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