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Let's Talk Cellular becomes a direct retailer with Ericsson GE.

MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 10, 1995--Let's Talk Cellular has solidified a deal with Ericsson/GE to become a direct retailer of their cellular phones and accessories.

Brett Beveridge, chief operating officer feels because of Let's Talk Cellular's Retail concept the company is a perfect vehicle for manufacturers, especially since most manufacturers are becoming more retail oriented with their packaging and marketing.

Beveridge stated that Let's Talk Cellular will continue to build these types of relationships that will keep them on the forefront of Cellular and Wireless Retailing.

CONTACT: Let's Talk Cellular, Miami

Jay Wasserman, 305/477-8255

305/594-0948 (fax)
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