GB2413736A - A mobile phone which holds more than one SMS chip - Google Patents

A mobile phone which holds more than one SMS chip Download PDF

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GB2413736A
GB2413736A GB0409905A GB0409905A GB2413736A GB 2413736 A GB2413736 A GB 2413736A GB 0409905 A GB0409905 A GB 0409905A GB 0409905 A GB0409905 A GB 0409905A GB 2413736 A GB2413736 A GB 2413736A
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H04ELECTRIC COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUE
    • H04WWIRELESS COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
    • H04W88/00Devices specially adapted for wireless communication networks, e.g. terminals, base stations or access point devices
    • H04W88/02Terminal devices
    • H04W88/06Terminal devices adapted for operation in multiple networks or having at least two operational modes, e.g. multi-mode terminals

Abstract

A Mobile phone which stores more than one SMS Chip, and can Switch between Signals from one Service Provider to another allowing you to be Connected to more than one SMS Chip simultaneously. A dual display screen indicates various networks and their signal strengths. Multi-Chip Selector Mobile Phone can Manually or Automatically: <SL> <LI>a) Receive all calls from various Lines and Networks, <LI>b) Select Manually the Service Provider for out going calls, thus allowing choice of different SMS Chips and different Network Tariffs. </SL>

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The invention relates to a Multi Chip Mobile Phone, which would store more than one SMS Chip.

This Multi Chip Mobile Phone will receives calls from various lines and Networks, by either selecting Manually or Automatically the desired Network Tariff of your choice, from various SMS chips or Service Providers activated.

Most people have more than one Mobile Phone and more than one SMS Chip, Whether this is for Business or Personal Use.

Having different Service Providers and SMS Chip, is Common.

This is because it is Practical to have extra Mobile Lines and Network Connections to Make, and Receive Calls, To and From, Specific Networks.

This helps to reduce the consumers Telephone Bills by taking Advantage of Network to Network Rates.

This Invention will lower expenditure over the long term for the Consumer and you will only ever have, to carry one Mobile Telephone.

The Multi chip Selector: Functions as a Switch between Signals from one Service Provider to another, allowing you to be Connected to more than one SMS Chip/ Service Provider at the same time.

Making and Receiving of Calls as normal Network Connections, but each SMS Chip, Is displayed on Screen Individually as well as the Caller I.D., Signal strength and particular network connections for each SMS Chip.

The Multi Chip Selector Mobile Phone can Manually or Automatically: a) Receive all calls from various lines and Networks, b) Select Manually or Automatically the Service Provider for outgoing calls, c) Thus giving you the tariff of choice from different Service Provider SMS Chips.

As follows: A detailed reference to the accompanying drawings.

Fig 1) Shows actual size of front view of standard size Mobile Phone.

Fig 2) Shows the back view of Mobile Phone.

Fig 3) Representation of Satellite relay from the various Service Providers (Networks).

Fig 4) Representation of Signal entering the Multi Chip Mobile Phones Aerial from the various Service Providers (Networks).

Fig 5) Signal Interfaced via the Multi Chip Selector, where it is distributed to the appropriate SMS Chip.

Fig 6) Multi Chip Storage for extra SMS Chips.

Fig 7) Indicates beneath Battery space where extra chip storage can be found.

Fig 8) Dual display Screen indicates the various Networks and Service Provides.

Fig 9) Indicates Signal Strength.

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  1. Claims Introducing A Mobile Phone that has been modified to hold more than
    one SMS Chip.
    The Multi-Chip Selector The function: to Interchange Communication and Connection between all activated SMS Chips held within One Phone.
    The Multi Chip Selector Mobile Phone can Manually or Automatically: a) Receive all calls from various Lines and Networks, b) Select Manually the Service Provider for outgoing calls, c) Thus giving choice of different SMS Chips and different Tariffs.
    As described in the descriptions of this claim relating to Fig 2 and illustrated in the accompanying drawings.
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WO1999041921A1 (en) * 1998-02-16 1999-08-19 Telit Mobile Terminals S.P.A. Improved gsm cellular terminal
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GB2381418A (en) * 2001-10-29 2003-04-30 Samsung Electronics Co Ltd Multiple SIM mobile communications terminal
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EP1998458A2 (en) 2007-05-29 2008-12-03 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Dual mode mobile terminal and method for providing communication mode
EP1998458A3 (en) * 2007-05-29 2011-04-13 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Dual mode mobile terminal and method for providing communication mode

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