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As of today major cellphone carriers are required to allow unlocking of phones

As of Wednesday, February 11, 2015 cellphones that are no longer under contract with many major carriers can be unlocked to allow you to switch wireless networks according to the CTIA – The Wireless Association. Which network you choose to use your phone on may depend on the capabilities of your cellphone.

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AT&T Wireless suffers downtime statewide Wednesday morning (July 25)

According to Anna Crowe, AT&T Senior Account Executive, AT&T in Hawaii experienced a problem with service statewide starting at about 7:15 a.m. Services were restored about 10 a.m. Hawaii time for customers.

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AT&T Wireless has confirmed to Hawaii 24/7 that a large area in Kailua-Kona is without cellphone service. We've had a report of service being out since at least 3 p.m. Thursday (Dec   15). AT&T Wireless reports that they were made aware of the outage at 4:05 p.m.

AT&T has major cellphone outage in Kona Thursday (Dec 15)

AT&T Wireless has confirmed to Hawaii 24/7 that a large area in Kailua-Kona is without cellphone service. We’ve had a report of service being out since at least 3 p.m. Thursday (Dec 15). AT&T Wireless reports that they were made aware of the outage at 4:05 p.m.

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The Hawaiʻi Police Department is reminding the public about a county law that limits the use of cell phones while driving.

County Ordinance 09-82A makes it illegal to use a cell phone or other mobile electronic device while driving—except with a hands-free mechanism. The ordinance took effect nearly two years ago, on January 1, 2010.

Police reminder on using cellphones and other devices while driving

The Hawaiʻi Police Department is reminding the public about a county law that limits the use of cell phones while driving. County Ordinance 09-82A makes it illegal to use a cell phone or other mobile electronic device while driving—except with a hands-free mechanism. The ordinance took effect nearly two years ago, on January 1, 2010.

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Proposed 54 foot Verizon cellphone tower part of Waimea meeting agenda Thursday (May 6)

Questions and concerns about a proposed 54’ Verizon Wireless cell tower to be located in the heart of Waimea’s Parker Ranch Center will dominate two Waimea community meetings this week: Waimea Community Association’s (WCA) monthly Town Meeting at 5:15 p.m., Thurs., May 6, 2010 in Waimea School Cafeteria, which will include a briefing by Danette […]

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The Hawai'i Police Department is reminding the public that officers will begin to issue traffic citations next month for motorists who use an electronic mobile device while driving.

In August, the Hawai'i County Council passed County Ordinance 09-82A, which will make it illegal to use a cell phone or other mobile electronic device while driving—except with a hands-free mechanism. The ordinance was signed into law by the mayor. It takes effect on January 1.

Big Island cellphone ban starts today (Jan 1)

The Hawai’i Police Department is reminding the public that officers will begin to issue traffic citations next month for motorists who use an electronic mobile device while driving. In August, the Hawai’i County Council passed County Ordinance 09-82A, which will make it illegal to use a cell phone or other mobile electronic device while driving—except […]

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The Hawai'i Police Department is reminding the public that officers will begin to issue traffic citations in January for motorists who use an electronic mobile device while driving. The ordinance was signed into law by the mayor. It takes effect on January 1, 2010.

Police remind about cellphone ban starting Jan 1st

The Hawai’i Police Department is reminding the public that officers will begin to issue traffic citations in January for motorists who use an electronic mobile device while driving. The ordinance was signed into law by the mayor. It takes effect on January 1, 2010.

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The Hawai'i Police Department is advising the public that officers will begin to issue traffic citations in January for motorists who use an electronic mobile device while driving.

In August, the Hawai'i County Council passed County Ordinance 09-82A, which will make it illegal to use a cell phone or other mobile electronic device while driving—except with a hands-free mechanism. The ordinance was signed into law by the mayor. It takes effect on January 1, 2010.

Cellphone ban for motorists kicks in Jan. 1

The Hawai’i Police Department is advising the public that officers will begin to issue traffic citations in January for motorists who use an electronic mobile device while driving. In August, the Hawai’i County Council passed County Ordinance 09-82A, which will make it illegal to use a cell phone or other mobile electronic device while driving—except […]

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Mayor signs hands-free cell phone bill

Mayor signs hands-free cell phone bill

MEDIA RELEASE Mayor Billy Kenoi yesterday signed an ordinance into law that mandates the use of a hands-free device when using a cell phone while operating a motor vehicle. Bill 66, introduced by Hawai‘i County Councilman Pete Hoffmann, was adopted by the Council on June 16. The signed ordinance was delivered to the County Clerk’s […]

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