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You can now keep up with washingtonpost.com news headlines when you're on the go. To view content specially-formatted for your mobile phone, point your mobile Web browser to either mobile.washingtonpost.com (easy to remember) or www.twp.com (easy to type). Either one will get you to the latest news from your most trusted source.

Your telephone must have a mobile Web browser, and you need to have a data plan with your mobile carrier. There's no charge to use washingtonpost.com mobile content, but data charges from your mobile carrier may apply.

Stay tuned for more services for your busy lifestyle.

By Washingtonpost.com Editors |  December 22, 2005; 4:31 PM ET  | Category:  Content
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Cingular gives me a "page cannot be displayed" error message.

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