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Friday, September 22, 2006
Motorola anounced this week that it will start selling some cell phones and accessories through robotic vending machines. The Instantmoto stores will be located in the San Francisco area in malls and airports. Consumers will be able to buy various cell phones including the Razr and the Q. After the purchase they will need to sign up for a service through a carrier over the internet. This will be available for T-Mobile, Cingular and Verizon services. Motorola has established this deal through Zoom Systems, specialists in automated vending machines. Technorati Tags: Robo Moto, Instantmoto, automated vending machines, cell phone vending machine