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Motorola makes a comeback with super-skinny model

Mobile-phone company Motorola has returned to Irish TV screens for the first time in six years as it seeks to duplicate the established popularity of its flip phones with its new super-skinny handset.

18th February, 2006

Mobile-phone company Motorola has returned to Irish TV screens for the first time in six years as it seeks to duplicate the established popularity of its flip phones with its new super-skinny handset.

The company, which was one of the heaviest spenders on consumer advertising in the market in the late 1990s, is easing its way back into high-profile advertising after taking almost a complete break as its sales were hammered by innovators such as...

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