What Is a Mobile Station?

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James Rice (Senior Director of Operations)
A mobile station is a term that indicates any device that is connecting to a mobile network. This includes any mobile phone or mobile computer that is accessing a network service. This term is mostly used to describe devices in a 2G system.
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