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Put travelers’ itineraries at their fingertips by sending it from your e-mail to their cell phones. Type in the traveler’s flight number, departure and arrival times, then send it as a text message to his or her cell phone’s SMS (short message service) address. Do the same with airport shuttle info, rental car details, hotel name and address. Why? It’s easier to pull out a cell phone than to dig through a briefcase for the right sheet of paper.
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