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Virgin Mobile wants you to please SHUT UP

Virgin Mobile’s recently launched a pretty funny new microsite to helps to rid the world of annoying cell phone talkers and formed the Center of Phone Etiquette that can be found at The site brings the problem to life through airplane safety card style infographics and the list of unspoken rules, hidden videos, the mobile eti-kit and the ability to report your own incident. I could use a lot of these tools on my morning MetroNorth commute into NYC when the over caffeinated stock broker in the row behind me won’t shut up when all I want to do it read in peace.

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