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As the only lawyer in America who does not yet have a cell phone, I was amused on a recent trip to Asia to learn that nearly all Japanese teenagers seem to have them. I can't help thinking that the lower cell phone penetration rate in America probably has something to do with the idiotic sender-and-receiver-both-pay system in America for double-billing phone calls. Surely high penetration regions like UK, Israel, Scandanavia, Hong Kong and Japan have the sense to realize that cell phones are a price elastic luxury item and only the sender should pay (a reasonable forward pricing rate not much higher than a land line). How did the US manage to drop the ball on such an important issue?