With so many drivers ignoring the cell phone law, some cell phone companies are devising technology to help.
The technology would detect when a cell phone was in a car and would temporarily interrupt service. The New York Times reported today that T-Mobile this week announced a service that, for $4.99 a month, automatically disables rings and alerts and sends calls to voice mail when the phone is in a moving car. Sprint Nextel, AT&T and Verizon also are looking into it.
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