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(From Financial Mail)
Byline: Larry Claasen
CELLPHONES Cheap until you chirp The tussle between mobile handset producers Nokia and Motorola is heating up. Though Nokia still rules with a staggering 64,5% of the market, second-placed Motorola is making headway, pushing up its share from 10,3% in 2003 to 17% this year, according to a survey conducted by the SA Advertising Research Foundation.
While Motorola's stylish Razr range has won the company many fans, its prize-winning C113 and C118 phones have been quietly gaining ground, in SA and other emerging markets.
Last September, Motorola won a GSM Association competition to provide handsets …