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Competition We’ve put together a rather nice shop and filled it with all things wireless. Check out the latest mobile phones, the hottest PDAs and more peripherals – chargers, phone kits, storage, Bluetooth, GPS, cables and connectors - than you can shake a stick at.

But what to call it? Our first thought was to name this shop RegPhone Warehouse, but following urgent submissions from our lawyer, that idea was scrapped. So instead we’re asking you folks to come up with a name for the store.

The winner gets a £100 voucher to spend in the store and a Reg goody bag. Five runners up get Reg t-shirts.

Send your suggestions here. The deadline for entries is 12 September. We'll draw up a shortlist and put it to the vote in a couple of weeks' time.

Back to the shop. Our partner in our quest for world retail domination is eXpansys, the leading wireless goods supplier, which means that prices are pretty damn competitive and delivery dates are not half bad either.

Have a browse, check out the prices and, if you need some advice, give the shop a call. ®

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