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Quiet Zone Shuns Cell Service, Wi-Fi

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Quiet Zone Shuns Cell Service, Wi-Fi

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Quiet Zone Shuns Cell Service, Wi-Fi

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The National Radio Quiet Zone is a 13,000-square-miles area in West Virginia where cell phones and WI-FI are banned. (This piece originally aired Oct. 8, 2013 on Morning Edition.)

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