Cellular on Campus
The vast majority of University of Michigan faculty, staff and students use one or more cellular device. Cellular carriers provide cellular service—not U-M. The demand for and use of mobile devices continues to increase on campus. This web site provides information about cellular projects and products that may be of interest to U-M faculty, staff and students, as well as links to information provided by commercial carriers.
Enhanced Cellular Coverage Project
Enhanced Cellular Coverage project information, as well as background and building cellular coverage data from a survey completed in 2010.
Purchasing and Using a Cellular Phone
Cellular phones services purchased using a U-M ShortCode are processed through Purchasing Services. Please refer to the Procurement Services website for more information.
U-M faculty and staff may also qualify for a carrier discount when departmental funds are not used. Please refer to Faculty/Staff Mcard Discounts for more information
Information about the National Do Not Call Registry and cellular phones is available online at The Truth About Wireless Phones and the National Do-Not-Call List and Unwanted Telephone Marketing Calls.
Visit the Mobile Apps Center (Mobile Development and Applications at the University of Michigan) to find information about U-M specific mobile applications as well as access to resources for developers who are interested in using their creativity, passion and knowledge of technology to design solutions that enhance the way we connect and share information.