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- When Jack O'Neill and Teal'c went on a fishing trip, Teal'c borrowed a cell phone which Daniel Jackson used to call him on, despite O'Neill's goal of trying to isolate himself from the problems of the SGC.(SG1: "The Curse")
- In 2001, Colonel Jack O'Neill carried a cell phone with him on the Wormhole X-Treme! set, but left it on during filming, where the ringing caused disruptions. (SG1: "Wormhole X-Treme!")
- Cameron Mitchell carried a cell phone with him to his high school reunion in Auburn, Kansas. However, poor reception prevented him from communicating with General Landry about the bounty hunter chasing him and Vala Mal Doran (SG1: "Bounty")
- Elizabeth Weir carried a hands-free cell phone, which she carried with her all the time. However, she felt that talking to someone on the phone this way would make her feel that other people would think she would talk like a "crazy person". (SG1: "Lost City, Part 1")
- After discovering that the Asurans retaken Atlantis, Stargate Command contacted Lt. Colonel Sheppard and Drs. McKay and Weir, who had cell phones. Dr. Beckett didn't bring his cell phone at the time, thought later it was discovered that they didn't call him in the first place. (SGA: "The Return, Part 1")
- McKay called Sheppard and Ronon with cell phones after Jeannie Miller was kidnapped by Devlin Medical Technologies. (SGA: "Miller's Crossing")
- After an awry experiment in Kramer Innovations, Keller used Malcolm Tunney's cell phone to contact Stargate Command for assistance. However, the signal was unable to get through. (SGA: "Brain Storm")
- Eli Wallace had an iPhone with when he was beamed aboard the George Hammond. He tried to use it from Earth orbit to call home, but it would not work. He later used it to take pictures of Icarus Base and the Destiny. His cell phone also contained an illumination feature (the screen would serve as a torch/flashlight), and has at least one episode of South Park downloaded onto it (SGU: "Air, Part 1", "Darkness", "Only Run When Chased")
- In an alternate reality, Detective Sheppard was in possession of a BlackBerry. (SGA: "Vegas")