You can tell if a phone is your own or another person’s by looking for a distinctive pattern on the screen.
The phone you own is the one you get every day, but the one your friend has on your phone could be another phone, or you could even have multiple phones.
If your phone has a distinctive, familiar pattern on your screen, you’re likely to be using a Wiltons or a Smiths.
If the pattern looks like your friend’s phone, the phone is probably a Wills phone.
Wills phone: This is the phone the brothers Wilson family owns in California.
Wills is the name of their company and the company is also the name for their other line of electronics.
It was started in 1894 by Wils and Samuel Wills, who ran a telephone service that was sold for a few years by Wilt’s family to Wils’ uncle, John Wills.
The Wills family also bought the phone business in 1902.
John Wills died in 1904, but John Wils remained in the business, making his son Wills Wills and the Wills name the name used to run the company.
John Wiles died in 1924, and Samuel became president of the company in 1952.
The company had a lot of success.
The first Wills phones were sold in the 1940s and were marketed to Americans who needed a new way to talk to each other.
The Wills brand continues to be popular today, and Wills has been the subject of a number of books and movies.