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The paper suggests that research on the role of mobile telephony for socioeconomic development (M4D) draws on two frames. One frame stresses the relative freedom of telephone users to do whatever they choose. The other stresses how technologies and technology-led interventions are embedded in recursive, context specific relationships with user communities. Together these frames support M4D's "dual heritage". After detailing current M4D archetypes representing each heritage, the paper introducesdoi:10.1002/j.1681-4835.2010.tb00315.x fatcat:z4rbq6vbejge3gl3kgo4fg66cm