NetZero Mobile Broadband Expands Coverage across Sprint 3G Network

January 17, 2014, By Daniel Rapcencu

If you are on Sprint’s 3G wireless network, you will now be able to lay your hands on NetZero Mobile Broadband services on a broader level. The United Online subsidiary has announced that it has launched across Sprint’s 3G wireless network and is now available to customers nationwide. The company, which had on July 2013, […]

What Does SIP Mean? Understanding Tech and Terms

June 10, 2013, By Alex Ion

With the increase in SIP deployment in business and more and more companies considering investing in SIP, employees, IT managers and decision makers are looking to access more information on SIP Trunking technology and its associated terms. Recent industry research has shown that by the end of 2012, the market saw a 60% growth YOY […]

Apple Next Gen iPhone Likely to Come on Boost Mobile Too; Pre-Paid Plan Expected

April 30, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Even as a debate is raging over whether the next iteration of the Apple iPhone will bear the name iPhone 5S or iPhone 6, an update that just surfaced on micro-blogging site Twitter talks of something that could leave you wondering! The next iPhone will be Apple’s seventh in that genre and by the end […]

North Korea Bars 3G for Foreign Visitors

March 28, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

North Korea was in the news a few weeks back for allowing foreign tourists to access 3G networks. The country is back in the news for reportedly cutting off mobile Internet service for short-term tourists. The report comes from North Korea Tech who spied a notice on Koryo Tours’ website. The company, which holds its […]

Quality and Reliability Are Just Two Benefits of VoIP

February 13, 2013, By Daniel Rapcencu

VoIP (Voice over IP) has a multitude of benefits for any size business and even personal use. VoIP takes your voice and turns it into a digital data stream. When the data gets decoded, a static-free rendition of your voice is delivered to the other side. When using a VoIP system, all signals which are […]

LTE Networks Could be Jammed with Inexpensive Technique

November 16, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

From the wired to the wireless, we have been expanding at an exponential rate. And with each foray into the wireless world, we seek faster speeds and seamless web traffic. It’s smartphones that have quite effectively triggered out the need for faster and persistent connections. With demand growing, wireless carriers have been working hard to […]

Broadband Speeds to Be 2000 Times Faster Through Optic Fiber

November 14, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Wouldn’t you love to play with broadband speeds that are 2,000 times faster than what you have now? If things work out fine, you might get to see that happen very soon. For, a group of scientists at the Bangor University in Wales have been reported as having developed a technology to achieve this effect. […]

Verizon Setting Free Windows Phone 8 Device on Contract this Year End

November 14, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you haven’t had the entire chunk of money to buy a smartphone on your wish list, the other option close to it is to go for a carrier contract for that particular device so that you can have it for a subsidized price. But sometimes things don’t work out the way you think. After […]

T-Mobile Giving Away Samsung Devices

November 9, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here’s a chance to grab the Samsung device you have fancied for a long time. The Korean giant’s devices have hit high on sales recently, and T-Mobile has profited a lot from the company’s line-up. But the carrier’s on-contract pricing, when compared to the other US carriers, is a bit on the pricy end, thus […]

T-Mobile LG Nexus 4 Won’t Carry Wi-Fi Calling

November 2, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The LG Nexus 4 riding on T-Mobile will not be featuring Wi-Fi calling. It would be something out of the usual for T-Mobile, whose select array of Android smartphones carries the popular feature. The Wi-Fi calling capability allows users to make calls through their Wi-Fi connection instead of relying on the carrier’s towers and cellular […]

ISIS Mobile Wallet Program to roll out by October 22nd

October 16, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As a joint mobile payment project backed by AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile, ISIS was previously set to roll out in selected markets by the end of September. But due to technical and still undisclosed reasons, the launch was pushed back. Now, according to a purported internal memo, it looks like ISIS will launch on a […]

Huawei E3256 HSPA+42 Dongle Now Available at Three

October 3, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Three has announced a new dongle, the Huawei E3256 in the United Kingdom and it allows the use of super-fast HSPA+42 network. According to Bryn Jones, the CTO at Three, once you connect the Huawei E3256 dongle with the HSPA+42 network, it provides you with ultra-fast internet access for better streaming, browsing and downloading. For […]

Apple iPhone 5 on Verizon and Sprint Won’t Juggle Calls and Data

September 14, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Months before the iPhone 5 was launched, we started speculating and gushing about it, and now even after two days since its release we are still talking about it. The discussions would go on for some more time as the gadget has touched a chord among the masses with its price and a compatibility issue. […]

T-Mobile iPhone 5 to House Nano-SIM; Pricing Details Out

September 14, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After the spectacular launch of the iPhone 5, it’s now time for the carriers to step into the show spotlight. To lead the trend, T-Mobile has all set its strategy in releasing the iPhone 5 with Nano SIMs and this is evident from a company document revealing the same. The pricing details have also come […]

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