Orange in the UK to boost voice quality to HD levels

December 31, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As 2010 dawns, Orange of the UK is ringing in more clarity to its voice. The carrier has done all that need to be done to boost the quality of calls to the HD level.

DirectTV to launch the first 3D HDTV Channel

December 29, 2009, By Atul Roach

Three dimensional videos are no more a rarity but what is rare to know is that DirectTV is ready to launch the first 3D HDTV channel in the world. The channel will be launched early next year in the US and the announcement regarding the same will be made at CES 2010. The 3D HDTV […]

T-Mobile Christmas offer on smartphones: Buy-One-Get-One free

December 19, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Are you someone who has been looking forward to some profitable holiday season shopping? If yes, head for your nearest T-Mobile retail stores now. The retail stores of the carrier have lined up for Christmas a special buy-one-get-one free offer when you buy any brand of smartphone.

AT&T May Provide Incentives for Lower Data Usage

December 18, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Recently, some rumors were floating around that AT&T are going to change the data fees for those of their clients who’re browsing the Internet using Wi-Fi – however, they’ve denied those rumors completely. On the other hand, the company is thinking about providing incentives for people to limit their browsing and overall data usage.

Verizon to offer Palm Pre Plus, Motorola Devour A555, LG VS750 in a few months

December 18, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Details of not one, but three mobile phones that would hop on to the Verizon network have been let out. The three smartphones have been described as devices that would generate a lot of interest in the coming days. Verizon would be offering the Palm Pre Plus, Motorola Devour A555 and LG VS750 for those […]

Sprint Users Getting Error 2112, Network Outage Blocking SMS Messages

December 17, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

Those of you who’re using Sprint should be aware that the operator is experiencing some technical difficulties right now, and if you’re expecting an important SMS message by someone who’s using Sprint’s services, you should that person right away – you likely won’t receive their message otherwise.

Samsung Galaxy, Nokia N97 hop on to Bell network

December 10, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Bell will soon get to boast of its first-ever Android phone, with Samsung attaching its Galaxy smartphone to the carrier’s network. And, this is not all. Bell has gone in for a double whammy by bringing in the Nokia N97 also on to its network.

AT&T Mark the Spot app to help users submit complaints on service

December 7, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

AT&T is going the extra mile to make sure that it stays on top of customers’ minds. If you are an AT&T customer and have a complaint, the people at AT&T are more than willing to sort it out as soon as possible. The carrier has now launched an app, christened Mark the Spot, to […]

Apple iPhone set for Korea foray on Saturday, via KT Corp

November 27, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Korea will get its first Apple iPhone in just a matter of a few hours from now. As you know, the iPhone was announced last week in Korea and is set to arrive on Saturday. The amazing part  of the story is that around 40,000 people placed pre-orders for it as of today.

Verizon takes on Sprint over ‘most dependable 3G network’ claim

November 24, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Verizon Wireless seems to be on battle turf with rivals lining up against it one after the other. After AT&T, Verizon is up in arms against Sprint over a marketing claim that seems to be stretching it too far. Sprint’s claim that it is ‘the most dependable 3G network in the whole of America’ has […]

Sprint 4G network goes online in Austin and San Antonio

November 16, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Sprint announced the launch of its 4G mobile broadband network in the cities of Austin and San Antonio in Texas. The network is already available in regions such as Chicago, Dallas and North Carolina. The WiMax-based network offers speeds of 3Mbps to 6Mbps for downloads. It would make data-intensive tasks such as VoIP calling, Video […]

D-Link Xtreme N DIR-685 All-in-One Router Starts Selling

October 5, 2009, By Alex Ion

Introduced at CES in January, the new D-Link Xtreme N DIR-685 all-in-one router has finally made it to the bookshelves. Shipping with a built-in draft N Wi-Fi module which allows communication with network attached storage devices, the new DIR-685 router additionally comes with D-Link’s SharePort feature that allows the networked computers to share printers or […]

Tata Indicom Introduces Revolutionary Pay Per Call Concept

September 2, 2009, By Alex Ion

Tata Teleservices Ltd., one of India’s largest and fastest growing telecom service providers today announced the launch of a very innovative product called “Pay Per Call” for their prepaid customers on the Tata Indicom CDMA service. We are all familiar with the usual telecom tariff system in which we pay a fixed fee for every […]

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