MTS has launched a new unlimited Social Media Plan which not just allows unlimited access to Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn but also offers 6 GB for other sites for Rs 647.
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Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: MobilityInternode has added NodeMobile mobile phone plans to its product roster, offering a generous amount of social media specific data.
Three NodeMobile plans are offered, all including 150GB of social networking (Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, LinkedIn, eBay and Foursquare) data per month.
Some other operators offer 'unlimited' usage for Facebook and/o
Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: Core DumpMobile carriers have made a big deal about offering unmetered access to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, but that seems to be going the way of the 'unlimited' downloads offered by Optus when it launched its Optus@Home cable internet service.
I've only been using wifi ever since I got my phone (I changed my settings from 3G to wifi only). I bought it unlocked and switched the network from Vodafone to Optus. I've just switched recently to the new Optus Prepaid Social plan, which gives me unlimited access to social networking, but now my internet isn't working at all.
Pinterest may have passed Twitter in popularity in the U.S. according to new figures out last month from Pew, but globally the social network to watch may be Facebook-owned Instagram. According to research published today by the GlobalWebIndex, Instagram is growing the fastest of all social media sites worldwide, increasing its active user base by 23% in the last six months.
Recently I've been looking to cut my cell phone bill down from $68/month (T-Mobile unlimited minutes/unlimited text/1GB 4G + phone insurance + taxes/fees) to something closer to $30-$40 per month for similar type service, unlimited or higher GB per month would be nice.
Twitter has established itself as top social networking destination, mentioned the same breath as sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, or YouTube, as well as a go-to destination for breaking news. But as a search engine that could be the Google for real-time media, Twitter still fails.