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.
The Canadian wireless carrier Rodgers is planning to overhaul their plans. The plans look great and it seems like they’re focusing on unlimited texting and calling on most of the plans, while differentiating on the data portion.
When it comes to installing an app on your phone or tablet, one of the most important things you need to look at is permissions. We have covered a few apps that help you with that, but online permissions is one that people often overlook. Online permissions pertains to various online social sites and what apps you have granted access to them.
Dublin based NewBay has revealed itself as the company whose technology supports Telstra's recently launched mobile social networking service, Tribe, that provides Telstra mobile customers with unmetered access to popular social networking sites Facebook, Twitter and MySpace
Fonality Australia has launched a hosted IP telephony service for small businesses that offers full PBX functionality in the cloud, a handset and unlimited calls to Australian fixed and mobile numbers, for $39 (+ GST) per user per month without contract.
I am planning on getting a Nexus device (or maybe even the Padfone2) when it comes out. I got the Bolt when they still had the unlimited data plan on Verizon. I know that we now need to pay the full price of the device in order to keep the unlimited plan.