In order to recover any information or data from your Windows Mobile powered smartphone, Raise Data Recovery can do better than any other software. With this Raise Data Recovery for Mobile 4.1, you will be able to easily recover the lost information from your smartphone. The product provides industry standard quality of desktop data recovery products [...]
While many people prefer to obtain their mobile devices via a monthly service contract for a year or two at a time, there are buyers who are interested in obtaining service through prepaid offerings. AT&T has announced a new option in its GoPhone portfolio targeted at smartphone users.The $65 per month plan includes unlimited talk and text and adds in 1GB of allotted data per month.
Cotap, a startup that strives to be the GroupMe of the business world, has launched its mobile messaging service designed for corporate customers.
The service, available as an iPhone app and later on Android, allows users to invite people into managed, group conversations. It is similar to GroupMe, the mobile messaging service that has become popular for texting with groups of people.
A new leaked document suggests T-Mobile is gearing up to increase smartphone insurance rates next year. Additionally, it seems as though ole’ Magenta is prepping an entirely new tier for its incredibly overpriced $370 Galaxy Note II.
Beginning March 17th, T-Mobile will be raising the monthly insurance payments through its partner, Asurion.
Filed under: Windows Mobile, Microsoft, Mobile
As of this morning, Americans, you can now buy a Windows Phone 7 device online from the Microsoft Store, Dell or Amazon, as long as you're happy with either an AT&T or T-Mobile service plan.
The lowest price seems to be $99 for the HTC Surround on Amazon, with an AT&T service plan -- but it looks like it's already on backorder.