With AT&T’s iPhone exclusivity under threat, and plenty of multi-touch high-end smartphones now available from the iNvincble iPhone through to wonderous new WP7 phones, Android 2.2 achievers and Nokia’s notables is BlackBerry’s shining light: the multi-touch, multi-input Torch 9800.
Although Optus once had its own pay TV service called Optus Vision, Optus’ vision for a pay TV seemed to go blind once it was all subsumed into Foxtel, but now a report says Optus is preparing a Telstra-like T-Box of its own.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityOptus has just announced what it is doing for iPhone 5 customers who choose to queue up at all of its ‘Yes’ Optus stores on iPhone 5 launch day, Friday the 21st of September, and it sounds pretty good!
Optus last month became the first mobile operator in Australia to offer femtocells as a full commercial product. Optus promoting them as solution for Optus mobile customers with poor coverage in their homes.