I'm thinking about having my phone naked....... well, sort of. What I mean is, I was thinking of adding the SGP Glas for the front. So now the front will be protected. Then I would have a bumper protecting the sides of the phone. For the back I would have an invisible shield, Even if I do happen to drop it I can easily buy the back panel since its cheap.
For several years now I have been asking Telstra to bring femtocells to Australia as they eliminate blackspots via existing wired broadband, as Optus put Telstra and David Thodey’s claims of putting the customer first to shame by saying ‘yes’ to an Australian femtocell trial.
Telstra has released a range of mobile plans saying they "follow the creation last month of Telstra Digital, a new business unit to expand expand Telstra's online self-service offerings."Telstra announced in February that it would create a new online customer service unit within Telstra Consumer that will "design and operate online self-service platforms that give customers the option of performin
Samsung Galaxy S III: By no means Go ‘Naked’, bought a box I use a lot of diverse smartphones, but seldom use situation or screen protector. I prefer to maintain my device “naked” due to the fact they are really thin and elegant as feasible. Nevertheless, current experience with the new Samsung Galaxy S III [...]
Not surprisingly opinion on the merits, for Telstra, of its heads of agreement with NBN Co span the gamut from disastrous and stupid, for Telstra, to disastrous and stupid for the Government, Telstra's competitors and just about everybody else. However there is noone better placed to exploit the NBN than Telstra.
The head of Telstra Digital - the new unit created earlier this year to expand Telstra's range of online offerings and get more customers dealing with online - has unveiled a revamped Telstra web site.