BlackBerry users on the Vodafone network in Europe, the Middle East and Africa have not been receiving emails today as RIM’s network suffers another outage.
Early this morning Reuters reported that email delivery issues were affecting Vodafone BlackBerry users, and the carrier confirmed the problem in a statement: “We are aware that some BlackBerry customers are experiencing issues.
Yet another mobile wallet is lining up to replace your leather-wrapped bundle of plastic: Vodafone Group, which owns and operates the Vodafone mobile carrier brands, is partnering with m-commerce company CorFire to bring NFC-powered mobile wallet capabilities to its smartphone users next year.
Vodafone New Zealand has taken steps to combat cyberbullying that Australian telcos would to well to emulate: it has launched a free service that allows its mobile customers to easily block text and multimedia messages from any mobile number they choose.
Vodafone has issued an apology to customers for its recent problems, admitting that it failed to respond swiftly enough the surge in smartphone popularity and the resulting load on its network, and has detailed plans to improve its network and customer service.
Vodafone has sent an email to customers with details on how they can get their hands on the much hyped Galaxy Tab 10.1, the 'iPad killer' previously banned in Australia but finally available down under.