Vodafone UK has replaced Three as Gamma Telecom’s partner, with the deal being the operator’s first MVNA.
The deal will enable Gamma Telecom’s partners to have their own customer relationships and have direct control over price and branding, which Gamma Telecom states enables them to offer a wider range of converged fixed and mobile solutions to small businesses.
The service is targeted to go live in Q2 2011, and Gamma Telecom is looking for interested partners immediately.
According to Vodafone UK Director of wholesale Tim Stone, this is a great opportunity for Vodafone’s network to strengthen the portfolios of Gammas’ partners whilst expanding Vodafone’s wholesale expertise into the fixed reseller market.
As per Gamme Telecom CEO Bob Falconer, this is the best opportunity in a decade for their channel partners to confidently get back into mobile services and knowing that they can compete effectively, differentiate their capability, and build real value into their businesses.
Samsung Galaxy S Armani has stolen hearts of many customers with its mind blowing look and high end applications. This phone has been introduced in its new addition of phones. You will find lots of applications in this find. The most attractive features include its 3 G technology which not only allows users to have high speed internet but along with it users can also enjoy video calling facility. Till date only this phone has been announced but its deals are not leaked out yet. It still comes in the coming soon phones section. You will find this phone very soon on several online web portals. Samsung Galaxy S Armani Deals is the most awaited deal till date and people of all class are eagerly waiting for its launch.
The handset is not only stylish and trendy but it is also very designer. It is being said that this is bestest phone ever been introduced in the telecom market. It comes up with wide 4.0 inches Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen which is able of supporting 16M colors. You can have huge data storage as the internal memory has capacity of 16 GB and also has got card slot where memory card of 32GB can be easily inserted. With its 5 MP camera you can click amazing photographs.
It will be offered with all networks of UK such as Vodafone, Virgin, O2, Orange, T-Mobile and three and then you can get it through all the Mobile Phones Deals of UK. You can select any one deal as per the requirement of the users. Through the deals you can get it in very pocket friendly rate. One more rumor regarding this phone is going in the market like Samsung Galaxy S Armani Contract will be available with different freebies and incentives.
Hutchison 3G UK (H3G UK), which offers services under the â€˜Three’ banner, has unveiled plans to buck the national trend of offering only fixed data usage allowances, announcing that it will introduce an unlimited usage service.
According to reports, H3G UK has announced that its â€˜One Plan’, which previously charged US$0.16 per MB for usage over the tariff’s 1GB monthly allowance, will no longer have a usage restriction, instead offering â€˜all-you-can-eat data’.
According to H3G UK’s sales and marketing director Marc Allera, at Three rhe company has built a network with the scale and scope to meet people’s data needs both now and into the future and with more and more customers choosing to opt for next generation smartphones, this will prove more important than ever … they expect to see more people using mobiles than PCs to access the internet by 2015. All-you-can-eat data is designed to remove the possibility of bill shock when you use data, so you can use your smartphone to do everything it was designed for without the worry of cost.
Sony Ericsson is one of the most popular name in mobile phone market for its unbelievable gadgets. It has proved this quotation that name is enoughâ€. The new member of this family is Sony Ericsson Satio, which comes preloaded with brilliant features and unlimited functions, which makes it an outstanding performer. Its new advanced formula makes it a compete entertainer. It has all the qualitative features that you want in required gadget. This smart phone comes with a smart display of 3.5 inches TFT touchscreen with a display size of 360 x 640 pixels supports 16M colors with an accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate and Proximity sensor for auto turn-off.
This multi functional gadget supports 2G works on GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 frequency and 3G spectrum works on HSDPA 900 / 2100 and HSDPA 850 / 1900 / 2100 Satio(a) frequency for the Americas. This facility not only gives you high speed Internet accessibility but you can also make video calls to anyone without any extra charges. This smart phone has a much qualitative camera of 12mega pixel with a high picture resolution of 4000 x 3000 pixels with auto focus, xenon flash, and video LED flash featured with Touch focus, geo-tagging, face and smile detection. This smart phone has an internal memory of 256 MB RAM, which is expandable up to 32GB by inserting micro SD memory card. Apart from this, there is a 8GB micro SD memory card which is absolutely free.
Sony Ericsson Satio contract phones are available with several lucrative deals offered by various network carriers such as Vodafone, Three, Orange, Virgin and many more. You can buy its contract deals with the contract for specific period at monthly rental plan. With these you can get incentives like free talk minutes, text messages, instant cash back offers and gifts like vacuum cleaner, video games and many more. You can buy these Sony Ericsson deals from any on line shopping portal in just a click.
Prior to Everything Everywhere being formed and the amalgamation of Orange and T-Mobile within it, Three had an agreement with T-Mobile to share a certain amount of their network transmitters etc. The agreement between Three and T-Mobile resulted in MBNL, the network joint-venture being formed.
Now that to Everything Everywhere is official and in place, the deal with MBNL remains in place. This means that Three and T-Mobile share 12,000 3G sites around the UK.
The sharing of sites includes: transmitters, base station equipment and backhaul connected to the operator’s core networks, the result is greater 3G coverage. There are also cost savings because in addition to sharing the costs for the 12,000 3G sites another 5000 will be turned off resulting in a much larger saving.
A number of companies have supported the project and these are Ericsson, BT Wholesale, BT and Arqiva.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is all set to hit the UK stores on November 1st and the expected prices of the iPad will be US$39.95 with a 2-year contract or US$957.20 for SIM free users.
According to John Doughty, Mobile Division General Manager of Micro P a trade only technology distributor confirmed, the company’s SRP for the Galaxy Tab to the customers as a standalone product SIM free is US$957.20.
Doughty, who works closely with major mobile networks Vodafone, Orange, O2, T-Mobile and Three declared that the company will also be offering Resellers the ability to sell the Galaxy Tablet as a network subsidized device at US$318 on both Business & Consumer tariffs when bought as part of a US$39.95 per month 2 year contract.
Nokia has launched a new handset this week, Nokia 5250. The device has 2.8 inch TFT resistive touchscreen with 16 million colors for a better display and comes with amazing sound quality with a 3.5 mm audio jack. The internal memory of the handset is 51 MB, enough to store your favorite tracks, videos and pictures. It can be extended up to 16 GB. It also features Bluetooth, USB, EDGE communication and a 2 MP camera. Its battery backup is as good as before – 450 hours in stand by and 7 hours and 40 minutes in talk time.
The phone is also available on deals. It is available on pay as you go deals which offer users the service of best networks of UK like Vodafone, Virgin, O2, Talk-Talk, Three, Orange, T-Mobile etc. and one do not have to sign any kind of contract in these kinds of deals. Payments in these deals are made before making calls and this will help in maintaining mobile expenses.
The other deal is Nokia 5252 SIM free deals which offer the handset without any SIM card insert, hence, users can use the network and change it whenever they want to which saves money from high roaming charges.
Bharti Airtel has signed a $1 billion (approximately Rs 4,500 crores) network expansion contract with Ericsson, a Swedish telecom equipment maker.Under this contract, Bharti Airtel will expand and upgrade its GSM and GPRS network, as well as managed services. The deal will enable Bharti Airtel to rapidly extend its GSM footprint in the country, and increase its network capacity.
The three-year services agreement will see Ericsson manage design, development, and deployment of Airtel’s network, including capacity and coverage, enabling the operator to expand in rural India, and reach out to all towns and cities in around 15 regions.Speaking at the occasion, Manoj Kohli, president, Bharti Airtel, said that their partnership with Ericsson allows them to focus on delivering better customer experience, even as they leverage the world-class expertise of their partners to roll out their networks across all census towns by March 2007.
Kohli said that they are also sourcing next generation products that will allow them to deliver innovative products and services to customers.
The contract also involves Ericsson upgrading the Airtel network with mobile softswitch (Media Gateway and MSC server), the solution that paves the way to an all-IP network. Bharti Airtel will be able to cut operational costs, and introduce new services in a cost-efficient way.
The scope of the agreement extends to 15 Airtel circles of Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, UP (East and West), Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Chennai, Karnataka, Kerala, Rajasthan, Jammu & Kashmir, Assam, and the North East.
In a statement, Mats Granryd, managing director, Ericsson India, said that rollout speed plays an extremely important role in large expansions of this nature, and that Ericsson has demonstrated expertise in this area. They are honored and pleased that Bharti Airtel has chosen them as a partner to expand its coverage across the country, particularly in untapped rural areas.