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Apple Introduces the New iPhone
Twice as Fast at Half the Price- but data rate much higher
In the US the new iPhone 3G is priced at a stunning $199 for the 8GB model, and just $299 for the 16GB model.** iPhone 3G will be available in more than 70 countries later this year, beginning with customer availability in 22 countries— Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and the US— date iPhone is available on July 11, 2008. Continue reading..
Use your iPhone as an iPod while travelling. Avoid international cell or data charges and International roaming charges. Get tips on how to travel with your iPhone.
Verizon First to Offer Starz Entertainment's New 'Starz Play' Broadband Video Service. Companies Also Extend, Expand Current FiOS TV Deal. Read more...
AT&T Mobile TV - Coming to Your Wireless Phone in May 2008; Innovative New Service to Broadcast on Two New AT&T Exclusive Handsets from LG and Samsung. Continue reading...
Verizon Online Customers Get Special Deals on Millions of Products Through SHOP.COM
YELLOWPAGES.COM Unleashes Local Search With New Mobile Products - a New iPhone Web Application and Free Downloadable Mobile Application
UM150 USB Broadband Modem From Verizon Wireless; supports WIndows and Mac
Verizon Makes Online Security Easy for Everyone; Company Offers Comprehensive, Easy-to-Use Online Security Suite to Customers of any Internet Service Provider
Verizon Wireless 'Gleams' With New Stylish Clamshell
Los Clientes de Verizon Wireless Obtienen Exclusivos Ringtones de Bob Marley
Verizon Wireless Completes Wireless Broadband Network Deployment Along Thruway Corridor; High-Speed Wireless Service Now Available from Buffalo to New York City Area. Continue reading...
Verizon Adds More Sports Programming to FiOS1, Its Local TV Channel, and On-Demand Lineup
Teens Use Cell Phones to Stay in Touch with Family and Friends, Not to Look 'Cool'
New Research From OTX and eCRUSH Shows Teens' Practicality with Mobile
OTX (Online Testing eXchange), a leading global consumer research and consulting firm, released new results from its Teen Topix study.
The Teen Topix survey taps into the complex lives of the 13-17 year old set and is done in conjunction with eCRUSH, a leading PG-13 social networking site. 750 teens across the country were surveyed about their mobile phone preferences and behavior.
A key finding of the study was insight into the way cell phones make teens 'feel' and the benefits they get from cell phone ownership.
When asked about benefits, a majority of teens cited reasons such as 'convenience of being able to communicate from anywhere (77%)' and 'security of being able to reach family (75%)' as major benefits. Much lower on the list were friends' admiration of their cell phone features (41%) or look (39%). Continue reading...