Sprint is offering a service plan for unlimited calls made between mobile phones as aggressive competition in pricing continues to intensify.
Archive for September 10th, 2009
InfoWorld – Motorola plans to expand software development possibilities for its newly announced Motoblur software, which puts social networking capabilities on the company’s Cliq mobile phone. But the company expects that subsequent devices will be offered with more of a business application bent, a high-ranking Motorola executive said Thursday.
AP – Intensifying competition in wireless pricing, Sprint Nextel Corp. will offer unlimited domestic calls to other mobile phones regardless of the recipient’s service provider.
Reuters – Motorola Inc unveiled on Thursday the first of many cellphones to be developed in partnership with Google, but analysts questioned if it could revive the once-dominant handset maker’s fortunes.
PC World – AT&T is working to bolster its claim of having “America’s Fastest 3G Network,” by rolling out HSPA 7.2 in six cities by year-end. The speed improvements are nice, sure, but they alone won’t help the legions of angry subscribers who experience dropped calls and spotty service.
PC Magazine – Sprint on Thursday introduced a plan that provides unlimited calling from Sprint phones to any other mobile phone, regardless of provider.