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Vodafone wants to get rid of ISDN customers earlier

Telekom is not the only company that wants to switch all its customers to all-IP connections: Vodafone has also announced its intention to do so by 2022. Now the Reds seem to want to speed up the process. As heise.de reports, some users have received a corresponding letter from Vodafone, in which more or less directly threatened with termination - should the users ...

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O2 and E-Plus merge 3G network

Earlier than planned, O2 and E-Plus are merging the UMTS network - this was announced by Telefónica after it bought its competitor E-Plus. The solution is national roaming in the 3G network. The advantage for customers: network coverage will be significantly better for Telefónica and E-Plus customers, especially with regard to data applications. In the urban area, Telefónica has a ...

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Fyve or Congstar: Discounter in the D-Net

D-networks do not have to be expensive: with Congstar (a Telekom subsidiary) and Fyve (a product of ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG), there are two low-cost providers that operate on the Telekom (Congstar) and Vodafone networks respectively. Fyve is a classic prepaid provider, whereas Congstar also offers postpaid contracts as well as DSL and VDSL. Both offer calls and SMS for 9 ...

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o² to congstar - my change

After I am increasingly dissatisfied with o² and congstar as a Telekom subsidiary operates in the D1 network (which is generally considered much more reliable) I dare my first provider change with number porting. Actually, this should work without problems, but so far I only have the confirmation from o² that my letter of cancellation has arrived. The prices are quite similar with congstar ...

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Fyve instead of o2o? A self-test - Part 2: No Internet

After the ZTE Blade/San Francisco arrived (admittedly a used device, but with OLED there are actually no new ones to get) it should actually go to see how well the mobile Internet offer of Fyve, handled by Vodafone, works. The result so far after two days: not at all. On Saturday I had for about 45min in ...

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HTC Desire: Android 2.2 for Vodafone customers - now for real

After Vodafone already had a medium-sized PR disaster, when instead of the Android 2.2 update that customers had hoped for, there was only Android 2.1, but with branding, everything should now be fine on Monday. Vodafone has announced that it will be bringing Android 2.2 over-the-air to the HTC Desire from Monday 23/08/2010. And - this is perhaps the ...

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HTC Desire: Vodafone with Android update - but not to 2.2

Vodafone had started to distribute an update for the HTC Desire. Joyful expectation of the customers: finally Android 2.2. But far from it: Instead of the current version of the Android operating system, there was only an operator update, which on top of everything also introduced a software branding (the Vodafone 360 applications were added indelibly). Not enough that these applications are used by most customers ...

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Nexus One still not (officially) available in Germany

In January, there was still a rumor that the Nexus One would be available at Vodafone for €149.00 including contract starting in February. Apparently, that did not work out, neither the Vodafone nor the Google site give a hint when the Nexus One will be available in Germany. However, free retailers offer the device, the price ...

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HTC Magic comes on April 17

Vodafone's answer to the T-Mobile G1, the HTC Magic, is apparently not coming until April 17. This is reported by various blogs, including mobilegear.com, engadget.com and talkandroid.com. On the latter, there is also a screenshot that is said to confirm the date. Although this only applies to Vodafone's home country England for now, the HTC Magic will probably be available in other ...

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