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The low-end of the Android market is set to receive a new competitor in the form of the Huawei Ascend G300.The touchscreen Android handset was announced by Vodafone, which said it would be the exclusive stockist of the device, on Thursday.
@3uk Picture this: I’m sat on the train, with my Android mobile tethered to my laptop, eking out my paltry 500MB of data bandwidth from Vodafone by turning off all images in my browser.I spy a poster, a big poster, boldly proclaiming:Goodbye data limits.
Vodafone has partnered with McAfee to provide its customers with better security options; however, customers could be paying more if all they want is a yearly subscription.
Vodafone's UK and German operations have made it possible for customers to pay for Android apps using their mobile phone account, rather than having to use Google's systems.The move was announced on Friday, with Vodafone saying it marked the first deployment of operator billing for Android Market apps in Europe.
The Android-based HTC Sensation is now available on the Vodafone network in the UK.The handset packs a 1.
The HTC Sensation smartphone will launch in the UK on Vodafone in May, bringing with it updates to the HTC Sense interface and full 1080p video capture
Vodafone is about to make it possible to buy a Google Nexus S Android smartphone on a one-year contract.On Tuesday a spokesman for the operator told ZDNet UK that Vodafone was bringing in new 12-month contracts — the last couple of years have seen a major push for 18-24-month subscription terms, making it almost impossible to get a one-year contract on most networks — because it "gives customers greater flexibility".
The operator, which will cut its 'fair-use' cap for mobile internet usage to 500MB a month, has told its customers to stop watching videos and downloading files on their phones
This morning Google unveiled the Nexus S, the latest in its self-branded line-up of Android phones, and the first device globally to ship with the new 2.3 'Gingerbread' version of its operating system. Yet the search giant has no plans so far to launch the device in Australia.
Vodafone Hutchison Australia last night gave several indications it wasn't willing to let its flagship HTC Desire HD handset be used on other carriers' networks, confirming it would have exclusive Australian distribution "forever" and that it would not offer an outright purchase price for the device.
ZDNet UK has taken a tour of the Chinese manufacturer's Shenzhen campus, which highlights Huawei's latest kit for mobile operators as well as a range of its future technology
Mobile telco Vodafone-Hutchison Australia (VHA) has secured an exclusive deal with HTC to launch the Asian manufacturer's new Android-based HTC Desire HD handset in Australia, one-upping Telstra's existing control of the original Desire.
Vodafone has reversed its decision to bring the much-maligned Vodafone 360 services and branding update to the HTC Desire.The branding update, which added a number of irremovable apps to the homescreen as well as a new Vodafone 'splash' screen, started rolling out on 3 August but unhappy customers' comments quickly flooded the operator's own support forum.
VHA chief executive Nigel Dews yesterday said that the release of the iPhone 4 had not caused a rise in customer service complaints about reception issues for the company's Vodafone and 3 brands, and said the phone's glamorous launch party at the Ivy bar in Sydney had been well worth it.
The operator has sent out a branding and 360 services update that has left some Desire owners unhappy about the changes
The operator, which has not given further details of its plans for LiMo phones, says it will focus on delivering its 360 social aggregation services across multiple platforms
The operator has said that it will start a phased over-the-air rollout of the Android OS, also known as Froyo, to the Google handset in the coming week
Vodafone Australia's official Twitter account has promised customers more information on an Australian launch of the Nexus One by the end of the week, adding fuel to the fire of speculation that the mobile telco will launch Google's Android-based smartphone in Australia.
The application store will give Vodafone customers an alternative to the Android Market, with payments going through the operator rather than through Google
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