Vodafone has announced that its UK 4G network will be online before the end of the summer, finally offering consumers an alternative to EE. O2 and Three are also both planning to bring their networks online before the end of 2013.
On today’s Weekly News Roundup – india, we take a look at two new smartphones from Micromax, a revamped quad-core Samsung Galaxy Grand, the official arrival of the Nexus 4 and Vertu Ti, a teaser of the Notion Ink Adam 2, and a new discounted international roaming plan by Vodafone.
This week on the “Weekly News Roundup – India,” we take a look at a new glasses-free 3D smartphone from Micromax, four tablets from WickedLeak, Zync, Fly Mobile, and Intex, and some deals and offers from Vodafone.
We take a look at the latest Android news in India, including new smartphone and tablet announcements, recently released apps, and network carrier news.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 has been delayed in the UK by a week due to a low amount of stock. Carriers and retailers will try to fulfil pre-orders though.
Verizon reportedly is preparing to buy Vodafone’s stake in the company and is looking to offer a $100 billion cash and stock bid to get talks started.
Virgin Media has revealed its pricing plans for the Galaxy S4. Tariff’s start at £31 per month along with £99 down for the device.
In a new weekly segment, we will be taking a look at the latest Android news in India, including new smartphone and tablet announcements, software update rollouts, and network carrier news.
HTC confirmed the launch of the HTC One in Australia from April 23. The device will be available from most major networks including Telstra, Virgin Mobile, Optus, and Vodafone.
A light breeze of change is blowing for a little while in the wireless carrier world, with at least two of the four major American “players” looking to go through massive management alterations.