Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Still not sure how it works? Read more about the technology at Smart-Wi-Fi.com and WiFiCalling.net.
Monday, May 16, 2011
Friday, May 13, 2011
Forbes Tech Reporter Elizabeth Woyke explored what the proposed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile would mean for Wi-Fi Calling, T-Mobile's service that has attracted much love and attention from subscribers and industry watchers.
Many customers rely on Wi-Fi Calling to better manage their wireless costs, she writes, and it's an interesting topic to keep an eye on.
Read the Forbes article and let me know what you think.
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Can you hear the applause?
This is the second Android phone available from Orange with its Signal Boost (UMA) service. It's now listed on the Orange site. The other is the LG Optimus One, another strong Android smartphone. Plus, Orange also added the Nokia E5, which is optimal for business and personal use. Signal Boost is based on Smart Wi-Fi.
Mobile Burn's reviewer is a fan of the Desire. You can read his full review and watch the video tour at http://www.mobileburn.com/review.jsp?Id=13905.
Monday, May 02, 2011
I think what's really being said is that in places where the femtocell is deployed a long way from a macro signal, things work pretty well.
Certainly a Smart Wi-Fi solution would work. Wi-Fi, completely agnostic to the macro cellular network, doesn't interfere at all. Plus it's already in the places where people want coverage - the home and office. And it helps to drive offload, because 50-66% of mobile data usage occurs in the home/office.