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Monthly Archives: May 2010

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  • Review: LG KF390 Unlocked Phone
    Posted on May 3, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    The LG KF390 unlocked is a great slider  Phone that has been made to help those that might live in rural areas. However, it also works really well for those living in the urban setting as well. It is a solid unit that will get the job done and is fairly easy to use. This was one of the first HSDPA 7.2 Mbps cellular phones to utilize the Telstra’s Blue Tick, which enabled users not to have an external antenna in the regional coverage areas.



    It is compact and sleek in its design and seems to be very durable. The spring, which opens the slider, is well made and very responsive. The only downside to this particular phone is that the front of the phone will be a haven for fingerprints. You may want to make sure that you have some of those screen cloths as you may have to keep it clean in order to see. It does come with a small keypad and the bonus is the keys are raised and easy to use. There are also some touch sensitive keys and shortcuts as well.


    The Unlocked LG KF390 does have some basic web browsing but you may have some minor difficulties looking at some of the websites that have not been configured for mobile phones. It does have the basic multi-media functions and includes a music player but will not support A2DP Bluetooth. It does have the T9 predictive text input, a two megapixel camera and all the other tools such as the alarm clock, calendar, tasks and calculator. It will allow you to stay in contact with all of your social media as well as check on your email, send text messages and instant messaging. It is a cost effective handset and will provide you all of the basic functions.



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  • Eventhough AT&T’s own Ralph de la Vega mentioned all the way back in November 2008 that you would be able to tether your iPhone to your personal computer and use it as a modem “soon” it looks like we are still quite a ways away from seeing this functionality.  Even with many iPhone carriers around the world deploying this tethering feature as soon as Apple had it ready it seems that AT&T’s silence is saying more than they want it to.  Tech website Engadget reached out to AT&T and received this feedback concerning iPhone tethering on the AT&T network:


    Apple iPhone 3GS 32GB Black Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone


    "We understand that there is great interest in tethering but cannot provide any details at this time. We know that iPhone users love their devices and mobile broadband, and that they're likely to embrace tethering just as they have other features and apps – by using it a lot. iPhone tethering has the potential to exponentially increase traffic, and we need to ensure that we're able to deliver excellent performance for the feature – over and above the increases in data traffic we're already seeing – before we will offer the feature."


    While it does make sense for AT&T to ensure their network can handle the increased load that would accompany iPhone users being able to use their phone as a modem for their personal computers they better hurry up and figure out a solution quickly or risk losing business customers to Verizon.  Verizon recently announced that their Palm Mobile Hotspot app would be a free add on with the Pre Plus and Pixi Plus that is sure to draw the attention of many business customers and frequent travelers that would benefit from being able to use their mobile device as a mobile hot spot while on the road.



    This post was posted in Apple, Palm and was tagged with Verizon, Palm Pre, AT&T, iPhone

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  • One the popular complaints of Boost Mobile customers have been the lack of exciting mobile devices to choose from.  Well it looks like those who are taking advantage of Boost’s budget conscious $50 Monthly Unlimited Plan are in store for a few new upgrades from mobile phone developer Kyocera.  The new Sanyo Juno by Kyocera is now going to be available in both impulsive pink and deep blue for the low cost of $99.99, around the same price as the LG KP500.  Juno offers a sense of simplicity with a nice touch of flare to go with its full QWERTY keyboard and large 2.2 inch display screen that makes viewing the phone’s menu icons extremely easy.



    A lack of colors within the Boost Mobile handset catalogue has long been one of the major complaints of Boost Mobile consumers.
    “Juno adds some real fun to Boost’s growing handset lineup as it has the perfect combination of functionality, a sleek look and hot colors,” said Neil Lindsay, chief marketing officer for Boost Mobile. “Paired with the Monthly Unlimited Plan, consumers will get exactly what they crave to meet their talking and texting needs for a low, straightforward price.”
    Some of the other features included with the Juno are:
    · Full QWERTY Keypad
    · Thin design with 2.2” High-Res Color Display
    · 1.3MP Camera with Digital Zoom
    · Dedicated 1-click text & .com keys
    · Wireless Web Email Access
    · Instant Messaging [Capable]
    · Multi-Media & Threaded Text Messaging
    · Bluetooth®
    · GPS & Wireless Web Enabled
    · Voicemail, Caller ID, Call Waiting & Call Forwarding
    · Speakerphone with Voice Recognition
    · Downloadable Games, Wallpapers & Ringtones
    · 600 Entry Phonebook
    · Alarm Clock, Calendar, To Do List, Calculator & Voice-Memo Recorder
    It finally looks like Boost Mobile fans are starting to get some decent phones, in addition to the BlackBerry Curve, from which to choose.  This will surely make their highly desirable $50 Monthly Unlimited Plan all the more successful.



    This post was posted in General and was tagged with Sanyo Juno, LG KP500, Kyocera, Boost Mobile, Blackberry Curve

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