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    1. Vodafone Sure Signal now plugs directly into the wall, doles out more 3G at once

      Vodafone Sure Signal now plugs directly into the wall, doles out more 3G at once
      Femtocells are rarely subtle devices, including Vodafone's earlier Sure Signal models. That's what makes a newly revamped version of the Sure Signal so noteworthy -- it's very nearly unintrusive. The new edition plugs directly into a wall outlet and doesn't occupy more space than a night light, letting it dish out 3G in low-reception areas without becoming a conspicuous part of the landscape. It ...
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      Mentions: 3G Vodafone
    2. AT&T tweaking messaging plans, killing some upgrade discounts, raising fees and MicroCell pricing

      AT&T tweaking messaging plans, killing some upgrade discounts, raising fees and MicroCell pricing
      How on Earth have Verizon and AT&T both decided to kill off their upgrade discount programs within a few days of each other? Hard to say, but we've gotten a little peek at some new policies designed to "streamline" things that are apparently coming into effect next Sunday, January 23rd -- and very few (if any) of them are going to bring a smile to your face. Here's the gist: There'll be a new ...
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      Mentions: Chris Ziegler 3G AT&T
    3. T-Mobile G2 WiFi calling and tethering update begins rolling out today?

      T-Mobile G2 WiFi calling and tethering update begins rolling out today?
      Get ready G2 owners because it looks like an OTA update will begin distribution on November 3rd (yes, that's today) to flip the switch on WiFi tethering and T-Mobile's WiFi Calling for Android feature. The anticipated update lets G2 owners make voices calls and send SMS messages from WiFi networks without a femtocell thus conserving their monthly contractual network allotments -- something that ...
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    4. T-Mobile finally brings Android into the WiFi calling game

      T-Mobile finally brings Android into the WiFi calling game
      Eschewing the femtocells that most of its competitors have embraced, T-Mobile USA has long touted WiFi calling as the answer for augmenting its cellular network -- problem is, they've generally done a poor job of rolling it out to a wide variety of handsets. Notably absent from the compatibility list so far, Android is finally being welcomed to the club today -- as rumored -- with the recently ...
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    5. AT&T handing out free 3G MicroCells to loyal customers?

      AT&T handing out free 3G MicroCells to loyal customers?
      While we've no clue how widespread AT&T's generosity is, or how you might get one, it appears that the company's "most valuable customers" are now receiving free range-boosting femtocells . Today, loyal reader Jason got a old-fashioned paper letter in the mail, offering his iPhone-wielding family a 3G MicroCell with no strings attached. Driving down to the local AT&T store, he got the product ...
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      Mentions: 3G
    6. Sprint Airave gets remixed by Airvana, has VoIP landline and Ev-do support

      The Samsung-sourced femtocell that Sprint and Verizon have been offering (as the Airave and Wireless Network Extender , respectively) is all well and good, but it's got one fatal flaw: unlike AT&T's aptly-named 3G MicroCell , it doesn't have support for 3G data -- it's compatible with CDMA 1x alone. Verizon's fixing that later this year with an updated model from Samsung , but thanks to a fresh ...
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    7. Novatel MiFi proves "3G hotspot" and "sexy" can coexist - Engadget

      Novatel MiFi proves "3G hotspot" and "sexy" can coexist by Chris Ziegler, posted Dec 9th 2008 at 8:00AM Our EV-DO ExpressCards are looking a whole lot frumpier (and less functional) today now that Novatel's shown off this hot little metallic number, the "MiFi" mobile 3G hotspot for getting high-speed data to you and your closest friends on the go. Routing your choice of EV-DO Rev. A or HSPA over WiFi, the slab is about as wide and long as a credit card -- goodness -- and features an interna
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      Mentions: Chris Ziegler 3G
    8. Motorola shows off femtocell-in-a-digiframe concept

      Motorola shows off femtocell-in-a-digiframe concept
      Filed under: Cellphones , Desktops , Displays , Wireless After personally trying out Sprint's AIRAVE , we're confident that femtocells have a place in this world. Thankfully, Motorola's already trying to make them less of an eyesore by integrating a CDMA femtocell into something we wouldn't mind showing off in the den: an inconspicuous digital photo frame. The "3-in-1" concept ...
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    9. Unboxing and hands-on with Sprint's Airave femtocell

      Unboxing and hands-on with Sprint's AIRAVE femtocell by Darren Murph, posted Aug 12th 2008 at 11:01AM Sprint's AIRAVE signal booster isn't officially on sale nationwide just yet (August 17th, for those curious), but for those anxious to pull the trigger (or merely mulling the decision), we've got a few hands-on shots to whet your appetite. So, where are they? Why, over at Engadget Mobile, that's where! Keep an eye out for a review to pop shortly
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