Thursday, December 18, 2008

Cellular One/Dobson to be acquired by AT&T

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AT&T had recently announced their plans to acquire small-time competitor Dobson Communications, which competes with AT&T in 16 different states nationwide. The acquisition of Dobson will allow AT&T to further strengthen and broaden its networks, taking advantage of areas where Dobson's network was once dominant to AT&T's. This will allow AT&T to extend its service and products, such as the iPhone, to areas like Alaska that couldn't once access these products before. This is a big move by AT&T, as it is going to cost them about $5 billion to complete this acquisition, which includes Dobson's $2.3 billion outstanding debt. If all goes as planned, things should be nearing completion by December.

Sunday, December 14, 2008

HTC 4300

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CelluarOne's HTC 4300 is a great addition to their current lineup. The HTC smartphone that utilizes a full Qwerty keyboard and is also based off of the popular Windows Mobile 5 OS. The HTC 4300 is very similar to the MDA, in fact I think they're based off of the same platform, but none the less the HTC 4300 is quite the looker. For a phone that houses such features such as web browsing, picture messaging, memory card expansion slot, wifi, bluetooth, and a video recorder you would expect to be lugging around a computer. That's not the case with the HTC 4300 since it is complied nicely into a sleek and subtle phone. The HTC 4300 is currently available for about $479 from Cellular one of San Luis Obispo and for what you get with the phone, I would recommend this unit to any smart phone fanatic that uses CellularOne.

Monday, December 1, 2008

Motorola ROKR E1 for Cellular One

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The Motorola ROKR E1 is the first non-Apple mobile phone that utilizes the iTunes music applications. As far as music is concerned, the Apple iPod has been very remarkably consistent on being the best portable music player. The fusion between Motorola and Apple to produce a very notable music phone is most likely a take on Sony Ericsson and Walkman's domination on that category.

But whether Motorola and Apple succeed or not, the Motorola ROKR E1 surely rocks! With built-in memory that can hold up to 100 songs, a very crisp voice quality on the headset and stereo speakers, and other features that, well, rock. Clad this mobile phone with Motorola cell phone accessories like cell phone cases, cell phone covers, etc. and you are good to go.
Cell phone batteries go a long way wit this mobile phone. Average talk time can go as far as 4 hours and 20 minutes. Stand by time can last for 230 hours.


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