The number of iPhone users of China Mobile, world’s largest mobile carrier based on the number of subscribers, has now reached 10 million, according to an announcement by its company Chairman on Monday, October 25, 2011.
The popularity of iPhone has grown significantly over the years since the release of the original iPhone in June 29, 2007 up to the iPhone 4S that features the latest mobile operating system iOS 5.
Wang Jianzhou, China Mobile Chairman, also revealed that they are discussing with Apple the details of making iPhone compatible with China Mobile‘s TD-LTE standard.
Several meetings by China Mobile with Steve Jobs, Apple Inc.‘s co-founder and former CEO, were made previously to discuss the introduction of an iPhone based on its own local network standard.
China Mobile is developing its next-generation TD-LTE mobile network technology and will be out for commercial trials next year in selected cities.
At the end of September, China Mobile increased its subscribers based to over 630 million, most of which are low-end users who only make calls and send text messages.
Are you looking for a radio station that provides fearless and balance news? After 10 long years of waiting, the Inquirer Group of Companies has finally launched its own radio station-Radyo Inquirer DZIQ 990 AM. The new radio station has a catch phrase that says-“990 IQ KO!” IQ is taken from the radio station’s call letters, dzIQ, while 990 represents the AM band location.
The Lyceum of the Philippines University (LPU) Batangas, in its pursuit of academic excellence and providing quality services to its students, recently upgraded its internet line.
LPU‘s previous internet connectivity is a Philippine Long Distance Telephone (PLDT) DSL with a bandwidth of 3.5 Mbps. But since DSL is not a guaranteed connection, LPU suffered from intermittent internet connection due to the increase in internet users within the university. Internet user connectivity includes wireless fidelity (wifi), and wired connections. This prompted the management to look for a more reliable internet connectivity. Fortunately, Globe Telecom recommended a 2 Mbps leased line to solve the problem.
After several weeks of testing and monitoring, we can say that LPU‘s internet connectivity has given our students an enjoyable and reliable browsing experience.
What is a Leased Line
A dedicated, point-to-point, clear channel connection between two offices. A preferred mode for full time, guaranteed, dedicated and private connectivity for data, voice, and video applications.
The following table, shows the technical specifications of a leased line compared with other Globe products.
|Features||Frame Relay||Leased Line||ATM|
|Bandwidth||64 Kbps – 155 Mbps||64 Kbps – 2.5 Gbps||2 Mbps – 155 Mbps|
|Network||MSDDN, ICON||via ICON/MSDDN
64 kbps – 10 Mbps;
via Metro Ethernet
> 10 Mbps
|MSDDN and ICON|
|Access||Leased Line||Facilities are fiber optics,copper,radio||ATM|
|Interface||V35,G703, STMx Optical||V35,G703, STMx Optical||V35,G703, STMx Optical|
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Starting January 18, 2010, Globe Tattoo Broadband owners can now surf, text and even call using a single SIM from their Tattoo USB. Globe Tattoo users can now call any landline phones, mobile phones, or other pc directly from the users’ pc or laptop without the need for internet connection. Just open the Tattoo interface and you can readily call anyone.
Globe Tattoo sticks comes with ImmortalCall Plus, Globe Tattoo’s landmark offer with five Immortal call minutes and 50 Immortal texts that will never expire. All you need to do is load at least P 30 onto your Tattoo USB via Globe Load, and you’re all set.
Requirements to call using Globe Tattoo
- PC or laptop
- Globe Tattoo USB
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