The new prepaid discounter helloMobil launches in the O2 network almost daily new prepaid provider like mushrooms from the ground shooting. The offer has become nearly unmanageable. There are umpteen vendors with different tariffs, conditions and advantages and disadvantages. Here, mostly just a prepaid comparison help to keep the overview. Now an additional prepaid joined by provider on this huge offer. Compared to other network providers such as Vodafone, Telecom and E-plus, there are still quite a few prepaid provider in the network of O2.
In addition to O2 itself, Fonic, and Discoplus, now also the mobile service provider launches its prepaid helloMobil offer on the O2 network. The O2 network is constantly being expanded. The earlier problems of bad reception of the past seem to belong to. At least in cities and well populated areas, the network coverage seems to be now well. Calls in addition to the favourable and the offer of helloMobil mainly to occasional surfer is text for 8 cents the minute and SMS to all networks,.
Here 2 offers helloMobil optionally add additional flat rate tariffs for the occasional surf with your mobile phone. The 50 MB mobile surfing tariff offers, as the name implies, a monthly data volume of 50 MB and monthly costs 4.95 monthly fee. Exceed the 50MB limit, each additional megabyte costs 19 cents. The fare has a minimum period of 1 month and can be cancelled every day. Speed is surfed with GPRS. 200 MB mobile surf tariff, however, offers a monthly data volume of 200 MB and does cost 9.95 monthly. Be exceeded the 200MB in the current month, so no further costs. The speed is throttled however speed of UMTS GPRS. This fare has a minimum duration of 3 months and can be terminated then every day. International calls at helloMobil are the minute, 1.99, quite expensive. An SMS abroad costs 29 cents. There are however better alternatives such as for example, Otelo. HelloMobil offers the starter for 9.95 incl. 10 starting credit.
TELES offers solutions for least cost routing, last mile connections via mobile phone and backup solutions at fixed mains Berlin, 12.01.2012. TELES is a technology partner in the Avaya DevConnect Program now. Thus TELES meets the stringent requirements set by Avaya customer satisfaction, product support, marketing and sales terms. TELES access gateway complement the portfolio of Avaya solutions for least cost routing, last mile connections via mobile and fallback solutions at fixed mains. With the DevConnect Program Avaya provides member companies support in the development and marketing of products that have been tested for compatibility with Avaya solutions. TELES provides solutions that can be smoothly integrated with the unified communications offering from Avaya.
Members of the Avaya DevConnect Program have expertise in a variety of technologies. These technologies help companies to increase the value of their networks consisting of components of from different manufacturers. In this way they make a smart voice communication Business application, which contributes to the success of the company. Addition to the portfolio of Avaya TELES access gateway costs for connections between fixed and mobile communications and allow low-cost dialing from your mobile communication technology solutions company. In this way, you can provide, without incurring any additional costs advanced features on the phone with access gateways from TELES.
Furthermore TELES access gateways provide back-up solutions via the mobile network at a fixed mains. In addition SMS communication integrates easily into existing infrastructures. Depending on the model, TELES access gateways have four to 32 mobile radio channels, up to 30 voice channels and multiple E1/T1 interfaces. Seamless integration of technology partners like TELES communication solutions help our customers to make better use the investment in their infrastructures by integrating additional functions into existing communication solutions”, says Eric Rossman, Vice President, Developer relations, Avaya. This gives our customers more flexibility and increases the reliability of their networks.” Access gateway solutions from TELES company for example mobile phones of their employees integrate into Avaya FMC (fixed mobile convergence) and UC (unified communications) solutions, to reduce connection costs. Support provides advanced technical support, compliance testing and marketing measures for developer Avaya”TELES, says Oliver Olbricht, Chief Operating Officer of TELES. In this way we can ensure the compatibility of our products with solutions from Avaya and optimally appeal to our joint customers.” The Avaya DevConnect Program supports companies to develop products that are compliant with Avaya communication solutions. The members have already developed a variety of solutions that have been tested for compatibility with Avaya. Applications include wireless applications, special solutions for computer speech recognition Telephony integration (CTI) and reports, as well as industry-specific applications.
What is the long term evolution technology and what makes this technique from? The mobile Internet has enormously developed in itself in recent years, particularly thanks to smartphones, and has become essential in this day and age for many people. Especially for young people the phone replaced the computer, because the Internet is always available on your mobile phone. However, the mobile Internet is still slower than conventional Internet via an ISP. Another drawback to the mobile Internet is also or especially in rural areas, poor reception with “slow” Internet so wrapped in bandages. What is LTE? LTE is the term for long term evolution. LTE is also often called a “4 G”, because this technology the successor of “3 G” is. This has been the fastest mobile Internet connection. LTE will be up to 10 times faster than a DSL connection.
The maximum download speed with LTE up to 100 MBit/s varies, the upload speed of up to 50 MBit/s advantages of LTE the new long term evolution technology offers in addition to the much higher speed or some other advantages over the older technologies. By the package-oriented data transfer LTE not so burdened the battery of the mobile phone as other transmission facilities. Lower latency from the mobile to the fixed network (less than 5 ms) are a further advantage. Conclusion: LTE is without a doubt the Internet of the future. Due to the incredible speed it will prevail sooner or later against the older technologies. The question will be just when mobile operators have sufficiently expanded the LTE networks. For the rural regions, LTE offers finally faster Internet for the PC. By towers with LTE, this is available in the entire district and can be used to at home. It should be noted, however, that nowadays very few phones possess the technology to use LTE.