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A really great review here from GSM arena with a punch on between the 2 smart phone heavy weights of the day. For those customers that want us to make the decision for them ... read the review!
A very interesting article in business week on the extremes Apple go's to to ensure production quality and supply is met.
Going overseas and don't want to run up that big bill on your phone? Here's a few tips to save while International Roaming.
1...Do you really need the phone while OS? Leaving the phone at home is the cheapest option! If you do need to take the phone with you make sure you contact your carrier before leaving Australia to make sure International roaming is active on your phone.
2. International Roaming data is expensive... at $20.50 per Mb it doesn't take long to run up a big bill, particularly with the new range of smart phones and tablets and pads that are continually seeking data. Turn it off from your handset or pad and use WIFI where possible. If you do have to use roaming data try to keep it brief and then turn it off from the handset when done.
3. With International Roaming you also get charged for calls you receive (up to $5 per minute for incoming calls in those out of the way places like Ulan Bator or Tierra Del Fuego, so if you want to remain in charge and save, have your phone diverted to Voice Mail Unconditional. This way all calls go direct to your Voice Mail in Australia...way cheaper. Have a message along the lines of I'm out of the country and not taking calls, please text me if its urgent.
4. Use Text messages where possible. At 75c each as opposed to up to $7 per minute for outgoing calls its way cheaper and it costs you nothing to receive the text while roaming.
With the much anticipated release of the iPhone $s last week we have had a quite a few customers ask us which phone is better ...the Samsung Galaxy S2 or the iPhone 4S...
It really depends on user preference and in particular for us what type of PCs you have operating at home or in your office. If you have Windows PCs go with the Samsung. If you have Apple PCs go with the iPhone.
From purely technical Specification the Samsung has it over the iPhone.
Available Networks. Both Phones operate on HSDPA 850/900/1900/2100 3G networks however The Samsung S2 has 4G capability while the iPhone doesn't. Whys is this important? With Both Telstra and Optus promising to roll out 4g networks from late 2011 having a 4G capable phone will make it somewhat future proof. Initial testing is showing LTE 4G networks running at around 4-5 times the speed in both download and upload speeds so it is a noticeable difference in speed if your device is 4G capable.
Size. The Samsung Galaxy S2 is larger than the iPhone 4S but lighter and has a longer and wider 4 inch Screen as opposed to a 3.5 inch screen on the iPhone doesn't sound like a lot but when it comes to web browsing the extra space really counts.
Power. The iPhone 4s has a Dual Core 1Gb processor with 512mb Ram. The Samsung Galaxy S2 has a faster Dual Core 1.2G processor with 1gb of Ram. In built storage is where the iPhone triumphs with 64Gb while the galaxy S2 has 32Gb but can also take a 32gb Micro SDH Expansion Card.
Battery Time. Talk time on the Galaxy S2 8hrs 30 mins. iPhone 8hrs. The Samsung has a 1650mah removable battery while the iPhone has 1420 non removable battery. Standby time on the iPhone 4s is 200hrs while on the Samsung Galaxy S2 its an enormous 700hrs
Support . Both companies have outstanding support centres both on line and in store within Australia.
Cameras. Both Come with a 8mp primary camera however the Samsung gets a 2mp secondary camera supporting 1080p, 30fps video while the iPhone has a VGA secondary camera. The Samsung Galaxy S has Flash Support while the iPhone electronically adjust the light for low light situations.
Price . Both 16Gb versions are priced within $20 of each other.
We are happy to announce the release of new Mobile Phone plans today.
Our new $49 Business plan comes with $500 of calls and text to anyone, $500 of fleet calls to others on your account and 1.5Gb of data.
Our new $59 Business plan is the first time we have had a mobile phone plan at this price point. The $59 business plan comes with $700 of calls and text to anyone, $900 of fleet calls to others on your account, 6000 free SMS and 2Gb of data.
The new $79 Business plan comes with $850 of calls and text to anyone, $2000 of fleet calls to others on your account, 6000 free SMS and 3Gb of data.
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