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North Korea reportedly cuts 3G for tourists, restricts access to long term visitors

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It was just a month ago that North Korea started allowing mobile internet access to visitors (while still restricting it from citizens), but now a tour group says that program has ended. First reported by North Korea Tech, a post on the Koryo Group site indicates that tourists can...
North Korea reportedly cuts 3G for tourists, restricts access to long term visitors

Ultra Mobile debuts $19 calling plan with unlimited international SMS

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If you're living on a tight budget but still need to keep in touch with loved ones who live abroad, you'll be glad to know of a new calling plan from Ultra Mobile. The upstart MVNO offers discounted access to T-Mobile's network, and for $19 per month, you'll fetch...
Ultra Mobile debuts $19 calling plan with unlimited international SMS
U.S. smartphone users spend $37.8B annually on international calls, says Rebtel

Microsoft's Skype Now Commands A Third Of A Dying Market

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At CeBIT this week, Microsoft COO Kevin Turner revealed that 33% of the world's voice calls happen on Skype now, as Stephen Shankland reports. That's a tremendous number. But it just might represent a hollow victory for Microsoft, which owns Skype. Microsoft acquired Skype to "increase the accessibility of real-time...
Microsoft's Skype Now Commands A Third Of A Dying Market
AT&T-owned AIO Wireless launches pre-paid and BYOD service, but no LTE

Avoiding Unnecessary Charges While Traveling Internationally With An iPhone

techcrunch.com
Editor’s Note: Brenden Mulligan is an avid traveler and entrepreneur who created Onesheet, Webbygram, TipList, ArtistData, MorningPics, and PhotoPile. You can find him on Twitter at @mulligan.  In my opinion, the smartphone is the greatest travel tool ever created. They enable you to be in a completely foreign place, yet immediately have access...
Avoiding Unnecessary Charges While Traveling Internationally With An iPhone

Intel-backed Nymgo primed to take on Skype with new apps and better quality calling

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The traditional telecoms market is under siege by the likes of Rebtel and Skype, today another company is putting the boot in with the launch of an enhanced PC application and new mobile apps. Nymgo started out in 2008 and has grown steadily with backing from Intel and Abraaj. The money has been...
Intel-backed Nymgo primed to take on Skype with new apps and better quality calling
Verizon’s Droid RAZR Family Finally Gets A Taste Of Ice Cream Sandwich
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?