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Vodafone 845 Android phone

Posted in Vodafone by Conner Flynn on March 10th, 2010

Vodafone’s 845 Android phone has just leaked online. We know that it will be affordable and it might ship with Vodafone 360 social networking support. The budget Android-powered smartphone is scheduled to hit the market in May sometime.

Some features include a 2.8″ QVGA display, 3G and Wi-Fi, GPS navigation support, a 3.2-megapixel camera and Bluetooth. It’s looking like the Vodafone 845 will be €150 on pay as you go at launch.

Samsung H1 also has a Pizza Hut app

Posted in Vodafone by Conner Flynn on November 5th, 2009

Samsung H1 also has a Pizza Hut appSamsung’s 360 H1 is now available from Vodafone UK. One of the more interesting features is that it will be getting a Pizza Hut application very soon, allowing you to order pizza directly from the phone. Just like with your iPhone.

The application will bill the order directly to your phone bill, so be careful. You don’t want to leave your phone lying around so your friends can order pizza. Orders up to £30 are accepted and you’ll get a 20% discount each time.

Vodafone 14.4 Megabit mobile broadband

Posted in Vodafone by Conner Flynn on August 27th, 2009

Vodafone 14.4 Megabit mobile broadbandVodafone will be introducing their 14.4 Megabit mobile broadband service nationwide and they will be the first UK telco provider to do it as well. Of course, major city centres will be the first to benefit from it, including London, Birmingham and Liverpool.

Vodafone reports “over 80%” of all its datacards/dongles and 3G handsets can take advantage of the new speeds. Customers would have to settle for typical speeds that range from 1Mbps to 4 Mbps, hitting a practical maximum speed of 10.8Mbps.

Palm Treo 500v Launches with Vodafone

Posted in News,Palm,Smart Devices,Vodafone by Darrin Olson on September 12th, 2007

Palm Treo 500v with Vodafone launches in EuropePalm has officially announced the release of the first major revision to the Palm hardware with the new Treo 500v 3G smartphone, coming to Europe via Vodafone October 1. The new sleek looking Treo will come in two different colors of glacier white or charcoal grey.

The 500v will be running on Windows Mobile 6 and supports Direct Push along with POP3 for email connections. It also houses IE mobile with access to Google Maps and eBay and will have Vodafone live! for accessing sports, news, etc.

The hardware on this model lacks a touchscreen (and Wi-Fi), but does have a 2 megapixel camera, 150MB of internal memory and a microSD card slot for capacity expanding. It also features a full QWERTY keyboard, a nice 320×240-pixel Transflective color screen and a center-mounted 5-way navigator for making your way through the features …

Can Your iPhone Phone Vodafone?

Posted in iPhone,Vodafone by Chetz on July 20th, 2007

Can Your iPhone Phone VodafoneThere is a weird story developing on the The Unofficial Apple Weblog that seems to be impossible but, well, there it is. The TUAW guy claims to have used an application called iASign and a prepaid AT&T card, taken it down to his UK-based Vodafone retailer, got them to recognize the sim card inside an o2XDA phone he brought with him, went back home, popped out the AT&T card and put it inside his iPhone. And now he’s making phone calls on the Vodafone network using the Apple iPhone. Supposedly this should be impossible to do. There has been a couple of hiccups; he’s had no luck getting video or visual voicemail to play on the iPhone via Voda’s network but he can mail images. It’s not quite an unlocked iPhone but time well tell if other international sim cards can also …

Vodafone Integrates Google Maps for Mobile

Posted in Google,News,Vodafone by Paul Patterson on February 12th, 2007

Vodafone Integrates Google Maps for MobileVodafone can add yet another service to its growing family of mobile applications. In a recent announcement from the mobile telecommunications company, Vodafone Live! will now offer Google Maps for mobile in addition to Google Search.

In the agreement, Vodafone and Google will develop a location-based version of Google Maps for mobile. The service is expected to offer customers access to maps, local listings, local search, and navigation capabilities. Google and Vodafone are also developing a service that provides customers on selected handsets with an automatic user-location capability.

Other enhancements include changes to Vodafone’s multimedia portal, Vodafone live. These changes will include search technology from Google that enables customers to access both on-portal and off-portal sites in the wider mobile internet.

This announcement is another example of how Vodafone is working to bring popular Internet brands and services to the mobile phone. An announcement …

YouTube Mobile Coming to Vodafone

Posted in News,Vodafone,YouTube by Paul Patterson on February 10th, 2007

YouTube Mobile Coming to Vodafone MobilesA version of YouTube mobile will soon be available to Vodafone customers in the U.K.

The YouTube mobile service for Vodafone will include a new selection of popular videos each day. Customers will be able to upload their own content from their mobile phones, forward links of videos to friends, and search through video content.

“Today’s announcement with YouTube further expands the range of Internet services we’re bringing to the mobile, introducing a seamless experience that allows customers to engage with user generated content on the move,” said Frank H.Rövekamp, Global Chief Marketing Officer, Vodafone. “Through attracting the most popular internet brands onto Vodafone mobile devices we will continue to ensure our customers can access and share the best entertainment anytime and anywhere.”

Vodafone has been on a spree of partnerships of late. Recent announcements include alliances with MySpace, eBay, and even …