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MOBILE DATA: T-Mobile Austria commences data offensive in the fall including launch of MDA Pro
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 08.09.05 - 16:35:12 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 9731x
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T-Mobile Austria is commencing a data offensive in the fall and is expanding its product and tariff portfolio: with the MDA Pro, the world’s first UMTS-capable mini laptop, T-Mobile is setting the pace in Austria.
Parallel to this Mobile Internet, which provides T-Mobile customers stationary and mobile high-speed access to the Internet, has now expanded its portfolio to offer a sensationally favorable variant for limited use: Mobile Internet Small. This means that T-Mobile customers can now surf the Internet for as little as EUR 21 per month - 250 MB is already included in the package price.

"In the data sector we are focusing on high-quality equipment that is simple to operate and enables rapid, secure access to data services via GPRS, UMTS and W-LAN as well as the possibility of using all services you are used to from your home network when you are abroad. Our customers benefit from the advantages of integration in the T-Mobile Group," commented Georg Mündl, a member of the management staff at T-Mobile Austria (Marketing), "in combination with this we offer our business and private customers simple and clear data for every type of use."

Great news for Austrian T-Mobile customers or maybe a reason to change to T-Mobile Austria? Anyway, the carrier hasn't announced the estimated sales price nor the estimated launch date yet.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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Posted by Ralph Hoogerhuis on 09.09.05 - 11:08:04

It looks if is cheap, but in The Netherlands I pay EUR 9.50 for all gprs and wlan data, actually really flat fee!!! Next week I wil get my MDA Pro.

Posted by Arne Hess on 09.09.05 - 13:26:58

Yes, you are right! I've have written about the [selfurl=http://www.theunwired.net/?itemid=2643]Dutch web'n'walk flat fee earlier[/selfurl].
Question: As far as I understod the press release, it counts for http traffic only, right? How are you charged for IMAP/POP/SMTP traffic? The Dutch press office wasn't able to answer this yet.

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