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This story needs a bit of a translation but I haven’t been able to dig up an official press release from O2: If I understand this properly, O2 is now offering a combined 3G/GPRS/Wi-Fi card and users can connect to The Cloud or BT hotspots.
O2 follows Vodafone and T-Mobile with the combined offering. I’m anxious to see how these combined services do. The prices still need to come down and users will want to access more hotspots than are available to them through their operator. But with a lower price and more hotspot access, this type of offering would be great.
Posted by nancyg at January 18, 2005 4:42 PM
Categories: Cellular Convergence
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