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Topic # 16313 4-Oct-2007 10:34
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So because I'm a little slow and only just heard of this Orcon Mobile business, 

Does anyone have any details on it?

Services? Fees? 3G?

Will they be installing custom firmware onto the devices?

Maybe this is all a little too early to be asking?

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Reply # 89427 4-Oct-2007 10:38
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Orcon announced this back in April 2007. There are no details, and they just delayed their launch to early 2008.

So all those questions you have will remain (mostly) unanswered until them...

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  Reply # 89444 4-Oct-2007 11:34
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It's run off Vodafones network, so i can imagine similar services will be availabe e.g. HSDPA.

This article is about the iphone but has details of orcons current ideas:


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  Reply # 89462 4-Oct-2007 12:07
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Yeah I just read that link, then made this Thread :-P

I think DVB-H will be cool if they offer it with normal channels(How could they charge for this though?)

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