Helio First MVNO To Offer Data Card
Oct 4, 2006, 5:00 AM by (staff)
Helio today launched the Hybrid, an EV-DO PC card based on the Sierra AirCard 580. Although the card itself only has a EV-DO, Hybrid includes software that will allow a Windows laptop to seamlessly switch between the card and the laptop's built in Wi-Fi. The monthly data subscription includes both EV-DO data as well as access to any hotspot on the Boingo network. The software will ask to join any Boingo or free, open hotspot when in range if that can provide a better connection. Helio is offering the card for free with a 2 year membership to the Hybrid plan, which costs $85 per month. It will be available in Fry's as well as online.
Integral Debuts 512 GB MicroSD Card
Integral has announced what is the world's first 512 GB microSD card for smartphones, tablets, cameras, and other devices. Until this week, the highest-capacity card, 400 GB, was sold by SanDisk.
Helio Quietly Reboots On Sprint and Verizon's Networks
Helio, an MVNO that shuttered its doors years ago, is back. The company announced its return via Twitter and is once again offering prepaid service.
Verizon Offering 1GB of Free Data for the Holidays
Verizon Wireless customers can snag an extra 1GB of mobile data this month from Big Red. The promotional data offer can be redeemed online and will be added to the account holder's existing data allotment for the current billing period.
SanDisk Says Latest MicroSD Card Is 3X Faster
SanDisk today announced the Extreme Pro microSDXC UHS-II card for mobile devices. The Class 10 card meets UHS Speed Class 3 and can deliver transfer speeds at up to 275Mbps.
FreedomPop Expands to AT&T's LTE Network
FreedomPop today said it has struck an agreement with AT&T that allows its customers to access AT&T's LTE network. FreedomPop is a WiFi-first carrier that provides unlimited calling and texting from WiFi hotspots and low-cost service when connected to cellular networks.
Verizon got sued for their Bluetooth fiasco a couple years back and that wasnt even a fraction as blatent as this.
Way to go Helio!
Sounds like all these service providers that offer "unlimited" but with a cap on it are setting theirselves up for a lawsuit.
Verizon got sued for their Bluetooth fiasco a couple years back and that wasnt even a fr
Not the only one
This article claims that This is first system to allow smooth transition to Wifi hot spots. However with a Mac you can do this on any carrier.
And Macs NEVER get viruses or crash, either.
Helio Terms of Service