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Blackberry an Eastern Delight

BlackBerry have announced that one of India's leading full service law firms,  Bharucha & Partners, has upgraded its mobile fleet to BlackBerry® 10 smart-phones and Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) platform to BlackBerry® Enterprise Service 10 (BES10), to manage its mobile infrastructure and protect corporate data.

It is a known  fact the BlackBerry revolutionised the mobile industry when it was introduced in 1999. It was the must have tool for up and coming C level executives. Today, BlackBerry aims to inspire the success of our millions of customers around the world by continuously pushing the boundaries of mobile experiences. Founded in 1984 and based in Waterloo, Ontario. BlackBerry although a little tarnished by its unintended use by rioters in London still operates offices in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America

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Local numbers for roaming SIMs

Add local numbers from thousands of cities to your European Reseller GeoSIM, so your customers can hand out local numbers to their clients.

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Give your contacts a local phone number and receive the calls on your GeoSIM, land line, VoIP or PBX. Typically, this means your contacts can call you free* of charge from their mobiles "contract" or bundled minutes!

Geodesa has launched a new service providing DID (DDIs) phone numbers from around the world that can be linked to GeoSIM global SIM cards. provides phone numbers from more than 2,400 cities in over 60 countries that can be mapped to any land line, mobile phone, VoIP, SIP, PBX or GeoSIM.

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What is 3G a history lesson

3G - short for third generation - is a generic term for the next generation of mobile telecommunications systems.

Statistics from the auction in 2000

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Britain's Truphone wins backing from Roman Abramovich

Frustrated by the lack of mobile phone coverage at his home on a farm in Kent, inventor James Tagg decided he could improve matters by getting into the mobile business himself.

First, he launched Software Cellular Network, an early version of Skype, which allowed customers with poor mobile coverage to make calls over a wireless internet connection. Then, he invented a mobile phone sim card which allows users to operate different phone numbers from a single chip, before expanding the system into a cut price mobile network.

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Google to Turn Mobile Phones Into Wallets thanks to Near Field Communications (NFC)

The latest launch from the search giant aims to use a mobile phone to pay for everyday purchases, and heralds a new age for telecommunications.Earlier this month it was announced that Google had launched Google Wallet, their very own mobile payment system that enables the user to pay for goods and services using their mobile phone

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