by Mike Masnick

Telstra Goes i-Mode

Down in Australia, Telstra is the latest wireless carrier to start offering i-mode. Unfortunately, based on the quotes in the article, it sounds like they somehow think that "i-mode" is some sort of magic key that will suddenly make all things right in the world of wireless data. There are, of course, plenty of reasons why i-mode is good for a carrier, but most of those lessons can be implemented without paying NTT DoCoMo a fee. Many carriers seem to think that as long as they sign a deal with DoCoMo their wireless data questions are all answered -- when reality has shown that most of these international i-modes really haven't done that well.

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    telstrawebmail., 30 Aug 2016 @ 11:43am


    Telstra, whose headquarters is located in Hong Kong, part of Telstra Corporation Limited, a leading company in the information services and telecommunications in Australia. We provide international clients forefront throughout Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas, with a wide range of comprehensive solutions, including network management, data, voice and links satellite
    more :http://telstrawebmail.blogspot.com/

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