The best thing about my Edge (2.8G) mobile phone is its Bluetooth connection. The wireless connection enables the mobile to function as a modem for the notebook computer, making true on the promise of continuous connectivity and saving me the hassle of buying day passes to Wi-Fi services when traveling.
That's alarming to the mobile industry. This week at 3GSM, it finally admitted that consumers still aren't warming up to 3G services. Text messaging (SMS) became a success by accident. But the industry then killed the goose with the golden eggs by overcharging for MMS, preventing it to take off.
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