Comments: 0Tuesday, December 11th 2007 - 17:08 CET
Truphone announced a unique softphone application built on Facebook Platform that enables Facebook users and their friends to call each other for free. Among the 'firsts' introduced by the Truphone 'Call Me' application is a moveable button that can be dropped anywhere on Facebook that accepts attachments, enabling users to: embed their 'Call Me' button within Facebook messages; post their 'Call Me' button onto their friends' walls and drop their 'Call Me' button onto Facebook group and discussion boards. The Truphone 'Call Me' application is available to all Facebook users. Users do not need a Truphone account or a special phone in order to use the application.
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Comments: 0Monday, December 3rd 2007 - 16:30 CET
A mobile phone is for 18 months, not just for Christmas. Up to a million unwary Christmas shoppers risk committing themselves to hundreds of pounds of payments for new mobile phones which will be obsolete within months. Although figures show that most people in the United Kingdom that want a mobile phone already own one, they remain one of the most popular Christmas presents - and anywhere up to a million will be bought in the UK in the run-up to Christmas. In particular this year, operators have promoted the idea of the 'mobile Internet', which means people can use their mobile to surf the web, download music, use Facebook, watch television programmes and make cheap mobile calls via the Internet.
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