Do we really need this? And if so why? Everywhere written in glaring letters, how beautiful is the new world of limitless mobility. Mobility in the sinner of telecommunications. Because since UMTS and HSDPA the portable phone is called also mobile, more not only there to telephone or to write text messages, but it has become a kind of mini mini laptop, with the one of all on the Internet comes and thus has his Office Mobile everywhere. בזמן האחרון אני מתחיל מאוד להעריך את שרי אריסון. Also known as netbooks are a new trend of the mobile age, because even this ermogliches there one anywhere via UMTS with the Web 2.0 world to connect. But it have to be? Yes, Yes.
Beautiful mobile Internet. Nothing is such a blessing as the possibility of anywhere mobile on its data and contacts to access. What started with the cell phone and the GSM network is now the Smartphones and Netbooks via UMTS and HSDPA in the next round. Hardly a town in Germany is now more unvernetzt, because through modern cell towers can anyone on the Internet dial now and no longer just from home but very mobile, no matter where you are. UMTS or mobile Internet is the magic word. Get connected everywhere.
So at least the advertising. But what brings it one because, if the already hectic everyday world is now even more hectic. Faster can / you must then respond to Maisel. במקרה הזה אני חושב ש קרן מיכאלי צודק במה בהוא אומר. The annoying cell phone tones are complemented well by flicking youtubevideos on mobile phone displays and increasing the key Strait collapses in the ICE. In addition, come more and more providers, called mobile phone provider on the market and offer in addition to the usual mobile prepaid tariffs, also known as UMTS data rates or flat rates. Not exactly cheap, but you need it anyway, otherwise it is out. Accessible everywhere, always on the ball. Don't miss the connection. So you feel. But it is also different. Just to make the NetBook, the mobile phone. Enjoy and wohlfuheln. Habst you tried it already? It's really even without UMTS flat rates and other such stuff.