Cheap international calling cards Cheap card
Buy phone card
Best rates cards
Your account
1. Choose from and where you'll call
from to
2. Buy a phone card you selected
3. Get your PIN code on e-mail immediately
     

List of All Telecom News

order by    TITLE ↓     DATE ↓

Apple iPhone Helps Boost Mobile Wi-Fi Usage
05/03/2009
UK telecommunications regulator, Ofcom, has approved BT’s plan to spend £1.5 billion on a new super-fast broadband network.In order to make the project economically viable, regulators will allow BT to set its own wholesale prices for access to the network. “Our message is clear: there are no regulatory barriers in the way of investment in super-fast broadband,” commented Ofcom...
 
AT&T Accuses Vonage of Violating VoIP Patents
20/10/2007
America’s leading telephone operator, AT&T Inc., filed an intellectual property lawsuit against the troubled VoIP provider, Vonage Holdings Corp yesterday, seeking damages for alleged patent infringement.AT&T’s lawsuit, filed at a U.S. District Court in Wisconsin, alleges that Vonage willfully violated an AT&T patent concerning telephone systems that allow customers to...
 
AT&T Admits to Sharing Customer Details in New Privacy Policy
26/06/2006
AT&T Inc. sharply altered its privacy policy last week, claiming that it owns the phone records of customers, and is free to hand them over to government officials without reservation.The revised privacy policy describes the personally information of subscribers as “business records that are owned by AT&T. As such, AT&T may disclose such records to protect its legitimate...
 
AT&T Begins Allowing Mobile VoIP Applications on 3G Network
03/10/2009
Rogers Wireless has launched its second new mobile broadband product in under a week, allowing multiple users to share a single cellular internet connection via a ‘Rocket Hub.’The Rocket Hub accesses the internet using Rogers’ 7.1-Mbps HSPA broadband network (where available), then streams it to one more more computers using either Wi-Fi or an Ethernet cable.“The Rocket...
 
AT&T Begins Marketing Homezone Television and Broadband Service
20/07/2006
AT&T Inc. has officially started marketing its much-hyped Homezone service, which is designed to improve converged home networking by offering satellite television and high-speed internet access through a single set-top box.Homezone includes a number of popular media features including Video On Demand, Digital Video Recording, photo- and music-sharing, and remote programming over the web....
 
AT&T Begins Rolling Out Free Directory Assistance Service
18/12/2006
AT&T has started testing a free ad-supported directory assistance service that provides callers with business telephone numbers and general listings, the U.S. telephone giant announced last week.The new service is available in Bakersfield, California; Columbus, Ohio; and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, as part of a controlled trial. It can be accessed by dialing 1-800-YellowPages in any of these...
 
AT&T Begins Testing DSL Bandwidth Limits
04/11/2008
BMV Holdings, a company that purchased $52 million worth of wireless spectrum in Canada’s most recent airwaves auction, has revealed plans to have a no-frills wireless offering up and running in Ontario and Quebec by next fall.“We’re starting from scratch and we’re only going to have one rate plan,” said Alek Krstajic, CEO of the Toronto-based company, noting that...
 
AT&T Brings U-verse VoIP to Oklahoma City
10/06/2008
Telecom giant, AT&T Inc., made its U-verse VoIP service available in Oklahoma City yesterday, offering cheap, flat-rate digital telephone service to its fiber-optic customers in the area.U-verse Voice Unlimited, which offers unlimited calling within the U.S. and Canada is now available at a cost of $40/month. The U-verse Voice 1000 plan, which includes 1,000 Call Anywhere minutes within the...
 
AT&T Challenges Verizon and Qwest with CallVantage VoIP Expansion
02/05/2007
AT&T Inc. is breaking a long-standing ceasefire among incumbent telephone carriers, by offering its CallVantage VoIP service on a trial basis, in markets traditionally served by Verizon and Qwest.The little-publicized internet phone service will be sold in 14 AT&T Wireless stores in central New Jersey and Portland, Oregon. It will be bundled with cell phone service at a discounted...
 
AT&T Combines DSL and 3G Broadband Services with $50 Netbook Offer
28/03/2009
The number of IPTV users in North America more than doubled last year, reaching a total of more than 3,835,000 at the end of December, according to new data from The Broadband Forum.“During 2008, IPTV operators showed that TV over IP could be deployed on a large scale,” said Point Topic analyst, John Bonsell, who contributed to the research.Western Europe remains the biggest market...
 
  pages: ← previous | next →
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ....  last →

Best rates calling cards from:

Albania
Angola
Argentina
Armenia
Australia
Austria
Belarus
Belgium
Bermuda
Bolivia
Botswana
Brazil
Brunei
Bulgaria
Cambodia
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
Croatia
Cuba Guantanamo
Cyprus
Czech Rep.
Denmark
Dominica
Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
Estonia
Fiji Isl.
Finland
France
French Antilles
French Guiana
Georgia
Germany
Ghana
Gibraltar
Greece
Guadeloupe
Guam
Guatemala
Haiti
Hong Kong
Hungary
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Iraq
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Ivory Coast
Jamaica
Japan
Kazakhstan
Kenya
Korea South
Kuwait
Latvia
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macao
Macedonia
Malawi
Malaysia
Malta
Mauritius
Mexico
Monaco
Nepal
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Nigeria
Norway
Oman
Pakistan
Palestine
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Qatar
Romania
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Serbia
Singapore
Slovakia
South Africa
Spain
Sri Lanka
Sudan
Suriname
Swaziland
Sweden
Switzerland
Syria
Taiwan
Tajikistan
Tanzania
Thailand
Turkey
Uganda
United Kingdom
Ukraine
Uruguay
Unated States
Uzbekistan
Vatican
Venezuela
Yemen
Zambia
Zimbabwe
Home | News | Legal | References | Help | Feedback | Account | Order card | Country codes | Best rates Copyright © 2008 CheapCard.org