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If you need to organise a quick Telco, but haven’t got the apprpitae infratstructure, you may use Deutsche Telekom’s Small Business Telco Service – a quick’n’dirty way of setting up telcos of up to 20 participants. Quite cheap from the german festnetz.
Even the german weekly magazine Die Zeit writes about twitter – until now I could resist, but they say: „If you’ve tried it you’ll become addicted…“ Mh, not quite sure if I can afford that at the moment… but…. you’ll find my twitter profile here 😉
UPDATE 1: Oh no! Now this ugly little twitter flash applet has made it to my blog – any suggestions how to get rid of it???
Working with my black MacBook always made me a bit jealous of these cool guys, hacking in their Thinkpad on the train, using MobileConnect Cards – now I’ve just bought the Vodafone EasyBox, and it’s a real cool thing, to be able to be online everywhere. The setup was a breeze (in contrast to my colleagues Samsung Notebook), and the connection is stable even at 300 Km/H between Cologne and Frankfurt.
Update 1: Oh, and what I find really cool is, that pictures are dynamically scrambled down in size – this is absolut ok, because it reduces the overall file size.
Update 2: No, though I was a consultant to Vodafone, and they are our customers, this is no hidden advertising 😉
Want to become your own mobile provider? Sonopia enables you (at least in the US). You can setup your account online and serve as a mobile provider – in fact sonopia connects you to verizon. But I can imagine this as a quite nice customer-service like FC Bayern Mobile, Werder Bremen Plus…