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Dell Inspiron Mini on Vodafone

Wednesday, 24 September 2008


Vodafone UK will be the first European network operator to offer Dell's InspironTM Mini 9 ultra-mobile device with built-in mobile broadband connectivity through its stores & Online.



Some Quick Specs for the Dell Mini Inspiron
* Vodafone Exclusive
* Built in Mobile Broadband
* Microsoft Windows XP
* 8.9” Glossy LED Screen 1024x600
* Weighs less than 1kg
* Solid State hard Drive (SSD)
* Built in webcam, bluetooth
* sealed keyboard

Benefits over using a seperate 3g modem: increased battery life and network reception with integrated mobile broadband compared to using a USB modem.

I just wish they offered this with Ubuntu pre-installed (cheaper!), and also with a discount for existing Vodafone customers like myself.

The Dell Inpsiron UMPC is free with a long 24 month contract, and I expect the monthly 3g Internet price to be around £30-£35 a month, based on other mobile networks, but it is hard to tell at the moment. I like the design of this laptop, its a lot better looking than my rather huge 17" inspiron laptop!

The Dell Mini 9 is due mid-October on Vodafone - Watch this space! You can pre-register here.

Here is more information from Vodafone's press release:
Starting from free with a 24-month contract, the Inspiron Mini 9 is the perfect Internet companion, delivering connectivity in a slim, sleek, piano black design. Complete with a Vodafone SIM, and pre-installed mobile broadband connectivity software, the Mini 9 eliminates the need to use an additional USB modem to connect to the web. Digital nomads and avid Web surfers alike will be able to connect to the UK's fastest and most reliable mobile broadband network* anytime, anywhere, whether on the road, or on-the-go, while surfing the Web, chatting with friends, or enjoying their favourite online videos and music.
“More and more consumers want an easy and quick way to connect to the Internet, but there are times when they also want to catch up with emails on a screen larger than a mobile without compromising portability. We have taken the natural step to marry together great ultra-mobile technology with the UK's fastest and most reliable mobile broadband service,” says Nick Read, CEO of Vodafone UK.

“Thanks to the very compact size of the Inspiron Mini 9, and the Vodafone built-in Internet access, customers can now use a single device to log on and access their emails, read the latest news headlines, or update their blog or social networking page as they travel home from work on the train or while they take a break for coffee.”
Michael Lombardo, VP & General Manger, Consumer, Dell Europe said “Technology has become an essential part of how people connect with one another – whether it's surfing the Web, chatting with friends, keeping updated on the latest news, sharing photos or social networking. UK customers will now be provided with a greater choice in connectivity options that will enable them to stay in touch whenever, wherever.”

Weighing in at only 1.035kg, the Inspiron Mini 9 includes a built-in webcam, Bluetooth, sealed keyboard, reliable solid state disc (SSD) drive, and bright 8.9-inch glossy LED display (1024x600). Users will also appreciate the increased battery life and network reception with integrated mobile broadband compared to using a USB modem.
Vodafone UK has invested millions of pounds over the past two years to roll out its high speed mobile broadband network across the UK. Over the summer, this investment has grown to make high speeds available in Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, and Reading, joining London and major airports. On average, customers can expect speeds of 1 to 5Mbps.

With this agreement, Dell products will be available in nearly 14,000 stores around the globe. By providing new products and services, and multiple ways to connect with Dell – by clicking, calling and visiting – Dell expects to connect with new customers, and increase sales in all regions.


The Dell Inspiron Mini 9 is also available to buy direct from dell, but this does not include built in 3g internet..

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By Keith Horwood at 13:16

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Preorder Nokia N96 on Vodafone

Monday, 22 September 2008


The Nokia N96 can now be preordered from Vodafone. You should recieve your N96 on October 2nd 2008 if you get your order in early. The best value tariffs seem to be £34 a month with a free handset. You can get free landline calls or unlimited texts for this price. For unlimited Internet you are looking at £42 a month (with a free handset).

Immerse yourself in entertainment! Whether you choose to browse the internet with super fast broadband speeds, listen to music, the Stereo FM Radio or watch digital TV, you'll be impressed with the stereo sound and large screen quality of the Nokia N96 and will never be lost with the integrated Satellite Navigation and maps. The N96 has a whopping 16GB of internal memory which can be expanded up to an additional 8GB with a microSD card. Launch expected October


Visit the Official vodafone business website to preorder the Nokia n96.

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By Keith Horwood at 12:14

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Nokia N96 Available Soon on Vodafone

Wednesday, 17 September 2008


The Nokia N Series is due out soon on Vodafone. This handset will replace the N95 as Nokia's flagship mobile phone and takes another leap forward. the N96 is an elegant handset that’s sure to create waves through the mobile phone world. Perfectly sculpted and technologically engineered the Nokia N96 is a mobile marvel fully packed with the latest advancements and modern refinements that make it one of the most desirable mobiles to be released this year.


Nokia’s latest 5 mega pixel camera is immense, the built in GPS receiver is pinpoint perfect, & the 16 GB memory is huge. Add the latest mobile hardware of a DVB TV broadcast receiver and you begin to understand the baited anticipation surrounding the Nokia N96.

click here to read more on Vodafone's Store

The N96 is already available from Phones4u on the Orange Network.




The N96 is also available o preorder on 3mobile - Free for £30/Month, 300 mins or txts.

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By Keith Horwood at 14:46

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Vodafone Launch Blackberry Bold

Friday, 5 September 2008


In a rather bold move, Vodafone have launched the Blackberry Bold i900 for Business customers.

The Blackberry Bold Smartphone has been highly anticipated as it is the first Blackberry smartphone to run on Vodafone's high speed mobile broadband network. This provides the perfect foundation for fast and efficient web access for crackberry business users!



Crafted from premium materials inside and out, the BlackBerry Bold smartphone delivers advanced communications and multimedia features with outstanding performance and an elegant design. Mobile users will enjoy top quality phone, messaging, organiser, web browser and email applications, including the ability to edit Microsoft® Word, Excel and PowerPoint files on the smartphone using the preinstalled DataViz® Documents to Go® software suite. The BlackBerry Bold smartphone comes with built-in enterprise-grade Wi-Fi® (802.11 a/b/g) and integrated GPS that supports location based applications including Vodafone Sat Nav.

The BlackBerry Bold also features a large half-VGA colour display (480x320 resolution at 217 ppi) that presents eye-popping images and smooth video playback to complement its rich set of multimedia capabilities including a media player for music, photos and videos and a 2 megapixel camera with video recording.

The BlackBerry Bold smartphone is available on special promotion from free on the Anytime 600 data plan for £35*** a month with an 24 month contract. The plan includes 600 minutes talk-time, unlimited texts and data/Internet access with a 500 MBs per month fair usage policy. The BlackBerry Bold is also available on all Vodafone Total Business price plans which provide businesses with the flexibility to produce individually tailored plans incorporating shared minutes, texts and email bundles as needed.

“The BlackBerry Bold is the most advanced BlackBerry smartphone to date,” said Mark Guibert, Vice President of Corporate Marketing, RIM. “It delivers an amazing blend of functionality, performance, usability and design, making it an ideal choice for both business professionals and power users in the UK.”

For more information or to purchase the BlackBerry Bold smartphone, customers should visit www.vodafone.co.uk/bold.

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By Keith Horwood at 16:28

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Samsung Omnia Out Now on Vodafone

Wednesday, 3 September 2008


The Samsung Omnia replaces the F490 on Vodafone this week, boasting a massive 8MB memory and 5mp camera.

Samsung claim that the Omnia (SGH-i900) has "everything you wish for in a mobile", and they could be pretty much spot on!

"The All-in-one maxi-phone fully loaded with top-of-the-line multimedia enhanced smartphone features"

Bit of a mouthful, but I think I understand what they mean, as I cant see anything which is missing from this handset.




View Tariff Deals here for the 8GB Omnia on Vodafone

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By Keith Horwood at 17:50

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