Is “unlimited everything” all you need from your mobile phone provider?

Posted Posted in Telecommunications strategy

I woke this morning to the news of Everything Everywhere owned T-Mobile announcing the launch of their “Full Monty” tariffs which give customers unlimited calls, text and data from £41 per month. This is an excellent offer for the right customer, but I don’t believe it will be right for everyone and I fear that it will drive some businesses to make “consumer” style buying […]

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow – as long as you have a “Snow Plan”

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I follow @Mcallistersrcvy on Twitter, mainly because their MD @markamcallister and the rest of the team provide excellent real time updates on road and traffic issues around Surrey and Hampshire. This week Mark and the team have been providing #SurreySnow updates and according to their latest tweets, and I quote “Models today continue with cold suggestions. Next Fri & Sat poss 20 inches of snow & max […]

BlackBerry Playbook OS2 – Is it too little too late?

Posted Posted in Blackberry

RIM’s problems have been clear for all to see with Google Android the leading smartphone operating system, Nokia appearing revitalised and fresh with Windows 7.5 and all Office365 can bring, not to mention apple iPad emphatically dominating the tablet market. I remembering blogging last year, although not on this timeline, that I was eager to get my hands on the BlackBerry Playbook, there had been delay after […]

Supporting Farnham Rugby Club by sponsoring Sportsman’s Lunch 2012 – A reminder.

Posted Posted in Latest news

With just over a month to go until the team at Callmaster Mobile dine with Willie John McBride and other Farnham royalty we thought we should remind you all why we are supporting the club and why you could too. Cast your mind back to early morning, Sunday 23rd November 2003. There are 82,957 people crammed into the Telstra Stadium in Syndey, Australia. There are millions […]