I won’t be using the hotspot service – mainly because as I mentioned above, I’ve got alternative provisions; however the main reason is I’m simply not prepared to pay twice for data.
I canâ€™t help but smirk at the actions of those that have chosen to intentionally jailbreak devices in Appleâ€™s retail outlets; however at the same time I do have a morsel of compassion for Apple since not everyone wants to jailbreak their device.
The day before the iPhone 4 was launched I had a very insightful conversation with a member of the Vodafone UK web relations team. Whilst his call was to offer me an iPhone 4 pre-order (despite a proper facility not existing) we had a lengthy chat about various topics including jailbreaking and the costs involved in iPhone ownership.
Yesterday, the world woke up and in their droves attempted to pre-order the new iPhone. The net result was Apple pulled the sale from their on-line store due to demand exceeding web provisions.
The modern day â€œmonkey see, monkey wantâ€ mentality means people want to upgrade as soon as possible but the complexity of the handsets means their cost to supply is still increasing.
Customer service, pretty much the number one key factor for any business, but so often just the words displayed on a sign above a shop counter where you typically go to get refunds or exchanges.
The Visual Voicemail service is a revolution in Voicemail management. I can’t begin to understand why Vodafone UK isn’t prepared to invest in the system
I found a thread on the Vodafone UK eForum today discussing jailbreaking. The usual mis-information was contained
Until April 2009, all the other handsets I owned were made by Nokia – it was at this point I moved to the Apple iPhone and I haven’t looked back since.
I was told that it had been discussed, but they’d made a “business decision” not to provide the service