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MuniWireless is reporting that Nokia has launched its first Wi-Fi enabled GSM communicator phone. “With all those VoIP apps available, you’ll be able to make voice calls without having to pay ridiculous mobile operator fees. Other mobile phone manufacturers such as Motorola and Ericsson will no […]

MuniWireless is reporting that Nokia has launched its first Wi-Fi enabled GSM communicator phone. “With all those VoIP apps available, you’ll be able to make voice calls without having to pay ridiculous mobile operator fees. Other mobile phone manufacturers such as Motorola and Ericsson will no doubt incorporate Wi-Fi in future products,” Esme writes, and predicts that this is not such good news for Vodafone’s new UTMS service (or any other UMTS service for that matter.)

  1. The smartest phone around will be Nokia’s WiFi-enabled, GSM communicator. As the predominant provider of WiFi Internet access to the US vacation ownership industry, we encourage these developments and urge the other major manufacturers to jump on board. WiFi and GSM are logical companions.

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