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Miscellaneous technobabble from a Swede in Norway.


Published: 2009-02-18 08:02:50

I’ve commented on it before, that the artificially high prices on mobile data delay the adoption of mobile data. Well, it seems to have changed a bit recently, at least here in Norway. Last year (or was it the year before last?), NetCom introduced a 99 kr/month flat-rate evenings and weekends and now my operator OneCall has reduced their prices to 99 øre per megabyte. Small steps in the right direction, yay!

And with my P1i, the Opera mobile 9.5 beta and a UIQ3 port of PuTTY, using the Internet on a mobile phone has never been as fun.

Tags: mobile internet gprs


This is great, a pleasant surprise from One Call! I'm using Opera Mini mostly on mobile adapted sites, so we're not talking about more than a few megabytes per month.

On a sidenote, I wonder what Telenor is charging them for data traffic. I would imagine there is quite a bit of roaming as Network Norway (One Call's "home" network) doesn't cover all of Norway.

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