Hot on the heels of Orange’s Mobile WiFi device arriving in the UK, its partner T-Mobile has launched its own mobile WiFi product. It’s called the T-Mobile Wireless Pointer and is free on a two-year £15 per month contract.
It’s been a big week for Facebook announcements. Yesterday, games publisher Electronic Arts revealed a partnership deal that’ll see it using Facebook’s virtual online currency for the next five years.
And today, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hosted a special 'Mobile Event' that revealed a number of new features for mobile users.
Orange is the latest network to start offering a Mobile WiFi product. It's offering a branded version of the Novatel Wireless MiFi 3352; a new device with support for applications that can be viewed from any connected laptop or tablet.
In this week's edition of The Fonecast we're talking about Apple's appearance in the 'top five' manufacturer list, protesters at Vodafone stores and a trial of WiFi service on the London Underground. We also chat to Steve Townend, co-founder of mobile banking service MoBank, about the ways his company has developed since launching last year.