Posts Tagged ‘google phone’

Google Phone: It’s real

Sunday, December 13th, 2009

The long awaited google phone is finally materializing and today Google gave them to its employees to test out:

Google Releases Experimental Phone to Employees:

This is the phone I want. I need an unlocked phone, with data plan only, can run Skype to make calls, to be open-source based, can run Java. Google phone looks like, finally, my dream phone.

I like iphone/ipod, but I do not like the way that all is prepriotary. I don’t want to buy another pc/notebook to develop iphone apps running in a mystery OS uisng Object C. Wifi and Skype do not work well too. I hate they exclude Java programs from their OS and Steve Jobs’s rediculous comments about Java.

Did I mention that you can use your sd card to expand your storage without paying bigger bucks? Better than iPhones too!

Smart Phone Price Rundown(phone, voice plan and data plan)

Friday, June 5th, 2009

As of June 4 2009.

The smart phone deals:

  • Palm Pre: $199 after $100 mail-in rebate. Available Jun 6 2009 on Sprint. 2-year agreement with qualifying voice & data plans required.
  • iPhone 3G: $199. AT&T has announced the 3G data plan for the iPhone will cost $30 a month, which is $10 more than the $20 EDGE plan of the original iPhone. This cost is in addition to a voice plan, which starts at $39.99. About $70/month minimum. For complete updated information on pricing, go here.
  • G1 (Google Phone):
What types of plans are available for the T-Mobile G1?
Once you’ve selected a specific T-Mobile voice plan (starting $39.99 individual, $69.99 family plan), you must also choose a data plan in order for your T-Mobile G1™ to work. You can choose a data plan that offers unlimited data access and unlimited messaging (text, IM and email) for $34.99 a month. Or for $24.99 a month you get unlimited data access and 400 messages (text, IM and email). These plans are the best value.