World’s most expensive & luxury mobile phones, price on request

Here are world’s most expensive and luxurious cell phones that are not necessarily techno-high end. However, such gadgets are embedded with precious stones- crystals (gems, sapphire which may be even diamond). Now, custom Swiss engineering is flourishing everywhere not only for those classic watches.

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The next iPhone- 3G S available soon!!!

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All new iPhone 3G S is available this Friday (June 19, 09) thru out selected outlets and Apple online stores for 199 or 299$, but as usual one must adhere to AT&T, and of course with strict agreement (read out the ToC). The 3rd generation speed named 3G S iPhone has got at least 100 new features while few to be must improve features are again left as were with previous versions.

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How to Set up Spice D-88 as a CDMA or GPRS modem in Windows Vista 64x

If you are a owner of Spice D88 or D88n or similar mobile sets, and want to internet connect in your Computer/Laptop via mobile phone but the driver installation for the mobile phone modem has hindered due to Vista’s 64 bit on your way. Here’s the complete visual guide on how to set up mobile sets as modem for connecting internet in laptop or desktop.

Updated: Download Drivers for Spice D88, D88n and D88 Gold now from ekendraonline.com

Similar article for 32-bit (normal) Windows Vista is posted here.

Screenshots are from Spice Mobiles D88 and Windows Vista 64x Home Premium. You also need the initial mobile driver/software installation disc handy.

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Idea Cellular and Spice Mobile to Merge

Spice Communications, a regional Indian mobile services provider, is to merge with an Indian operator Idea Cellular, continuing an ongoing consolidation in the Indian mobile services market. The deal gives Idea entry into two additional service areas, Punjab and Karnataka, which account for 11 percent of India’s total number of wireless subscribers, Idea said.
Under an arrangement announced by the two companies on Wednesday, MCorpGlobal Communications, a promoter of Spice Communications, will divest its 40.8 percent stake in Spice to Idea for 21.8 billion Indian rupees ($507 million). Idea will also pay MCorpGlobal Communications a non-compete fee of 5.44 billion rupees.
The boards of the two companies also approved a merger of the two operators at a swap ration of 49 shares of Idea for every 100 shares of Spice. TM International, another shareholder in Spice Communications, will be a shareholder in Idea after the merger.

Idea offers mobile services based on the GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) standard in seven service areas. The deal gives Idea entry into two additional service areas, Punjab and Karnataka, which account for 11 percent of India’s total number of wireless subscribers, Idea said. Spice had 4.4 million subscribers in the two markets as of April 30, it added.

The Indian mobile market is booming, and added 8.21 million subscribers in April. A number of companies are interested in expanding their presence in the country. Vodafone Group, for example, acquired a majority stake in Hutchison Essar, a large Indian network operator and services provider, that was later renamed as Vodafone Essar. Earlier this year, India’s Tata Teleservices announced an agreement to launch services under the Virgin Mobile brand in India. Taken from http://www.pcworld.in/news/index.jsp/artId=5046331