T-Mobile, one of the biggest wireless network provider in the US, is now marketing the popular iPhone 5 not in a common contract way but in something new that might appeal a lot of users.
The wireless network provider is now promoting the latest iPhone 5 without having to tie up or have a contract with them but to pay $579.33 upfront. This is something new to wireless providers and T-Mobile opened a new strategy that might attract or get back the costumers that they have lost over the year.
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Cricket Wireless selling iPhone 5 seems not popular.
Sales of iPhone 5 with Cricket Wireless is not that high as it is expected by the carrier. The smartphone sales at $500, however there is no agreement involved for this.
iPhone 5 has raised high expectations when it comes to sales. But so far, Leap Wireless is not convinced by this. For now, a prediction of $100 million worth of unsold stock is presented come this summer. On a previous 10-SEC filing, the carrier is anticipated to sell about half of its expected devices.
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John Wiley & Sons, the owner of the famous Frommer’s travel guidebooks, has announced the deal that Google Inc. purchased their Zagat guidebooks for $151 million, offering a review of nightclubs, restaurants, and hotels in the cities all over the globe.
According to a spokesperson from Google, the company is planning to incorporate the content of Frommer’s with Zagat sooner or later, but it would be primarily offering the ones with reviews of restaurants, hotels, and other sights all over the world on the web, holding the brand name of Frommer’s.
However, Wiley & Sons and Google Inc. did not . . . → Read More: Google and Frommer’s to integrate for greater efforts in advertising
Piracy just isn’t actually really do the bad that the record companies claims it to be, and may even often be a way for companies to draw in more consumers, according to Mikael Hed, Rovio Mobile chief executive .
Rovio Mobile, the firm powering the popular game Angry Birds, understands with regards to piracy. Not simply has the video game alone already been ripped off mercilessly, but it really has progressively turned into a target for false marketing. But Mikael Hed does not see this as being a problem. Actually, he sees appreciable advantages to piracy.
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