Thursday, 17 June 2010

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Cincinnati Bell Blaze Has Been Rooted!!

Posted: 17 Jun 2010 11:29 AM PDT

The Cincinnati Bell Blaze has been rooted by AC's own SeanFromIT. This is a great accomplishment given the fact that he had little to no help in the project. The Blaze is a regional carrier Android device and up until now it had almost no support by the dev community.

Now that it's rooted, custom ROM's and recover images should follow. If you have Commtiva Z71, Vibo A688 or Orange Boston, these same instructions should work for your handset. Instructions on how to root your phone is after the break.

I’m not responsible for anything that goes wrong if you do this. You follow these instructions at your own risk.

  1. Copy RUT folder from the faux CDROM that shows up when you plug in your phone in Windows to somewhere on your hard drive. These are the drivers you’ll need for the following steps.
  2. Download
  3. Unplug your phone from your computer and power off. Hold down both volume up and down keys and while holding them down press and release the power button. Keep holding the buttons down until you see the black Foxconn FTM screen.
  4. Now that the phone is in the bootloader (“FTM mode”), plug it back into your computer. The new hardware installation wizard should appear. Select the option to choose the location of the driver files. Choose the option to instruct Windows where to search for drivers, then either key in the path or use the browse button to navigate to the location where you copied the RUT folder from step one. If Windows asks for permission to install unsigned/unverified drivers, select Yes. A series of devices will be installed.
  5. When all the devices are installed, open a command prompt by pressing Win+R and typing “cmd”. In the command prompt navigate to the location where your files were unpacked to (e.g. if you unpacked to C: then type cd ). Type goroot.bat and wait for the commands to complete. After they are completed you have root access.
  6. Test your root access by downloading MarketEnabler and using it to change your Market region to T-Mobile (USA). This will let you download apps that Cincinnati Bell advertises but are normally unavailable on the Cincinnati Bell Market. If you need to switch back to the Cincinnati Bell market region for some reason, the code is 31042.

Thanks to GridLock, hillgr (for figuring out the up+down volume key combination for FTM mode) and belgra77 (for linking me to HTC Mania and thus this post on Forumosa). I’ll post again when I get some custom ROMs working.

If you’re on Linux, install adb, configure for Blaze (add SUBSYSTEM==”usb”, SYSFS{idVendor}==”0489“, MODE=”0666″ to /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules) and grab the zip linked above for su and Superuser.apk files. Here’s GridLock’s guide to adb on Ubuntu. The bat file just runs the following commands while in FTM:

adb shell mount -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock7 /system
adb push su /system/bin
adb shell chmod 4755 /system/bin/su
adb push Superuser.apk /system/app
adb shell reboot

[via sean-feeney]


Pogoplug Adds New Functionalitiony in V2.3

Posted: 17 Jun 2010 10:46 AM PDT

Pogoplug is an app that lets you share files with other devices on you LAN. It has been updated to version 2.3 and there are now a few cool new features. This is a free app in the android market and when you download it go to to get started.

With the Pogoplug 2.3 Android App, users are able to:

* Quickly search and view music by Artist, Song, Album, or genre – Now find and stream music more easily from USB hard drives connected to your home Pogoplug to your Android phone, so all your music can be streamed to your Android phone.
* Share files directly from their Android phone – Pictures, videos, and other content created on your Android phone can be saved on your Pogoplug connected drive and shared online. Record your child's first steps using your Android phone and within seconds upload it to your Pogoplug connected drives and share the video with grandparents, aunts, uncles, and friends.
* Search for a file across all your Pogoplug drives – A search will look through files on any drive connected to your Pogoplug, save time by searching all your drives at once.
* Create folders on your drives – Use your Android phone to create brand new folders on your Pogoplug connected drives so everything stays organized.

This app makes streaming and sharing files a breeze. You can view them right from your phone or share them with your friends and family quickly online. Try it out and let us know how you like it.

[via pogoplug]


Motorola Adds A Few Phones To Their 2.1 Update List

Posted: 17 Jun 2010 10:12 AM PDT

If you're wondering when your Motorola Android device will receive the update to 2.1, the roadmap has just been updated. Although by the time most of these receive 2.1, 2.2 will be on a few devices but it's still good to know 2.1 is on the way. This time around a few more handsets has made the list.

There are a few new Backflips and Quenches (Cliq XT) added to the list. Most of these are still "under evaluation" but at least they're on the list. Hopefully Motorola decides to update them to 2.2 instead but that may be wishful thinking. By Q3, every handset on the list should be running 2.1, the next update to chart should be a little more informative.

[via androidcentral]


AT&T Samsung Captivate brings Galaxy S to US

Posted: 17 Jun 2010 09:06 AM PDT

Oh, the irony.  On the same day the Samsung Galaxy S drops into our laps, AT&T announce they’ll be offering the Android 2.1 smartphone as the Samsung Captivate.  Set to debut “in the coming months”, the handset has gone through a cosmetic update for AT&T’s network but otherwise has the same specs as we know and love.  That means a 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 4-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display and a 5-megapixel camera.

There’s also Samsung’s Social Hub system, 720p HD video recording, HSPA connectivity and both WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0.  No word on pricing or specific availability, but this is one AT&T phone we reckon is worth waiting for.

Press Release:


New breed of smartphone powered by the Android™ 2.1 platform features 4-inch Super AMOLED touch screen, 1GHz application processor and innovative entertainment and social networking features

DALLAS, June 17, 2010 — AT&T* and Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile), the No. 1 mobile phone provider in the U.S.**, today announced the upcoming availability of the Samsung Captivate™, a Galaxy S™ smartphone. The Android™ 2.1-powered Samsung Captivate will bring users a fully integrated entertainment, messaging and social networking experience packaged in an alluring, streamlined design surrounding a stunning 4-inch display.

The Captivate's powerful set of Web-based features is maximized with the addition of AT&T's High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) 7.2 Mbps technology, which provides a considerable speed boost to the nation's fastest 3G network when paired with expanded backhaul. Speed plus AT&T's dedicated focus to mobilize everything – including video content, social networking, music and messaging – is reflected in Captivate's strong feature set.

The Captivate represents a new breed of smartphones powered by the open and innovative Android platform, with full support of Google Mobile Services including Android Market™, Google Search™, Google Maps™, Gmail™, YouTube™, Google Talk™ and more. Users can also access the Android Market™ and customize their experience with more than 60,000 exciting and useful applications. The Captivate also features Samsung's Super AMOLED display screen technology, a 1 GHz Samsung Hummingbird Application Processor and Samsung Social Hub, a feature that integrates the user's social networking services, messages, personal and business email, calendars and contacts.

"Add up Captivate's amazing screen, huge amounts of onboard storage, a super-fast processor, all fueled by the nation's fastest 3G network and a nationwide Wi-Fi network and you get a smartphone we know our customers will crave," said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president, Devices, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets.

"With the launch of the Captivate, AT&T customers will experience a groundbreaking handset with world class features that are unique to Samsung's Galaxy S class of devices, including Samsung's Super AMOLED screen technology and 1GHz Hummingbird Application Processor," said Omar Khan, chief strategy officer for Samsung Mobile. "The Captivate represents a new breed of smartphone that will truly change and enrich the way consumers interact with their device on an everyday basis."

Leading Hardware Features
The Captivate provides a premium viewing experience on its large, brilliant 4-inch display powered by Samsung's Super AMOLED touch screen technology. Super AMOLED technology yields thinner displays, delivering one of the thinnest, most responsive full-featured smartphones in the industry. Samsung's innovative display technology makes watching movies, viewing videos and playing games come to life like never before, even in bright light and outdoor environments.

In addition, the Samsung Captivate is designed with a six-axis sensor that combines the smartphone's accelerometer and gyroscope to provide a smooth, fluid gaming experience when the user is tilting the device up or down or panning the phone to the left or right. The Captivate's user interface also supports a series of advanced touch screen gestures capabilities including multi-touch pinch, long tap and zoom and vertical and horizontal swiping. This series of versatile gestures provide easier and quicker access to many applications including location-based services, Web browsing and digital photos.

Powering the Captivate is a 1 GHz Samsung Hummingbird Application Processor, which produces amazing 3-D graphics, faster upload and download times and full richness of HD-like multimedia content. The Captivate is also outfitted with 3D sound capabilities, giving the user surround-sound stereo quality, when listening on hard-wired headphones.

Features for All Users
The Captivate keeps users connected with Samsung's Social Hub, which is built around Messaging and Contacts, both of which initiate the sending and receiving of information, whether it is e-mail, instant messaging, social network updates or SMS messages. Additionally, calendar information from portal calendars, such as Google Calendar™, and social networking services are displayed together in one calendar with two-way synchronization. The familiar text messaging experience is enhanced with group messaging and "reply all" functionality for up to 10 contacts, a threaded conversations format, a consolidated inbox, and enhanced multi-media display.

In addition, AT&T customers who choose Captivate can take advantage of AT&T Address Book. A Web-based service, AT&T Address Book syncs contacts to an online address book so customers can access and manage their mobile contacts from their handset – or their PC. Also available to users at no additional charge is access to AT&T's entire national Wi-Fi network — any Captivate with the Wi-Fi turned on will automatically connect when in range.

Not just for social networking and messaging, the Captivate truly brings your home and office computer to the palm of your hand with support for push email and integrated calendar services, including Google™ and Yahoo for consumers and small businesses and ActiveSync for enterprise users. Messaging is simple and easy with the Captivate's virtual QWERTY keyboard with Swype technology, which allows users to input text faster and in a more intuitive way with one continuous finger motion across the screen keyboard.

True Mobile Entertainment
In addition, the Captivate features best-in-class entertainment features, including future access to Samsung Media Hub, a full library of video and literary content powered by some of the biggest names in entertainment. Samsung Mobile looks forward to sharing additional information about Media Hub in the near future and the Captivate will feature a pre-loaded app that can take users to download Media Hub in the future. The Captivate features Samsung's All Share application, which enables inter-device connectivity through DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) technology, allowing users to send user-generated video content wirelessly to other DLNA-enabled devices, such as TV's, monitors and laptops, allowing for a rich, interactive entertainment experience.

The Captivate is packed full of features that enhance users' daily life, including a 5.0-megapixel camera/ camcorder with auto-focus and HD video recording (720p)***, MP3 player, 3.5-millimeter headphone jack and expandable memory for photos, videos and music, up to 16 GB. This combined with an on-board 16 GB of storage allows for up to 32 GB of capacity for music and video.

The Captivate also includes AT&T Navigator, which offers voice-guided and visual turn-by-turn GPS driving directions with automatic reroute, full-color maps, and real-time traffic alerts and AT&T Family Map, which gives families the ability to track a child’s location from a PC or cell phone and request location updates at any time.

Additional key specifications of the Captivate include Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n), full HTML browser with tap & hold zoom), Bluetooth® 3.0 technology. The Captivate also includes tri-band 3G connectivity and quad-band GSM technology, which allows AT&T customers to make calls in more than 220 countries and download data in more than 195.

The Samsung Captivate is scheduled for release in the coming months at AT&T retail locations nationwide or at For more information or to register for notification when available visit . For the complete array of AT&T offerings, visit

*AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.
** Number one mobile phone provider in the U.S claim for Samsung Mobile based upon reported shipment data, according to Strategy Analytics, Q1 2010, Q1-Q4 2009 and Q3 and Q4 2008 U.S. Market Share Handset Shipments Reports.
*** HD video recording – Capture high-definition (720p) videos and photos for playback on your HD television.

1 3G coverage is not available in all areas.
2 Coverage not available in all areas.
3 Largest Wi-Fi network claim based on non-municipal company and owned and operated hotspots. An 802.11 b/g enabled device required. Other restrictions apply. See for additional services details and locations .
4 International roaming charges may apply.


Nexus One Launches in Korea with Froyo?

Posted: 17 Jun 2010 08:47 AM PDT

If you're in Korea, you don't have to wait for the official Froyo release. Google has decided to launch the Nexus One with Android 2.2 preinstalled. KT will be the launch partner with Google in this latest release of the Nexus One.

The release of this version of the Nexus leads us to believe that the official release is right around the corner. Google obviously have a stable enough version to release as a base ROM, so looks like the kinks have been all ironed out. Froyo can't come soon enough for most of us (officially). It would be surprising not to see it pushed out within the next week or two.

[via unwiredview]


Android 2.1 now on half of all Android devices

Posted: 17 Jun 2010 08:31 AM PDT

The latest numbers from Google says that Android 2.1 is now on 50% of phones. These figures are obtained by the number of times a certain device visits the Android Market. Oddly enough, there is no mention of android 2.2 on the chart. It's possible that they are being represented in the sum of 2.1 handsets.

Previously, Android 2.1 only held 45% of these phones. With more and more handsets being updated to 2.1 these figures will begin to look more unified. If you notice from the chart, Android 1.5 and 1.6 basically makes up the rest of the chart. With more updates being pushed out within the next 2 months, 2.1 should overtake roughly 75% of this chart.

The next chart should be very interesting. When it does come out, Android 2.2 should be officially released on the Nexus One and there will be a few phones that are released with Froyo installed. 2.2 might take a huge chunk out this chart if most Sense UI devices are updated like we've been hearing in a few rumors.

[via android developers]


Droid X for Verizon Wireless Website Now Live

Posted: 17 Jun 2010 08:28 AM PDT

Well, we still don’t have a press release, or any other kind of “official” means to say that the Droid X actually exists, but that’s not stopping Verizon Wireless from opening up its webpage. Yeah, that’s right: you can go look at the Droid X, on Verizon Wireless’ website, right now. There’s not much there right now, as it’s just a quick glimpse as to what’s to come, but we do get a confirmation of the specifications:

We are indeed getting a 4.3-inch display with the Droid X. It does indeed feature an HDMI-out port. And, according to Verizon Wireless anyway, the screen itself is 720p. We’re not so sure about that last bit, but if it does come true, and the screen itself is a high-definition display, well, paint us pretty excited. Stay with us on June 23rd as we go live, at, as we bring you the official announcement.

[via LaptopMemo; thanks Stef!]


Radio Shack Joins T-Mobile in The All Phones Free Promotion

Posted: 17 Jun 2010 08:15 AM PDT

If you haven't heard yet, all phones will be free at T-Mobile this Saturday for their Father's Day sale. Most T-Mobile locations are expected to open up at 8a.m. in anticipation for the rush. Radio Shack is now joining in on the fun as well, offering every T-Mobile phone in their stores free. But, Radio Shack has sweetened the pot a bit with their offering.

As it stands, to get a free phone at a T-Mobile location, you have to sign up for a qualifying family plan. But, if you decide to go with radio Shack, you can get a free phone no matter what plan you choose. It can be a single plan or a family plan. The first two new lines would be free, if you want a third line, then you will be charged additional fees.

Radio shack is also offering no mail in rebates and no activation fees in their promotion. They really have stepped it up a bit lately. If you want the hottest Android phones, you can find it at the "The Shack". There is no word on when their doors will open but expect Saturday to be a big day for both T-Mobile and Radio shack. Don't forget, the early bird gets the worm.


HTC Wildfire unboxed & hands-on

Posted: 17 Jun 2010 07:21 AM PDT

It’s turning into the day for new Android phones showing up here at Android Community – after the Samsung Galaxy S landed on our mat earlier, a new HTC Wildfire has just appeared too.  HTC’s new entry-level handset made its debut a month or so ago, and now we’ve one of the first review units in to see how well it holds up.

Aesthetically, the Wildfire cherrypicks from the rest of HTC’s range: ostensibly it’s a mini-Desire, with the same optical trackpad, but the touch-sensitive buttons under the screen and the color scheme are from the Nexus One.  Meanwhile the striped back panel looks like the back of the HTC HD2, though the middle section doesn’t remove separately.  There’s also Android 2.1 with HTC Sense, again from the Desire.

HTC Wildfire unboxing & hands-on:

Of course, once you turn it on the more humble specifications of the Wildfire rear their head.  The display is a 3.2-inch QVGA LCD panel, rather than the WVGA AMOLED of the Desire (or indeed the HVGA of the Legend), though unlike the Tattoo it basically replaces it has a capacitive touchscreen panel rather than resistive.  That touchscreen is nicely responsive, and while the Wildfire only has a 528MHz processor it seems to nip through the menus without lag.  We’ll be checking to see how well it copes loaded down with apps, of course.

The 5-megapixel camera (with autofocus and LED flash) is a welcome carry-over from the Desire, and of course there’s the usual WiFi b/g, Bluetooth, 3G/UMTS and GPS.  Build quality is reassuringly high, and at 4.2 x 2.4 x 0.48 inches it’s a relatively compact device as well.  We’ll be putting the Wildfire through its paces ahead of its full review, so until then enjoy the unboxing & demo video and the gallery below!


Samsung Tab P1000 details leak: fixed battery, Bluetooth for voice calls

Posted: 17 Jun 2010 06:01 AM PDT

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab P1000 – spotted on video yesterday – has apparently been detailed in a further leak, with a new source claiming that it’s around as thin as an iPhone, does indeed have full voice call functionality, but lacks an integrated earpiece.  Engadget were contacted by an anonymous tipster who claimed to have hands-on experience with the Tab P1000; they reckon it’s “sturdy and well-built” and will require Bluetooth headsets for voice calls.

Meanwhile it’s also said to have GPS, Android 2.2 – with no modifications in the prototype the source used – and a a 3.2 megapixel camera, along with a front-facing camera for video calls.  There’s obviously Bluetooth and WiFi, together with 3G, and the ability to tether via WiFi or USB; the battery, meanwhile, is non-user accessible.

Click here to view the embedded video.


Samsung Galaxy S unboxing & first-impressions

Posted: 17 Jun 2010 05:15 AM PDT

There’s a Samsung Galaxy S in the house, and we have to say we’re excited.  Samsung’s first Android smartphone to use their Super AMOLED technology is quite the pocket powerhouse, with an indecently bright, crisp WVGA capacitive touchscreen and the company’s 1GHz Hummingbird processor keeping things swift.  Check out our exclusive unboxing video, walkthrough and some first impressions!

To kick off, just a recap.  The Galaxy S (I9000) has a 4-inch WVGA display, triband HSPA, WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0, along with a 5-megapixel autofocus camera, front-facing camera for video calls, Android 2.1 OS and Samsung’s own TouchWiz 3.0 UI.  There’s also 8GB of integrated storage (on this particular unit; Samsung also offer a 16GB version) together with a microSD card slot for up to 32GB more, plus USB 2.0 and support for DivX, Xvid, H.264 and MPEG-4 video playback.

Samsung Galaxy S unboxing and demo:

In the hand, it’s deceptively light.  Bar a slight bulge at the base of the Galaxy S at the back it’s also pleasantly thin, though it’s very obviously plastic rather than metal.  Still, there are no creaks when you squeeze it.  Hardware controls are limited to menu, home and back along the bottom of the display, with the power key on the right-hand side and the volume rocker on the left; up top is the 3.5mm headphone socket and a microUSB port under a sliding door.

Of course, the most striking aspect comes when you turn the Galaxy S on.  We were impressed with the company’s Super AMOLED display technology when we reviewed the bada-powered Samsung Wave recently, but at almost an extra inch in size the Galaxy S’ screen is simply beautiful.  Colors pop, contrast is great, and it almost feels as though the display is laying on top of the phone rather than being set into the chassis as on other phones.  It’s paired with a responsive capacitive touchscreen layer, too.

If the display impresses, the speed through which the Galaxy S moves through menus and webpages is equally satisfying.  Rendering is nigh-on instantaneous while pinch-zooming lacks any of the lag we’ve seen sometimes affect other Android devices.  Similarly screen rotation is quick, and while there’s no Flash support as yet we haven’t really missed it.

Samsung’s TouchWiz UI is certainly colorful in its third iteration, though we’re still not 100-percent convinced by it over, say, HTC Sense or even the basic Android UI.  We’ll be putting the company’s Social Hub through its paces too: it promises to bring together Twitter, Facebook and MySpace into one easily checked, easily updated place.

Until the full review, check out the unboxing video and demo, and enjoy the gallery.  Don’t forget to ask us any questions you might have!


T-Mobile Launches Device Tune-up Beta

Posted: 16 Jun 2010 03:15 PM PDT

T-Mobile has just released Device Tune-up for open beta testing. This is a new feature in the My Accounts app from T-Mobile. It's essentially a task killer that aims to improve on your phones performance and it should help your battery last longer by killing apps that run in the background.


* You must have My Account 3.3 installed on your device. If you don't have My Account 3.3 installed please update your My Account client via the Marketplace to the current production version.
* You must have a SD card installed to your device.
* You must be connected to T-Mobile Data (HSPA+, 3G, EDGE or GPRS)

Beta testing begins now and is only for a limited number of users. If you want to test it out, click here and get started. The Device Tune-up can be turned off and you can select which apps you want it ignore. It will ignore preinstalled apps automatically so there's no need to worry about it constantly killing your home launcher. This app is available for every version of Android from 2.1 and below.


HTC Desire “Coming Soon” to Cellular South

Posted: 16 Jun 2010 01:47 PM PDT

Earlier today HTC announced plans to bring the Desire to the US. Soon after, Cellular South announces its plans to release the Desire. It currently listed as "coming soon", let's just say expect to see it released sometime in August.

The HTC Desire features Android 2.1 with Sense UI laid on top. Lately, this phone has been a very hot seller in Europe and has been hard to keep in stock. It has similar specs to the Nexus One, they share the same 1GHZ Snapdragon, 3.7 inch AMOLED touch screen but the Desire has a slight bump in RAM. There is currently no price or exact release date set.

Full Press Release:

RIDGELAND, Miss.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cellular South, the nation's largest privately held wireless communications provider, announced plans today to offer the HTC Desire™, one of the most advanced Android™-powered touchscreen smartphones in the world. The HTC Desire is one of several new Android-based smartphones the carrier plans to launch this year.

"This device takes Android to a whole new level with HTC Sense and a platform that optimizes the rich media experience for news, the mobile web, music and video applications."

Featuring a superfast, 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor that encourages easy and seamless multi-tasking, the latest Android™ 2.1 platform and access to more than 70,000 applications on Android Market™, the Desire features the latest HTC Sense™ experience.

The device, which the company expects to bring to market this summer, will feature built-in Google mobile services, including Google Search™, Google Maps™, Gmail™, YouTube™ and Google Maps Navigation™ BETA with voice-aided, turn-by-turn directions. More details will be available soon on other features of the popular smartphone.

"We're excited about adding the HTC Desire to our expanding line-up of Android-powered advanced touchscreen smartphones," said Kevin Hankins, chief operating officer of Cellular South. "This device takes Android to a whole new level with HTC Sense and a platform that optimizes the rich media experience for news, the mobile web, music and video applications."

Following on the heels of Cellular South's record-breaking introduction of its first Android-powered touchscreen smartphone and its recent announcement of plans to offer the Motorola Milestone this summer, the company is poised to become one of the leading providers of Android-powered smartphone devices to consumers and businesses. Cellular South was one of the first U.S. carriers last November to introduce an Android™-powered smartphone with its launch of the HTC Hero™.

Pricing and Availability

The HTC Desire is expected to be available for sale online at and in Cellular South retail stores soon. For more information or to sign up to be among the first to receive the Android-powered HTC Desire advanced touchscreen smartphone, visit No final retail price has been set yet for the device.

  • To make owning the Desire an even better experience, Cellular South has the industry's best value for smartphones with its Smartphone Unlimited plan – the only one of its kind in the nation – that makes the enriched user experience more accessible to individuals, families and businesses. For only $59.98 a month per line for two lines, customers can talk, text, access the Web, and e-mail on the smartest network for smartphones without worrying about counting minutes, megabtyes or surprise bills.
  • With better coverage, fewer dropped calls and more 3G high-speed data services than its competitors, Cellular South is the smartest place to get Android smartphones and offers the best mobile broadband experience for the HTC Desire.

Android, Google, Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube and Android are trademarks of Google, Inc. HTC Hero is a trademark of HTC Corporation.

About Cellular South

Cellular South is a privately-owned diversified mobile communications company passionately committed to helping customers get the most out of their wireless devices and services. The nation's largest privately owned wireless communications carrier accomplishes this goal by providing the most reliable and advanced 3G nationwide wireless voice and data network, offering industry-leading smartphone devices and accessible flat rate plans, and through its online and in-store Discover Centers, which give customers easy, simple and convenient tools, tips, advice and information to get the most out of their mobile phone. For more information about Cellular South and its products and services, as well as its ground-breaking Cellular South Original user generated programming, visit This news release and other announcements are available at

[via businesswire]


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