Friday, December 19, 2008

Set up Your T-Mobile Cell Phones

Settings for picture messaging (MMS), internet connection, email, and other wireless services

I have long intended to put up a list of all mobile phones brands as well as mobile phones models that are supported by T-Mobile to be configured and set up for t-zones (WAP) as well as picture messaging or fondly called MMS using its wonderful application called T-Mobile Wireless Data Configurator. This application is just superb that it only requires you to supply few information about your mobile phone such as who is the mobile phone's manufacturer and what model it is, and then you may choose what type of configuration that you are looking for such as Internet, email, or picture messaging, your mobile number and then submit it online. In just few minutes, you should receive a configuration via your mobile phones!

Take a look at all supported mobile phones and if you own any one of them, you can try this fantastic web application exclusively provided by T-Mobile. I am so glad that T-Mobile is so generous to provide us with this tool so we can easily configure our cell phones. In short, setting up your prepaid mobile phone for picture messaging and internet connection service is now a breeze!

T-Mobile Aiko cell phones


Aiko 78G

T-Mobile Alcatel cell phones


Alcatel ELLE No 3
Alcatel Mandarina Duck
Alcatel One Touch 525
Alcatel One Touch 535
Alcatel One Touch 715
Alcatel One Touch 735
Alcatel One Touch 735i
Alcatel One Touch 736
Alcatel One Touch C550
Alcatel One Touch C552
Alcatel One Touch C701
Alcatel One Touch C825

T-Mobile AMOI mobile phones


AMOI 9109
AMOI Skypephone (WP-S1)

T-Mobile AudioVox mobile phones


Audiovox SMT 5600

T-Mobile BenQ mobile phones


BenQ M315
BenQ P50
BenQ S500
BenQ S660C
BenQ S670C
BenQ S80
BenQ S830C

T-Mobile BenQ-Siemens cell phones


BenQ-Siemens C81
BenQ-Siemens CF61
BenQ-Siemens CL71
BenQ-Siemens E61
BenQ-Siemens E71
BenQ-Siemens E81
BenQ-Seimens EF51
BenQ-Siemens EF71
BenQ-Siemens EF81
BenQ-Siemens EF91
BenQ-Siemens EL71
BenQ-Siemens M81
BenQ-Siemens S68
BenQ-Siemens S88
BenQ-Siemens SL91

T-Mobile Dallab mobile phones


Dallab DP900

T-Mobile Danger cell phones


Danger Sidekick
Danger Sidekick 2

T-mobile Dbtel cell phones


Dbtel 6228
Dbtel 8036C
Dbtel J1
Dbtel J7
Dbtel M7

T-Mobile Dopod cell phones


Dopod 565
Dopod 577
Dopod 595
Dopod 699
Dopod 700
Dopod 818
Dopod 818 Pro
Dopod 828
Dopod 838
Dopod 838 Pro
Dopod 900
Dopod C500
Dopod C720W (Excalibur)
Dopod C730
Dopod C800
Dopod Cavalier
Dopod D810
Dopod D810x
Dopod M700
Dopod P800W

T-Mobile Eliya mobile phones


Eliya F608
Eliya PD100
Eliya S568
Eliya S856

T-Mobile Emblaze mobile phones


Emblaze Sting 6

T-Mobile Ericsson mobile phones


Ericsson R520
Ericsson R520m
Ericsson R520mc
Ericsson R600
Ericsson T39
Ericsson T39m
Ericsson T39mc
Ericsson T65
Ericsson T68
Ericsson T68m

T-Mobile Fly mobile phones


Fly SX200

T-Mobile G-Plus mobile phones


G-Plus DF810
G-Plus DS810
G-Plus EV500M
G-Plus EV600
G-Plus EV700
G-Plus T858

T-mobile Gigabyte mobile phones


Gigabyte g-Cam
Gigabyte g-re
Gigabyte g-smart

T-Mobile Gradiente mobile phones


Gradiente GC300
Gradiente GF760
Gradiente GF910

T-Mobile Hewlett Packard mobile phones


Hewlett Packard H6365
Hewlett Packard HP6315
Hewlett Packard HP HW6915
Hewlett Packard HP iPAQ 510
Hewlett Packard HP iPAQ 6940
Hewlett Packard HP iPAQ 6945
Hewlett Packard HP iPAQ h6340
Hewlett Packard HP iPAQ hw6965
Hewlett Packard HP RW6828

T-Mobile HTC cell phones


HTC Advantage X7500
HTC Canary
HTC Mteor
HTC P3300 Artemis
HTC P3450 Touch
HTC P3470
HTC P3600 (Trinity)
HTC P3600i
HTC P4300
HTC P4350 (Herald)
HTC P5500 Touch Dial
HTC S310
HTC S620
HTC S621
HTC S630
HTC S710
HTC S730
HTC Touch Cruise

T-Mobile Huawei cell phones


Huawei U120
Huawei U526
Huawei U528
Huawei U535
Huawei U550

T-Mobile i-mate mobile phones


i-mate JAM
i-mate JAMin
i-mate Jaq3
i-mate Jasjam
i-mate Jasjar
i-mate Smartphone 2
i-mate SP3i
i-mate SP5m
i-mate SPL
i-mate Ultimate 8502
i-mate Ultimate 9502

T-Mobile i-mobile cell phones


i-mobile 308
i-mobile 502
i-mobile 508
i-mobile 512
i-mobile 513
i-mobile 600
i-mobile 602
i-mobile 609
i-mobile 611
i-mobile 612
i-mobile 901
i-mobile 902

T-Mobile Latte cell phones


Latte Boom

T-Mobile LG mobile phones


LG 225
LG B2000
LG B2070
LG B2100
LG B2150
LG C1100
LG C1150
LG C1300
LG C1500
LG C2000
LG C2500
LG C3100
LG C3300
LG C3310
LG C3320
LG C3380
LG CG225
LG Chocolate
LG Chocolate Platinum
LG CU320
LG CU400
LG F1200
LG F2100
LG F2250
LG F2300
LG F2400
LG F3000
LG F7250T
LG F9100
LG G1600
LG G1610
LG G1800
LG G262
LG G282
LG G4010
LG G4011
LG G4015
LG G4020
LG G5300i
LG 5400
LG 5600
LG G7050
LG G7070
LG G7100
LG G7120
LG G7200
LG KE500
LG KE600
LG KE770
LG KE800
LG KE820
LG KE850 Prada
LG KE970 Shine mobile phones
LG KE990
LG KF510
LG KF600
LG KG120
LG KG130
LG KG190
LG KG200
LG KG220
LG KG225
LG KG240
LG KG245
LG KG290
LG KG300
LG KG320
LG KG800
LG KG810
LG KG920
LG KP130
LG KP202
LG KU250
LG KU380
LG KU580
LG KU800
LG KU970 Shine
LG KU990 Viewty
LG L1100
LG L1150
LG L1200
LG L1400
LG L3100
LG L600v
LG M4410
LG M6100
LG ME770
LG ME970
LG MG120
LG MG125
LG MG155c
LG MG210c
LG MG220c
LG MG230
LG MG235
LG MG280c
LG MG295
LG MG296
LG MG320c
LG MG810c
LG MM535
LG P7200
LG S1000
LG S5000
LG S5200
LG T5100
LG U300
LG U400
LG U8110
LG U8120
LG U8130
LG U8138
LG U8150
LG U8180
LG U8180F
LG U8290
LG U830
LG U8330
LG U8360
LG U8380
LG U8500
LG U900
LG U970 Shine
LG U990

T-Mobile Lobster cell phones

Model(s) supported:

Lobster 485
Lobster 544
Lobster 575
Lobster 700

T-Mobile Maxon mobile phones

Model(s) supported:

Maxon MX-7970

T-Mobile Mitsubishi mobile phones

Model(s) supported:

Mitsubishi M330
Mitsubishi M800

T-Mobile MobileWatch cell phones


MobileWatch M500

T-Mobile Modelabs cell phones

Model(s) supported:

Modelabs Elite Model Look 2
Modelabs Levi

T-Mobile Motorola mobile phones

Model(s) supported:

Motorola 280i
Motorola 7382i
Motorola A009
Motorola A1000
Motorola A1200
Motorola A630
Motorola A668
Motorola A732
Motorola A780
Motorola A835
Motorola A840
Motorola A845
Motorola A910
Motorola A925
Motorola C155
Motorola C168
Motorola C250
Motorola C257
Motorola C261
Motorola C330
Motorola C331
Motorola C332
Motorola C333
Motorola C350
Motorola C350i
Motorola C370
Motorola C380
Motorola C381
Motorola C385
Motorola C450
Motorola C550
Motorola C650
Motorola C651
Motorola C975
Motorola E1000
Motorola E1070
Motorola E360
Motorola E365
Motorola E375
Motorola E380
Motorola E398
Motorola E550
Motorola E680
Motorola E680i
Motorola E770
Motorola E770v
Motorola IZAR
Motorola L2
Motorola M900
Motorola MOTO U9
Motorola MOTOKRZR K1
Motorola MOTOKRZR K1e
Motorola MOTOKRZR K3
Motorola MOTOKRZR K3m
Motorola MOTORAZR Maxx V6
Motorola MOTORAZR V3
Motorola MOTORAZR V3i
Motorola MOTORAZR V3x
Motorola MOTORAZR V3xx (set up available for internet, email, My-Email, picture messaging, t-zones)
Motorola MOTORAZR2 V8
Motorola MOTORAZR2 V9
Motorola MOTORIZR Z3
Motorola MOTORIZR Z8
Motorola MOTOROKR E1
Motorola MOTOROKR E2
Motorola MOTOROKR E6
Motorola MOTOROKR W5
Motorola MOTOROKR Z6
Motorola MOTOSLVR L6
Motorola MOTOSLVR L7
Motorola MOTOSLVR L7e
Motorola MOTOSLVR L7i
Motorola MOTOSLVR L7ie
Motorola MOTOSLVR L9
Motorola MOTOSLVR V8
Motorola MPx
Motorola MPx200
Motorola MPx220
Motorola Q8
Motorola Q9h
Motorola RAZR V3e
Motorola RAZR V3re
Motorola T193
Motorola T193m
Motorola T720
Motorola T720e
Motorola T720i
Motorola T721
Motorola T722i
Motorola T725
Motorola U3
Motorola V1050
Motorola V150
Motorola V171
Motorola V172
Motorola V177
Motorola V180
Motorola V185
Motorola V186
Motorola V188
Motorola V190
Motorola V191
Motorola V196
Motorola V197
Motorola V220
Motorola V226
Motorola V235
Motorola V290
Motorola V291
Motorola V300
Motorola V303p
Motorola V330
Motorola V360
Motorola V361
Motorola V362
Motorola V365
Motorola V3r
Motorola V400
Motorola V500
Motorola V505
Motorola V525
Motorola V535
Motorola V540
Motorola V545
Motorola V547
Motorola V550
Motorola V551
Motorola V555
Motorola V557
Motorola V557p
Motorola V60
Motorola V600
Motorola V600i
Motorola V60i
Motorola V620
Motorola V635
Motorola V66
Motorola V690
Motorola V70
Motorola V80
Motorola V872
Motorola V878
Motorola V975
Motorola W220
Motorola W230
Motorola W270
Motorola W375
Motorola W377
Motorola W490
Motorola W510
Motorola W510e
Motorola Z9

T-Mobile MWg cell phones


MWg Atom V

T-Mobile NEC mobile phones

Model(s) supported:

NEC 515
NEC 525
NEC 535M
NEC e122
NEC e228
NEC e338
NEC e616
NEC N343i

T-Mobile also supports for Newgen mobile phones


Newgen C800
Newgen N610
Newgen N620
Newgen N710
Newgen N720
Newgen T1000

T-Mobile Nokia mobile phones

Model(s) supported to setup picture messaging MMS:

Nokia 2600 Classic
Nokia 2610
Nokia 2626
Nokia 263
Nokia 2650
Nokia 2651
Nokia 2652
Nokia 2660
Nokia 276
Nokia 310
Nokia 3108
Nokia 3109 Classic
Nokia 3110 Classic
Nokia 3120
Nokia 3200
Nokia 3220
Nokia 3230
Nokia 3250
Nokia 3300
Nokia 3500 Classic
Nokia 3510
Nokia 3510i
Nokia 3530
Nokia 3590
Nokia 3595
Nokia 3595 IM
Nokia 3600
Nokia 3620
Nokia 3650
Nokia 3660
Nokia 5070
Nokia 5100
Nokia 5140
Nokia 5140i
Nokia 5200
Nokia 5300
Nokia 5310 XpressMusic
Nokia 5500 Sport
Nokia 5610 XpressMusic
Nokia 5700 Xpress Music
Nokia 6010
Nokia 6020
Nokia 6021
Nokia 6030
Nokia 6060
Nokia 6061
Nokia 6070
Nokia 6080
Nokia 6085
Nokia 6086
Nokia 6100
Nokia 6101
Nokia 6102
Nokia 6102i
Nokia 6103
Nokia 6108
Nokia 6110 Navigator
Nokia 6111
Nokia 6120 Classic
Nokia 6121 Classic
Nokia 6125
Nokia 6126
Nokia 6131
Nokia 6133
Nokia 6136
Nokia 6151
Nokia 6170
Nokia 6200
Nokia 6200 IM
Nokia 6210 Navigator
Nokia 6220
Nokia 6220 Classic
Nokia 6230
Nokia 6230i
Nokia 6233
Nokia 6234
Nokia 6260
Nokia 6267
Nokia 6270
Nokia 6280
Nokia 6282
Nokia 6288
Nokia 6290
Nokia 6300
Nokia 6300i
Nokia 6301
Nokia 6310
Nokia 6310i
Nokia 6500 Classic
Nokia 6500 Slide
Nokia 6510
Nokia 6555
Nokia 6590
Nokia 6600
Nokia 6610
Nokia 6610i
Nokia 6620
Nokia 6630
Nokia 6650
Nokia 6650 v4.02+
Nokia 6651
Nokia 6670
Nokia 6680
Nokia 6681
Nokia 6682
Nokia 6708
Nokia 6800
Nokia 6810
Nokia 6820
Nokia 6822
Nokia 6822b
Nokia 7200
Nokia 7210
Nokia 7250
Nokia 7250i
Nokia 7260
Nokia 7270
Nokia 7280
Nokia 7360
Nokia 7370
Nokia 7373
Nokia 7380
Nokia 7390
Nokia 7500 Prism
Nokia 7600
Nokia 7610
Nokia 7650
Nokia 7700
Nokia 7710
Nokia 7900 Prism
Nokia 8310
Nokia 8390
Nokia 8600 Luna
Nokia 8800
Nokia 8800 Arte
Nokia 8800 Sirocco Edition
Nokia 8801
Nokia 8910
Nokia 8910i
Nokia 9300
Nokia 9300i
Nokia 9500
Nokia E50
Nokia E51
Nokia E60
Nokia E61
Nokia E61i
Nokia E62
Nokia E65
Nokia E70
Nokia E90 Communicator
Nokia IFrame SU-7
Nokia N-Gage
Nokia N-Gage QD
Nokia N70
Nokia N71
Nokia N72
Nokia N73
Nokia N75
Nokia N76
Nokia N77
Nokia N80
Nokia N80ie
Nokia N81
Nokia N81 8GB
Nokia N82
Nokia N90
Nokia N91
Nokia N92
Nokia N93
Nokia N93i
Nokia N95
Nokia N95 8GB
Nokia Observation Camera
Nokia Remote Camera

Note : I'm sure enough one day they will add settings for your Nokia N96...;-)

T-Mobile OKWAP cell phones


Okwap A236
Okwap A268
Okwap A272
Okwap A279
Okwap A323
Okwap A361
Okwap A362
Okwap A363
Okwap H105
Okwap H133
Okwap i516
Okwap i519
Okwap i885
Okwap i900
Okwap S762
Okwap S768
Okwap S858

T-Mobile Palm smartphones


Palm Treo 500v
Palm Treo 750

T-mobile PalmOne smartphones

PalmOne Treo 600
PalmOne Treo 650

Setting up picture messaging is also available for all these T-Mobile Panasonic

mobile phone models:

Panasonic A200
Panasonic A500
Panasonic G60
Panasonic G60U
Panasonic GD87
Panasonic GD88
Panasonic GU87
Panasonic MX6
Panasonic SA6
Panasonic SC3
Panasonic VS2
Panasonic VS3
Panasonic VS6
Panasonic VS7
Panasonic X100
Panasonic X200
Panasonic X300
Panasonic X400
Panasonic X500
Panasonic X66
Panasonic X68
Panasonic X70
Panasonic X700
Panasonic X77
Panasonic X800
Panasonic X88

T-Mobile Pantech mobile phones


Pantech C120
Pantech C300
Pantech Duo C810
Pantech G200
Pantech G300
Pantech G500
Pantech G600
Pantech G670
Pantech G800
Pantech G900
Pantech GB200
Pantech GF200
Pantech PG-1200
Pantech PG-1600

T-Mobile Philips cell phones


Philips 350
Philips 355
Philips 362
Philips 530
Philips 535
Philips 568
Philips 588
Philips 636
Philips 639
Philips 650
Philips 655
Philips 755
Philips 760
Philips 766
Philips 768
Philips 855
Philips 859
Philips 960
Philips Fisio 620
Philips Fisio 625
Philips Fisio 820
Philips S660
Philips S800
Philips S890
Philips Xenium 9@9a
Philips Xenium 9@9d
Philips Xenium 9@9e
Philips Xenium 9@9i
Philips Xenium 9@9t

Those using Porsche Design mobile phones model P9521 can also setup their

phones with T-Mobile to utilize the picture messaging service. The service is

also applicable for those using Qool mobile phone particularly model QP168. Not

to left out cell phone model ESC1100 (Compal AR11) from RED.

T-Mobile supported Sagem mobile phones


Sagem MY X-8
Sagem my202C
Sagem my202L
Sagem my212X
Sagem my300C
Sagem my300X
Sagem my301L
Sagem my301X
Sagem my302L
Sagem my400V
Sagem my401C
Sagem my401X
Sagem my401z
Sagem my411C
Sagem my411Cv
Sagem my411V
Sagem my411X
Sagem my501C
Sagem my511X
Sagem my600v
Sagem my700X
Sagem my800v
Sagem my850v
Sagem myC-3
Sagem myC4-2
Sagem myC5-2
Sagem myV-55
Sagem myV-76
Sagem myV-85
Sagem myX-3
Sagem myX-4
Sagem myX-5m
Sagem myX-7
Sagem myX5-2
Sagem myX6-2
Sagem myZ-5
Sagem VS2
Sagem VS3
Sagem VS4

Here is the long list of all Samsung's mobile phones models which you can find

their MMS setup using the configurator.

Samsung A226
Samsung A411
Samsung A436
Samsung A501
Samsung A701
Samsung A707
Samsung A717
Samsung A727
Samsung A737
Samsung B500
Samsung Blast
Samsung C100
Samsung C108T
Samsung C130
Samsung C140
Samsung C160
Samsung C170
Samsung C180
Samsung C200
Samsung C200C
Samsung C225
Samsung C230
Samsung C250
Samsung C260
Samsung C266
Samsung C300
Samsung C400
Samsung C406
Samsung C416
Samsung C417
Samsung C420L
Samsung C425
Samsung C450
Samsung C506
Samsung C520
Samsung D307
Samsung D347
Samsung D357
Samsung D406
Samsung D407
Samsung D410
Samsung D415
Samsung D418
Samsung D500
Samsung D500C
Samsung D508C
Samsung D510
Samsung D520
Samsung D600
Samsung D600e
Samsung D608
Samsung D720
Samsung D800
Samsung D806
Samsung D820
Samsung D830
Samsung D836
Samsung D838
Samsung D840
Samsung D880
Samsung D900
Samsung D900i
Samsung D908
Samsung E100
Samsung E100A
Samsung E105
Samsung E200
Samsung E230L
Samsung E250
Samsung E256
Samsung E300
Samsung E310
Samsung E310C
Samsung E315
Samsung E316
Samsung E317
Samsung E330
Samsung E330C
Samsung E335
Samsung E340
Samsung E348
Samsung E350
Samsung E350E
Samsung E358
Samsung E360
Samsung E370
Samsung E380
Samsung E390
Samsung E500
Samsung E530
Samsung E530C
Samsung E570
Samsung E570L
Samsung E590
Samsung E600
Samsung E600C
Samsung E608
Samsung E620
Samsung E628
Samsung E630
Samsung E630C
Samsung E635
Samsung E638
Samsung E640
Samsung E640C
Samsung E648
Samsung E690
Samsung E700
Samsung E708
Samsung E710
Samsung E715
Samsung E720
Samsung E720C
Samsung E730
Samsung E738
Samsung E740
Samsung E746
Samsung E760
Samsung E770
Samsung E778
Samsung E780
Samsung E800
Samsung E800C
Samsung E808
Samsung E810
Samsung E810C
Samsung E818
Samsung E820T
Samsung E830
Samsung E840
Samsung E850
Samsung E860V
Samsung E870
Samsung E890
Samsung E900
Samsung E950
Samsung F110
Samsung F200
Samsung F210
Samsung F250
Samsung F300
Samsung F330
Samsung F500
Samsung F700
Samsung F700v
Samsung G600
Samsung G800
Samsung i300
Samsung i320
Samsung i321
Samsung i450
Samsung i450v
Samsung i550
Samsung i560
Samsung i600
Samsung i600v Blackjack
Samsung i640v
Samsung i750
Samsung i780
Samsung J200
Samsung J600
Samsung J700
Samsung J750
Samsung L170
Samsung L600
Samsung L760
Samsung L760V
Samsung Lily E420
Samsung M110
Samsung M300
Samsung M600
Samsung P100
Samsung P108
Samsung P200
Samsung P207
Samsung P260
Samsung P300
Samsung P310
Samsung P400
Samsung P510
Samsung P518
Samsung P520 Armani
Samsung P730C
Samsung P735
Samsung P738
Samsung P777
Samsung P850
Samsung P858
Samsung P910
Samsung P930
Samsung S100
Samsung S300
Samsung S300m
Samsung S307
Samsung S308
Samsung S500
Samsung Serene
Samsung T309
Samsung T509
Samsung T519
Samsung T609
Samsung T619
Samsung T719
Samsung U100
Samsung U106
Samsung U300
Samsung U600
Samsung U700
Samsung U700v
Samsung U900
Samsung Ultra 12.9
Samsung Ultra 6.9
Samsung Ultra 9.9
Samsung V200
Samsung V206
Samsung V208
Samsung X100
Samsung X100A
Samsung X105
Samsung X108
Samsung X120
Samsung X160
Samsung X200
Samsung X208
Samsung X210
Samsung X300
Samsung X308
Samsung X426
Samsung X427m
Samsung X430
Samsung X450
Samsung X458
Samsung X460
Samsung X460C
Samsung X468
Samsung X475
Samsung X480
Samsung X480C
Samsung X488
Samsung X495
Samsung X496
Samsung X500
Samsung X506
Samsung X507
Samsung X510
Samsung X520
Samsung X530
Samsung X540
Samsung X550
Samsung X560L
Samsung X600
Samsung X600A
Samsung X620
Samsung X620C
Samsung X630
Samsung X636
Samsung X640
Samsung X640C
Samsung X648
Samsung X650
Samsung X660
Samsung X660V
Samsung X668
Samsung X670
Samsung X680
Samsung X700
Samsung X820
Samsung X830
Samsung X836
Samsung Z107
Samsung Z130
Samsung Z140
Samsung Z150
Samsung Z170
Samsung Z230
Samsung Z238
Samsung Z240
Samsung Z308
Samsung Z370
Samsung Z400
Samsung Z400v
Samsung Z500
Samsung Z500v
Samsung Z510
Samsung Z540
Samsung Z560
Samsung Z560L
Samsung Z568
Samsung Z720
Samsung Z720M
Samsung ZV10
Samsung ZV30
Samsung ZV40
Samsung ZV50
Samsung ZV60
Samsung ZX10

Supported Sanyo cell phones


Sanyo S750
Sanyo S750i

T-Mobile Sendo cell phones


Sendo M550
Sendo M551
Sendo M570
Sendo M571
Sendo P600
Sendo S360
Sendo S600
Sendo S601
Sendo SV663
Sendo X
Sendo Z100

Configure your supported Sharp cell phones models here for picture messaging

Sharp 550SH
Sharp 703
Sharp 903
Sharp GX-T29
Sharp GX10
Sharp GX10i
Sharp GX15
Sharp GX17
Sharp GX20
Sharp GX25
Sharp GX29
Sharp GX30
Sharp GX30i
Sharp GX31
Sharp T71
Sharp TM150
Sharp TM200
Sharp WX-T91

Now which Siemens mobile phones can be configured for t-Zone WAP service?

Siemens 6618
Siemens A31
Siemens A56i
Siemens A60
Siemens A62
Siemens A65
Siemens A75
Siemens AF51
Siemens AL21
Siemens AP75
Siemens AX72
Siemens AX75
Siemens AX76
Siemens C55
Siemens C56
Siemens C60
Siemens C61
Siemens C62
Siemens C65
Siemens C65v
Siemens C66
Siemens C70
Siemens C72
Siemens C75
Siemens CF110
Siemens CF62
Siemens CF62T
Siemens CF63
Siemens CF75
Siemens CF76
Siemens CFX65
Siemens CL75
Siemens CT65
Siemens CX65
Siemens CX66
Siemens CX70
Siemens CX70 Emoty
Siemens CX75
Siemens CXT65
Siemens CXT70
Siemens L55
Siemens M50
Siemens M55
Siemens M56
Siemens M65
Siemens M65 Rescue Edition
Siemens M75
Siemens MC60
Siemens MCT62
Siemens ME45
Siemens ME75
Siemens MT50
Siemens S45
Siemens S46
Siemens S55
Siemens S56
Siemens S57
Siemens S65
Siemens S66
Siemens S75
Siemens SF65
Siemens SK65
Siemens SL55
Siemens SL56
Siemens SL65
Siemens SL65 ESCADA
Siemens SL65 ESCADA Rockin Rio
Siemens SL75
Siemens SP65
Siemens ST55
Siemens ST60
Siemens SX1
Siemens SX1 Mc Laren
Siemens SX56
Siemens SXG75
Siemens U15

No, I haven't heard of these Sonim mobile phones before but the application

allows you to configure them for picture messaging too.

Sonim JCB ToughPhone
Sonim XP1

Now we are about to check out all available models of Sony Ericsson's mobile

phones that can be setup for MMS as well as t-zones (WAP). Take a deep breath!

Sony Ericsson C902
Sony Ericsson D750i
Sony Ericsson F500i
Sony Ericsson J200c
Sony Ericsson J200i
Sony Ericsson J210i
Sony Ericsson J220a
Sony Ericsson J220c
Sony Ericsson J220i
Sony Ericsson J230c
Sony Ericsson J230i
Sony Ericsson J300a
Sony Ericsson J300c
Sony Ericsson J300i
Sony Ericsson K200i
Sony Ericsson K205a
Sony Ericsson K205i
Sony Ericsson K220i
Sony Ericsson K300a
Sony Ericsson K300c
Sony Ericsson K300i
Sony Ericsson K310a
Sony Ericsson K310c
Sony Ericsson K310i
Sony Ericsson K320i
Sony Ericsson K500c
Sony Ericsson K500i
Sony Ericsson K506c
Sony Ericsson K508c
Sony Ericsson K508i
Sony Ericsson K510a
Sony Ericsson K510c
Sony Ericsson K510i
Sony Ericsson K530i
Sony Ericsson K550a
Sony Ericsson K550c
Sony Ericsson K550i
Sony Ericsson K550im
Sony Ericsson K600c
Sony Ericsson K600i
Sony Ericsson K608i
Sony Ericsson K610c
Sony Ericsson K610i
Sony Ericsson K610im
Sony Ericsson K618i
Sony Ericsson K660i
Sony Ericsson K700c
Sony Ericsson K700i
Sony Ericsson K750c
Sony Ericsson K750i
Sony Ericsson K758c
Sony Ericsson K770i
Sony Ericsson K790a
Sony Ericsson K790c
Sony Ericsson K790i
Sony Ericsson K800c
Sony Ericsson K800i
Sony Ericsson K810i
Sony Ericsson K818c
Sony Ericsson K850i
Sony Ericsson M600i
Sony Ericsson M608c
Sony Ericsson P1i
Sony Ericsson P800
Sony Ericsson P802
Sony Ericsson P900
Sony Ericsson P908
Sony Ericsson P910a
Sony Ericsson P910c
Sony Ericsson P910i
Sony Ericsson P990c
Sony Ericsson P990i
Sony Ericsson S500c
Sony Ericsson S500i
Sony Ericsson S700c
Sony Ericsson S700i
Sony Ericsson S710a
Sony Ericsson T200
Sony Ericsson T202
Sony Ericsson T226
Sony Ericsson T226s
Sony Ericsson T230
Sony Ericsson T236m
Sony Ericsson T237
Sony Ericsson T238
Sony Ericsson T250i
Sony Ericsson T280i
Sony Ericsson T290a
Sony Ericsson T290i
Sony Ericsson T292a
Sony Ericsson T300
Sony Ericsson T306
Sony Ericsson T310
Sony Ericsson T312
Sony Ericsson T316
Sony Ericsson T610
Sony Ericsson T616
Sony Ericsson T618
Sony Ericsson T61z
Sony Ericsson T628
Sony Ericsson T62u
Sony Ericsson T630
Sony Ericsson T637
Sony Ericsson T650i
Sony Ericsson T658c
Sony Ericsson T68i
Sony Ericsson T68ie
Sony Ericsson V600i
Sony Ericsson V630i
Sony Ericsson V640i
Sony Ericsson V800
Sony Ericsson V800i
Sony Ericsson W200a
Sony Ericsson W200i
Sony Ericsson W300c
Sony Ericsson W300i
Sony Ericsson W350i
Sony Ericsson W380a
Sony Ericsson W380c
Sony Ericsson W380i
Sony Ericsson W550c
Sony Ericsson W550i
Sony Ericsson W580i
Sony Ericsson W600c
Sony Ericsson W600i
Sony Ericsson W610i
Sony Ericsson W660i
Sony Ericsson W700c
Sony Ericsson W700i
Sony Ericsson W710i
Sony Ericsson W712i
Sony Ericsson W800c
Sony Ericsson W800i
Sony Ericsson W810i
Sony Ericsson W830c
Sony Ericsson W830i
Sony Ericsson W850i
Sony Ericsson W880i
Sony Ericsson W890i
Sony Ericsson W900c
Sony Ericsson W900i
Sony Ericsson W908c
Sony Ericsson W910i
Sony Ericsson W950i
Sony Ericsson W958c
Sony Ericsson W960i
Sony Ericsson Z1010
Sony Ericsson Z200
Sony Ericsson Z208
Sony Ericsson Z250a
Sony Ericsson Z250i
Sony Ericsson Z300a
Sony Ericsson Z300c
Sony Ericsson Z300i
Sony Ericsson Z310a
Sony Ericsson Z310i
Sony Ericsson Z320a
Sony Ericsson Z320i
Sony Ericsson Z500a
Sony Ericsson Z500i
Sony Ericsson Z502a
Sony Ericsson Z520a
Sony Ericsson Z520c
Sony Ericsson Z520i
Sony Ericsson Z525a
Sony Ericsson Z525i
Sony Ericsson Z530c
Sony Ericsson Z530i
Sony Ericsson Z550a
Sony Ericsson Z550c
Sony Ericsson Z550i
Sony Ericsson Z555a
Sony Ericsson Z555i
Sony Ericsson Z558c
Sony Ericsson Z558i
Sony Ericsson Z600
Sony Ericsson Z608
Sony Ericsson Z610i
Sony Ericsson Z710i
Sony Ericsson Z712i
Sony Ericsson Z750i
Sony Ericsson Z800i

T-Mobile also has their own mobile phones and these are those that you kind

find their setup for MSS in the configurator.

T-Mobile Ameo
T-Mobile Dash
T-Mobile MDA
T-Mobile MDA Compact
T-Mobile MDA Compact II
T-Mobile MDA Compact III
T-Mobile MDA III
T-Mobile MDA Mail
T-Mobile MDA Pro
T-Mobile MDA Touch
T-Mobile MDA Vario
T-Mobile MDA Vario II
T-Mobile MDA Vario III
T-Mobile SDA
T-Mobile SDA II
T-Mobile Shadow
T-Mobile Wing

Only recently I discovered this cell phone called Toplux model CG260 as well as

Torq mobile phones. Configuration is only available for two models Torq N100

and Torq P100. Not to forget the one from UT Starcom which is GPRS748.

How about Toshiba? Can you setup MMS for Toshiba mobile phones? Thanks to

T-Mobile for providing us these service. Here are the models that are


Toshiba G500
Toshiba Portege G710
Toshiba Portege G900
Toshiba TS605
Toshiba TS608
Toshiba TS705
Toshiba TS803
Toshiba TS808
Toshiba TS921

MMS configuration for mobile phones from VK Mobile manufacturer specifically

VK530, VK4000, and VK1100 are also available using this wireless data


Again, I can't thank t-mobile enough for such a great product and as I mentioned before in my previous post, you can also check out your T-Mobile coverage in the United States using the portal. I hope that in the future T-Mobile will continue producing all these value-added services to ensure our convenience while using it; just like this powerful tool to setup picture messaging for our t-mobile cell phones.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Switch to Digi Mobile Plan Online

advantages of using Digi Mobile Phone Plan

It has been a couple of months now since the new government implementation of mobile number portability (MNP) has taken place in our country. Yet many of us are still in doubt about changing or switching to other port servers like Digi or Celcom. Why? Because we do not have enough information about how this new system will affect our usage of mobile phones in our daily life. We are not so sure whether it’s a good thing to switch or not. We have no idea that the new ruling is actually going to benefits all of us. Allow me to discuss about this and we will run some comparison between networks in terms of their advantages and their disadvantages.

Introduction should be made first about mobile number portability since I assume at least 60% of us still need to be enlightened. This so-called implementation is not something new in the UK and some other countries. It is an opportunity given to any mobile phone user to opt to switch to other server or carrier without losing his or her current mobile phone number. For instance, if you are now using Maxis Hotlink with 017 prefix numbers, you have the chance to switch to another carrier such as digi and as you all know that digi’s prefix is 016, you can still retain your mobile phone 017 number though the ownership of the service now belongs to digi.

A brief pre-launch was run for few prepaid mobile phone numbers in Klang Valley and selected phone service providers centers and then it went live on the October 15th. There is actually a central clearing house system involved to implement MNP and therefore there is a fee of RM25 to be charged.

Why switch now when I already have a long good relationship with my current mobile phone service provider? Well if that was your first question, then my answer is simple. It’s easy and it costs you nothing. The latest development is still too new to Malaysian and therefore all the service providers have taken the initiative to absorb the registration and switching fees. Furthermore, most of them have promised us that the transition wouldn’t cause any service interruptions.

In fact, you can always switch your mobile phone plan online without having to queue at the counters and waiting for your turn to be called. This convenience service is currently being offered by yellow digi that claimed that they will deliver the SIM package to our home address if we choose to switch to digi online. I consider that as a superb service from digi beyond our expectation, don’t you think so?

All right let us take a look at why you should transfer your mobile phone number to digi. I am going to say all these in general first without referring to other available mobile service providers since I think it is best if I post a separate article on this. Believe me, this is going to be a long one for you to absorb so get ready to read all my nonsense ramblings here lol.

Switching to Digi is a breeze and once you have installed your digi SIM card into your mobile phones, you should start to realize that you will actually save more of your money when you use Digi. Yes this is true since you can enjoy more savings of your calls usage as well as SMS without any conditions since Digi has kindly offered the service to everyone. Either you choose prepaid mobile phone plan or standard contract-based mobile phone plan, you will still save more than other mobile phone service providers.

How is that possible? Well with Digi you will enjoy the lowest flat rates for all calls nationwide. The rate is also cheaper when you use SMS or Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS). The best part is the rate is also applicable when you call someone that is using other networks such as Maxis Hotlink or Celcom Malaysia. If I choose to switch, then in my humble opinion this is going to make me easier to communicate with anyone on any network. I’ll be more than happy to contact anyone and still enjoy the lowest call rate ever.

As you all know Digi’s famous value-added service is its Friends and Family. When you activate this service from Digi, you will have more time to communicate to your close friends and families. The call rates are even lower with this value-added service and eventually this would lead to more healthy and quality communication with your BFF or your family. Mind you though that this wonderful feature from Digi however is only applicable if both numbers subscribe to Digi. It does not matter if your number is 017 and your girlfriend’s number is 018 as long as both have been switched to Digi.

Digi Malaysia may not be the major player in mobile phone service industry here in Malaysia but in terms of continuous exceptional services, they should be voted as the best one. Digi has always been the innovative market leader with introductions of flat call rates not just to within the network but also to all other networks. The yellow guy you always see in tv as well as in papers are actually symbolizing the uniqueness of Digi and how it always strive to serve its customers better.

Another good thing about switching to Digi is their transparent policy on their fees. No hidden fees are charged without our consent. Speaking about this, I think this is almost true for some people that are using contract-based plans with other networks. they were always charged ridiculously without them even knowing about why they were charged. I’m not sure why this is possible and if I may put my two cents in, only here, in our country, that companies can get away with scam like this.

Now how about rewards? I used to talk about Maxis Hotlink rewards. How about Digi? Does it have any kind of rewards to be granted to its loyal users? Sure it does and I believe it is even more and even better. Anything and everything you spend with Digi is always rewarded such as monthly surprises, birthday bonuses and even free insurance coverage. Those are just some of them and there are still other surprises and rewards that you will receive when you switch to Digi online.

Do you know that Digi provides its users free around the clock support? Yes it does and it is good to know that Digi’s customer care center can always be called and their representatives are more than capable to assist you with your issues. Furthermore, Digi has also introduced a chat service where you can have a chat online with its customer service representatives anytime of the day, seven days a week. Again, it’s free.

Anyone in this world would be much happier if we were given a chance to be in control of anything. Well, Digi realized this nature and therefore they are giving us full control of what we spend and how we spend at all times when we switch to Digi. For example, you may pick your own preferences when it comes to bill statement date or maybe you opt to get immediate usage updates through e-billing (yes they have this service). With digi, you can also enjoy free automatic credit alerts so you know exactly how much credit balance you still have in your mobile phone. Even the grace period is quite generous compared to other network’s plans and you can always keep your mobile phone plan active with automatic bill payments.

‘I will follow you….everywhere you go…’ a line of the song that we hear it almost everyday everywhere. In fact the song has been haunting me for quite some time lol. I mentioned before that Digi strives hard to ensure it can provide better service for its clients. There are currently eight thousands Digi outlets nationwide to serve its clients. The reception has also improved from time to time in other words you can now count on Digi’s widest data coverage in the country. No worries if you always travel abroad as Digi has international roaming coverage in over one hundred and sixty countries around the world and they are planning to add more.

In short, Digi is making things easier for us every day if we choose to switch to any of Digi plans online. Let’s go deeper now into Digi’s mobile phone plans. Digi is offering both prepaid mobile phone service plans as well as the standard post-paid plans. Several packages available in each of the plans and we will take some time to ramble more about it in our future post. For now, let us check out the Digi post-paid mobile phone plan benefits and advantages.

Digi’s post-paid plans offer you the simplest price plans and each one of them has been designed to suit your needs. All of the plans in Digi’s post-paid mobile phone service share the same unbeatable service; flat call rates nationwide. It is such a nuisance when I have to think who is on which service provider and actually when the new mobile number portability implementation has taken place, it makes things even worse. Thanks to Digi, it is a pleasure when I don’t have to think abut this anymore since the call rates are the same for all port servers.

When it comes to switching the mobile phone service provider and still retain the mobile phone number, Digi could be the easiest one to sign-up with. Well first of all you can register and get your moble phone plan to be switched online and then just for your information, Digi does not charge you any deposits or up-front payments when you switch to their services, without incurring any cost. In other words, Digi is absorbing the fees at this moment and that is actually a relief for many people.

No, I will never change to Digi, unless they give me free perks! Aha, this is perhaps one of the best options provided by Digi for other networks’ users. When you sign-up a contract-based plan with Digi, you deserve to obtain a free mobile phone (hey don't expect too much you won't get a nokia N96 mobile phone) as well as amazing free calls and SMS. Check out their site to see which plan has this unique offer.

Now we are going to look into the benefits of using Digi’s prepaid mobile phone plans. Digi has been promoting its 1 low flat rate of 36 cents for calls nationwide for quite some time. Furthermore, just like Maxis Hotlink prepaid mobile phone plan or Celcom Blue prepaid mobile phone plan, Digi’s prepaid plan also has the value-added service where you can register up to eleven Digi’s numbers to enjoy lowest call rates and SMS rates whenever you call these eleven numbers.

Oh yes there is one special promotion from Digi when you switch from your prepaid mobile phone plan to Digi prepaid mobile plan. You may enjoy free one year validity as well as the flat rate for calls will be activated immediately with zero conditions. There are three different options when you choose Digi prepaid mobile plan; Digi Super FnF, Digi Super SMS and also Digi Super Talk. You can easily switch between all these plans anytime and you may also enjoy free activation.

Ok everything that I have mentioned so far above are just part of the fringe benefits that you will receive when you decide to switch from your mobile carrier to Digi. Lots and lots of rewards are available along the way when you join Digi. Simply say, I have come to conclusion that Digi for the time being is the best mobile phone plan service especially in terms of money saving and coverage.

Hold yourself tight for the next post because we will continue rambling more about switching to Digi and why is it good to try switching the port server. However, I would like to remind you that all of the information that I have provided here is just based on my research and therefore you may contact me if you find any flaws in this post.

Have a good weekend guys!

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Nokia N96 Prepaid Mobile Phone

Though by now most of you have already known about the latest development from Nokia which is the what-is-so-good-about-mobile computer Nokia N97, it is always good to take a second look at Nokia’s other previous mobile phones. Nokia has made a groundbreaking achievement in the mobile phone industry when it first introduced its N-series smart mobile phones. These series of cell phones are convergence mobile devices supporting digital multimedia services such as music playback, video capture, photography, mobile gaming and Internet services. Just for your information, all N-series prepaid mobile phones support at least one high-speed wireless technology, such as 3G, or wireless local area network.

The Nokia Nseries is aimed at users looking to pack as many features as possible into one device. The better-than-average cameras often found on Nseries devices are one such example, as are the video and music playback and photo viewing capabilities of these devices, which resemble those of standalone portable media devices. Later in the future we will take some time to review Nokia’s new touch prepaid mobile phone called Nokia 5800 XpressMusic which is packed with “Comes with Music”, the Nokia’s fabulous service which offers one year of unlimited access to the entire Nokia Music Store catalogue. Mind you though that this Nokia 5800 is not part of N-series mobile phones.

Today we are going to take a long walk as we will be talking about the previous Nokia prepaid mobile phone, Nokia N96. Still new though, and therefore I think it is still worth to ramble about the mobile phone features. For some, the mobile phone may be too expensive. However I believe the price of the Nokia N96 mobile phone sooner or later will drop significantly once the brand new Nokia N97 mobile phones have dominated the market.

Before we go to our discussion, I have some updates on the firmware of this fantastic Nokia N96 mobile phone. Here is some updates on the Nokia N96’s firmware, the latest update of firmware v12.043 can be downloaded using the prepaid mobile phone itself by typing in *#0000# on the standby screen and then press Options, Check for Updates. You can also download the latest firmware using the Nokia Software Updater. As usual, it is best to first back up all of your data before updating in the case that the process erase everything but as far as I am concern, the mobile phone is equipped with user data protection system which is activated all the time. It shouldn’t be a problem then but it is always a good habit to always play the games safely. It is not that difficult to first save everything you already have right? Check out some of the improvements of this new firmware update in one of this article’s last paragraphs.

When the N95 mobile phone was first launched it was a prime instance of how far and innovative mobile phones have become. So when the N96 mobile phone was first announced, you would of course expect the same quantum leap you would expect from an update of the N95 mobile phone. The N96 mobile phone though coming with some pretty new features is not as groundbreaking as I expected it to be though. However, like the Apple iPhone 3G and HTC Touch Pro, incremental changes is not always a bad thing, so in looking for why the Nokia N96 mobile phone makes purchasing sense, we firstly need to look at the need for cosmetic alterations.

Let us remember that the N95 mobile phone was a big tool even for its day, and as such, the first thing you will realize about the new Nokia N96 mobile phone is the fact that it is slimmer than its predecessor. While raw numbers do not necessarily reflect anything worth writing home about, it is certainly a far more comfortable experience as you carry the device in your pocket.

A smooth shiny surface now adorns the unit and despite its affinity for fingerprints, it has to be said that the Nokia N96 mobile phone does look expensive. Yes it is going to look really cool when you use the prepaid mobile phone to call India. A redesigned slider means that it feels far more solid to the touch, but what came along with all of this are redesigned buttons. Since the buttons are now flushed against its surrounding surface, for some, it will be difficult to be able to tell individual keys apart via touch. I personally had errors during text composition and navigation due to the Nokia N96 mobile phone’s flushed keys. There is also the addition of a nifty kick stand at the rear of the device close to 45 degrees upright.

A combination of a freshly revised operating system as well as a digital TV tuner pretty much rounds up the new key features of this brand new Nokia N96 mobile phone. The mobile phone is among Nokia’s first few to feature Symbian 60 Feature Pack 2, and to anyone who is new to this feature, Feature Pack 2 offers a wide berth of improvements, including a revised calendar viewing mode as well as a spiffy new standby screen. While there are many improvements even Symbian 60 veterans would appreciate, I felt that the Nokia N96 mobile phone’s hardware does not scale performance well with this new operating system.

I found recurring stability and speed issues with the Nokia N96 mobile phone, and tasks where equivalent N-series devices would not break a sweat over would take a second or two longer to execute on this new Nokia N96 mobile phone. While this is not in itself an end of the world scenario, there is certainly need for further optimizations in getting the device to be as zippy and compliant as the rest of its N-series siblings.

However considering that similar issues did plague the old Nokia N95 mobile phone when it was first launched, I am pretty sure that with subsequent updates in firmware (see updates on this below), the Nokia N96 mobile phone will be able to weather some of these early issues in due time.

The Nokia N96 mobile phone comes with DVB-H tuner and it is not exactly a feature we Malaysians will be really looking at since the only way for Malaysians to be able to enjoy watching digital TV locally is to obtain a 018 service.

Another key difference is the fact that the Nokia N96 mobile phone’s stereo speakers are now placed along the right side of the mobile phone in order to capitalize on the device’s landscape orientation, particularly when used in conjunction with the rear kickstand. This makes sense aesthetically, although volume intensity seems to be a notch lower than the Nokia N95 mobile phone’s, but it still works well when used in conjunction with an in-car GPS placeholder, as the speakers would be aimed towards the driver, making sensible for right-hand drive markets.

The Nokia N96 mobile phone expectedly carries on the tradition of being a great overall device, and performs admirably with regards to call quality. There is no discernable difference between Nokia N96 mobile phone and that of the N95 mobile phone in terms of their camera performances, and some might find the dual LED camera light and video light useful. The brevity of having 16 Gigabytes of internal storage is also a difficult feature to ignore on this prepaid mobile phone.

What was a concern with the original Nokia N95 mobile phone version 1 device when it made its debut is now again a concern with the Nokia N96 mobile phone; as the 950mAh battery makes its return. While we can certainly understand the complexity of having to juggle between mobile phone size and physical battery size, I found it perplexing that the Nokia N96 mobile phone would come with a smaller capacity power unit as compared to the Nokia N95 mobile phone 8 gigabytes. This is after all coming from a mobile phone which has a digital TV tuner built-in, and we would certainly expect battery capacity to conform to the additional features.

In the weeks of testing, the Nokia N96 mobile phone is certainly capable of sustaining more than a day of life under moderate usage, but once interaction becomes heavier, recharging will again become a daily affair. It should be noted that the device does bundle an in-car charger, which will greatly aid in sustaining longevity outdoors. Regardless, I still felt that Nokia could have at least bundled a higher capacity to go with the Nokia N96 mobile phone.

To some people the Nokia N96 mobile phone might look as a repackaged Nokia N95 mobile phone with DVB-H and nicer styling, but to most cynics, it ought to be noted that most of its improvements is not just skin deep. There are many improvements under Feature Pack 2 makes the Nokia N96 mobile phone worth revisiting as productivity and multimedia mobile phone. As the spiritual successor to the Nokia N95 mobile phone duo, the Nokia N96 mobile phone is arguably the best of both, but there is one hefty issue that will likely concern you in considering how worthy it is the Nokia N96 mobile phone; the enormity of its price tag.

With the Nokia N95 mobile phone 8 gigabytes still in the market and costing significantly less than the Nokia N96 mobile phone, you do have the option of getting that instead of the brand new Nokia N96 mobile phone should you want an all round media mobile phone of that class. Ultimately, the Nokia N96 mobile phone is itself a strong presentation of how far the N-series has evolved and there is no denying that the Nokia N96 mobile phone represents the holy grail of Nokia’s high-end offering.

The price for this brand new Nokia N96 mobile phone is around USD1000 nowadays and the pack includes the mobile phone, battery, stylus, headset, phone charger, USB cable, car charger, installation CD and also the manual. The mobile phone supports GSM850, 900, 1800, 1900, and also UMTS 2100/900. The phone size is 103x55x18mm and weighs around 125g. This mobile phone is using ARM9 264Mhz processor with 240x320 pixels 2.8 inch screen.

The Nokia N96 mobile phone also supports GPRS, WAP, and EDGE as well as Bluetooth. The camera is exceptionally great as it is 5 mega pixels with auto focus. With the use of additional memory card (microSD) up to 32 gigabytes, you just can’t resist the lust to get this mobile phone as yours.

Now let’s go back to the firmware updates. One of the updates is still image quality has been improved, with fixes for color haziness and motion blur that appeared under certain conditions. There are also fixation had been made to the whole system to avoid the Nokia N97 mobile phones from various factors of crashes. Thank god that now the new update has also avoid the mobile phone from being locked automatically while we watch videos.

Now I can fairly say this not-so-new Nokia N96 mobile phone has all the great features packed into one device. Compared to the previous other mobile phones, the features compiled on this phone are space-age and really are cool. Still, it is best to first check out other mobile phones before you decide to buy one. Be wise, look wise, and spend wisely.


Saturday, December 6, 2008

T-Mobile Prepaid Mobile Phone Credit Balance

Sorry guys but I have to post this one first before I fulfill my promise soon to give some unbiased review about T-Mobile G1 Android in my last review about Nokia N97 is coming to the United States. This time I'll just want to help you guys on how you can check your t-mobile prepaid credit balance since I recently discovered that a lot of people are quite confused about this. They have been trying to search and somehow got themselves here. So as a good Samaritan (ehem!ehem!) who has high social responsibility, I think I should post a short one for you guys especially when I know that prepaid plan is drastically gaining its popularity in the UK and in the US. Not to confuse you or anything, but actually it is quite simple on how you can check your t-mobile prepaid credit balance.

So if you are a t-mobile prepaid plan user, I am glad to inform you that it is not that difficult to find how many minutes or credit balance you have left on your prepaid t-mobile account. I am going to line out few ways of how you can do this. The first method to check your credit balance anytime is by logging in to t-mobile website. I’m sure you know where to go right? This method is best to be used by those who spend most of their time on the web. So if you are one of those, I’m quite surprise if you do not know where to go to check your credit balance.

When you go to the t-mobile site, log yourself into My T-Mobile page. Once logged in, your recent and current credit balance is just sitting there on the homepage. There will be a box titled “Account Balance” and that’s where you should be looking for. You should be able to find other useful information such as how many minutes left and how much money left. You should also be able to find information about when is your To Go minutes going to expire. Pretty simple huh? I recommend you to bookmark the page to make it easier for you to find it the future.

My T-Mobile is actually your t-mobile and it is all about easy access (Malaysian users, is “easy access” sounds familiar?) to the things you need to manage your mobile phone from your account to your plan and other value-added services. There are many things you can do when you get yourself logged on to the portal apart from viewing your account statement. There are also detailed information about minutes that have been used and furthermore, you can opt to get your plan to be upgraded. But make sure you check out other trusted and reliable resources before you upgrade your mobile plan to another prepaid plan. Better to be safe than sorry. This wonderful online application is also useful for you to purchase additional minutes for your t-mobile prepaid phone.

T-Mobile prepaid users (either pay by the day or pay as you go), don’t miss the chance to login into this portal so that you can check out your gold rewards status and get access to lots of other great features such as value-added services. T-Mobile has personalized the application where you can find out just about everything that you need to know to fully utilize your prepaid mobile phone capabilities. So just go and plug yourself in. Oh yes I almost forgot to tell you that at this portal you can also find support for your prepaid mobile phones and that includes utilities to purchase your mobile phone accessories.

Now what if you don’t have the time to google everytime you want to know your credit balance? You spend most of your time socializing yourself in the real world out there. So when it’s time to call up your girlfriend, you suddenly realize you don’t have much credit. Or maybe you do have enough? Well, you can still check the status using t-mobile minute messenger. This is perhaps the best way to find out your credit balance since you just have to use your prepaid mobile phone. Yes you will get the report almost immediately from the mobile phone.

Let's learn how you can check your credit balance using this minute messenger. Again, I must say that it really is very simple to perform this task. You just have to send a dial command code #999#. Voila! You will receive one result with two kinds of data; your current prepaid mobile phone balance and also the expiration date. So go and get yourself prepared if you ever found out you have run out of your airtime. Make sure you put some money to your tmobile phone before you get yourself in trouble.

That's all for now and be patient till I post my review on T-Mobile G1 Android mobile phone. In the meantime if you do have any comment or suggestion please leave it in the comment section and I will try my best to entertain you guys.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Nokia N97 Prepaid Mobile Phone - Review

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The latest buzz in mobile phones industry would be the so-called Nokia N97 which is expected to be launched anytime from this post is created. Nokia company has recently unveiled this new mobile-computer phone I can’t help myself but I want to share my view on the mobile phone too with you guys. Before we go any further into our discussion, let’s read the news first before we go deeper into the mobile phone itself. This one is actually extracted from Business Standard news. If this is true and if the mobile phone ever reach the United States market, I guess other mobile phones like i-Phone from Apple and T-Mobile from Research in Motion (RIM) would have to face the greatest challenge ever from Nokia since the phone is said to have embedded outstanding features from both mobile phones. Read on.

Nokia, the world's largest cellular phone maker, today said it expects the internet to drive sales in the next round of global mobile revolution and launched a high-end smart phone N97 and a few Web-based services, including maps and messaging, under the umbrella brand Ovi.

"We will redefine the internet and bring it to the masses. As much as 75 per cent of the world's population has not used the e-mail. Many of these people will have their first e-mail experience on a mobile phone, not on a personal computer," Nokia President and CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo said addressing the 14th Nokia World 2008 here.

"Mail on Ovi, together with Nokia messaging services, which offers consumers e-mail and instant messaging, brings mobile e-mail to everyone," he said.

Even with so much focus on internet, Nokia is not keen on any big-ticket acquisition to have a stronger presence.

Replying to a query if Nokia would make a bid for global internet company Yahoo!, Pekka said: "We will redefine the internet without making an attempt in that direction."

Kallasvuo while pointing out that no one can escape the current global financial crisis, however, declined to comment on the company's outlook.

Nokia N97, the latest N-series smart phone from the company, is priced at euro 550 (Rs 36,300). It will be available globally from April next year, he said.

When asked about the high price of N97 model, Pekka said Nokia's XpressMusic 5800 phone (Rs 20,000) was well received in India despite being a music-oriented phone.

Wow! Now how about we take a closer look at the N97 mobile phone images down here.
nokia n97 prepaid mobile phone
You know what I think is this is just one of Nokia’s smart marketing strategies where before it even launch the product, they leaks out few information to create the buzz first so the moment the product is available on the market, it will instantly become the bestseller. By the way this Nokia N97 high-end mobile phone has been officially announced at the annual Nokia World event in Barcelona, Spain. It is said to be available in Europe market by mid-2009.

Now the front part is slightly chubbier than iPhone probably because it houses the QWERTY keyboard. Since the day Nokia introduced its first touch-based model, they have been using their own operating system which is Symbian 9.5. As you all may have already known, all Nokia N-series mobile phones are packed with internal memory, processing power, multiple sensors and also connection speeds. This one is better since it has integrated A-GPS (assisted Global Positioning System) sensors as well as smart electronic compass. These are all useful utilities for those who has “second identity” in the internet world and also for those who love to share their social location. In short, friends can virtually be updated with real-time information of your where about.

Unlike its previous phone N96 which is a cutting-edge mobile phone, the Nokia N97 mobile phone is described as the world's most advanced mobile computer. This new mobile phone will not just trigger knee-jerk hysteria, but instead it should breed cool-headed excitement at the prospect of a new era of mobile experience. I can almost see the change in minds of our kids and even among us of what we want as a Christmas gift. Would it be iPhone or Nokia N97 mobile phone? It has been purported that the mobile phone or "mobile-computer" will be around 550 euros.

Let’s take a look into this Nokia N97 storage. It’s 48 Gigabytes my fellow friends! Now how massive is that. This includes 32 Gigabytes of on-board memory which can be expanded to 16 Gigabytes microSD memory card, mainly for music, videos, and other media. Just for your information, Sandisk had recently announced their 16 Gigabytes microSD memory card. From all these developments, I just cannot deny that one day mobile phone could be a trendy lifestyle. You can have almost everything you want on a mobile phone; name it from calling anyone, texting (SMS), listening to your favorite music and songs, watching video clips and movies, watching online television programs, online bookings, reading your favorite blogs, googling, taking high quality pictures, and so on.

The Nokia N97 mobile phone is also equipped with five megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics. If I ever happen to own this model, I believe I will just sell my digital camera which is only 3.0 megapixel. So I can just carry my mobile phone everywhere and take any picture I want. Hey I can even make money selling high resolution pictures! Now the Nokia N97 is said to have resolution of 16:9 DVD quality video capture and from what I read, the mobile phone supports Share on Ovi services for immediate sharing over HSDPA and WLAN.

Now who would want to buy a mobile phone during recession? Why would Nokia launched N97 during this time where most manufacturers are battling for attention in an increasingly competitive environment? I guess the answer is Nokia had carefully planned this launching and thorough judgement has been made to ensure its sale. From what I see, smartphone vendors and wireless carriers around the world have been revamping everything from the mobile phones look and feel to their software and hardware in a heated race to attract end users. In other words, I think Nokia is absolutely ready to grab its own share from the whole mobile phone market with this latest product.

The new N97 from Nokia is said to be shipped in the first half of 2009 and since it is built on the previous Nokia 5800’s features, it is going to mark the latest in a steady stream of N series devices that Nokia has been introducing into the US and European markets this year. Look at the screen, it’s a 3.5-inch widescreen display which can be personalized with widgets and quick icon access to social networking services. Just like the Nokia 5800, this new N97 mobile phone supports Nokia’s Music Store and also Adobe Flash. Flash? This is something that iPhone continues to lack!

In my humble opinion, Nokia is so far the leading mobile phone manufacturer in the world. It keeps on producing innovative and creative product and so far no one could actually deny that fact. Having said that, I am not against any other mobile phone as myself is not using Nokia mobile phone. I'm using local product mobile phone as my preferences are more to what a phone should do; call and SMS. If you are looking for a prepaid mobile phone that is packed with various functions, then this Nokia N97 could be your best option available.

Talking about prepaid mobile phone, a lot of users nowadays prefer to use this plan a lot more are considering on switching the mobile plan. From what I heard, many had also switched to other port like Digi. Well this is a good progress! As a user of prepaid mobile phone myself, I love to see what's next as now we have more and more options and most of them are towards benefiting us from using it. Though last time I used to think to switch to post-paid plan, I kept myself analyzing the advantages and the cons to it. And I've come to a conclusion that prepaid mobile phone plan would be my choice until now. Perhaps until some phone carriers start to promote or introduce a standard contract-based plan that is better in service and have more value-added services.

Let's go back at what I wrote last time in my recent posts such as how to call india from your prepaid mobile phones. I have told you in the post how many people from India country have come and work here in Malaysia. What I'm going to say here might surprise you guys. Do you know that our community here that are using prepaid mobile phones are too small compared to what they have there at India? Yes I read somewhere that everyday thousands if not ten thousands people in India registered themselves to use prepaid mobile phones! This is perhaps another one good reason why you should switch to prepaid plan. That figure itself is and indicator that people prefer to use prepaid mobile phones.

Well maybe some would say that the prepaid mobile phone plan is only suitable for those with low income. I beg to differ though because I know a lot of rich people chose to use prepaid mobile phone plan as the plans are far more conceivable for them in terms of saving money. Like I told you before, using prepaid mobile phone plan means you are the king. You control everything. You have the choice not to top up your phone whenever you do not feel like it. You also have the choice to activate as many value-added services as you want. You will also have the chance to subscribe to anything that is offered by the particular phone service provider.

There is one thing that I don't fancy much about one of the prepaid mobile phone service providers available in Malaysia. I hate it each time I received promotion or any kind of gift sent through SMS. I just don't like it. Just like email spam, I hate seeing the message all over my SMS inbox. I tend to delete them each time I receive the SMS. Yes maybe some of them are good for us if we want to purchase or subscribe but most of the time are just promotion on caller ringtones. Why would I want to be reminded about where to go and purchase ABBA ringtones? And unfortunately there is no where in the message that tells us how we can opt not to receive that kind of promotion.

Ah just forget about that. Maybe the prepaid mobile phone provider had actually put that somewhere in any clause in their terms and conditions the day I subscribed to the plan. But I have to agree that prepaid mobile phone is really is a lucrative business. People subscribe to the prepaid mobile phone plan, people purchase ringtones and caller ringtones, people activated all kinds of value-added services like "Teman 20" or "Maxis Active10", people sharing their credit or airtime, and so on. If I were the provider, I'll do the same thing lol. What drives all this services to keep on being improvised is always money.

Let's talk about t-mobile prepaid mobile plan. Last time I talked about how to switch your t-mobile phone and retain your prepaid plan. In the future I will make a post about the latest development in T-Mobile G1 Android which has integrated Google nicely into it. It seems like this year looks set to be a vintage one for sophisticated hand-held devices and smartphones, with Nokia and Google/T-1 seeking to challenge Apple's iPhone and the fast-growing BlackBerry range. I have also read somewhere about the t mobile sidekick mobile phone. I'm still doing some research on it before I can actually post something useful for you guys.

I do have something that I want to confess here. In the future I will try to restrain myself from making any kind of Mymode prepaid promotion. I have far more important thing to do apart from selling prepaid cards and making money from it. I'm not saying that I'm not anymore selling it, it just that I have a new mission now in making money online and I believe I can actually make a lot of money from it. I will share my experience in the future.

I have something else that I want to share here. Recently I came across a magazine. I thought it's just another cheap-in-quality mobile phone magazine. But when i went through it, I have to say that it's a good magazine. It's called Mobile World. I will make a post about this magazine in the future due to the fact that it's a good resource for all of us. Though it's a Malaysian mobile phone magazine, still it is a good resource for anyone around the world. No, I didn't make any money from promoting this magazine, it's just that I feel it's good to share something that is worth reading it. Value for money, value for knowledge.

In short, counting down to 2009 would be an interesting thing to do for me as more and more new mobile phones are coming along the way. The competition is tighter than ever and I just can't imagine what else would come in the near future. If last time we used to think that iPhone is the pinnacle of mobile phone industry, now we know that there is a lot more coming. More for us actually. Now before I stop here, let's take a look at one of the first telephone created about 112 years ago and this one is from Sweden. Telephone? Yes they called it telephone...;-)

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Call India From Your Prepaid Mobile Phone

Update: Save up to 95% anywhere in the world from any phone @

During the last weekend I spent most of my time watching movies on DVD. I have no preferences at that time so I just watched anything ranging from Hollywood movies and also some bollywood movies. One thing I love about watching hindi movies is the duration for each movie can take from two and a half hours up to three hours. What a way to spend my ample time! During watching though I suddenly wonder how many Indians have came and work here in Malaysia? Do they have any families back in India? How do they keep in touch with their families in India? Via mobile phone or mail? Email perhaps?

Now when I say Indians here it means I am talking about those who are from India not those who are Malaysians. If you were born in Malaysia, then you are a Malaysian though your ancestors were originated from India. So I prefer to call you a Malaysian and for those who came from India, they are Indians. I hope you get that right ok? There are many of them especially in Selangor area and Johor area.

So I spent some time for the last two days researching on this and I was surprised to know that there are actually a lot of Indians work here in Malaysia. They work in various fields ranging from professional jobs to simple jobs. Of course you see a lot of them here working in Indian restaurant or we affectionately called “mamak” restaurant but do you know that there are a lot of them working in professional fields? Some of them are experts in IT sector and also other pro sectors. There are lawyers, doctors, and there are also musicians.

India is big country and in fact they are one of the countries that have biggest population in the world. To name a few places like Calcutta, Bombay, and Bangalore, these places are crowded with people. You can see why there are a lot of them chose to work abroad as there are too many competition there to get a job. Why not? If I had the chance to work somewhere in the US or maybe in the United Kingdom, which I can earn more than what I earn here, I will always take the chance. But I must say that I salute the guys who came here and left their families far far away just to earn some money. Hey I think they make quite a lot of money here. Some even managed to go back every month to their country. This number could be increasing in the later future as AirAsia had got landing right there in India. Pretty cool huh?
Communicating between the two countries has been made very easy since the introduction of calling cards. It used to be hard to call up India last time since you have to go to public phones and call up the operator first. Now the long distance call to India has become quite easy and you should not have problem to call as long as you know what the country code is. Make sure you dial up 00 first on your prepaid mobile phone either Digi or Maxis before you put in the country code for India.

It used to cost a lot to call India but not anymore nowadays. There are many calling cards available and easy to be purchased either offline or online. How to find it is all up to you and be sure to first check and make comparison before you purchase anything. Sometimes the card is cheap but the talk time could be costing you a lot. Make sure you choose the correct plan if you want to call up India from Malaysia. Don’t fall trap into cheapest IDD call rate unless you have read them well. If you are looking for one, I recommend you to make comparison at least for three different plans. Check the call rates, the price, and also how compatible the plan is. You should be fine then.

Have a good day!

Mobile Phones Around The World

Mobile phones have been used by people all over the world simply for its capability to let us communicate easily anytime and anywhere. The rapid technology advancement has let the usage of mobile phones to be something that you shall not miss at all. Landline phones are becoming obsolete these days though they are still widely used for business purposes and mainly in offices and workplaces.

The trend these days is to have a good-looking mobile phone and also what are special features added to the mobile phone. It is very common these days to see a mobile phone that has integrated auto-focus camera into it as well as the capability to play music and songs. From polyphonic ringtones to MP3 ringtones, mobile phones have been massively integrated all trendy features and therefore it is hard not to miss the opportunities to have a mobile phone and enjoy all these entertainment.

This blog is dedicated to provide you all information that is relevant to mobile phones. If you take some time to read the blog, you may find articles on these categories:

- Prepaid mobile phones plans - "prepaid plan" is a term that is widely used to describe mobile phone plan that needs you to pay for the service and the mobile phone first before you can use it. Other terms are pay-as-you-go mobile phone plan and also flexpay mobile plan.

- Post-paid mobile phone plans - "post-paid" is a term used to describe contract-based mobile plan where you are bonded to a contract for at least a year whenever you subscribe to the mobile plan.

- Business mobile phones - communication amongst employees are important as well as among your business partners. There are many benefits to be gained when you choose the right busines mobile phone plan.

- Smart mobile phones - fondly known as "smartphones", these type of mobile phone are usually integrated with a lot of tech features that allow you to have a computer-like mobile phone in your hand.

- Camera mobile phones

- Music mobile phones

- 3G mobile phones - the term "3G" is used to simply identify the mobile phone capability in various type of communication. The first time mobile phone was introduced, it can only receive inbound calls and make outbound calls. Later the 2G mobile phones has the ability to send and receive short message service (SMS) as well as picture messages. 3G mobile phones can be used to receive and send video messages as well as video calls.

- International phone cards - whenever you travel abroad, it is a good move to get yourself to get an international prepaid phone card where it can be used with your current mobile phone so you won't have problem to contact your business colleagues or your family.

- International mobile phones - Can you still use your mobile phone outside of your home country? I've discovered a lot of information on this question and I will try to explain about it in my own way.

- Satellite mobile phones - these type of mobile phones are just the excellent choice where you don't have to worry at all about the network coverage. You can get reception from almost anywhere with satellite mobile phones no matter where your location is. If you travel abroad, then maybe you should rent one of these mobile phones.

- Comparison between mobile phone plans - reviews are given on various mobile phone plans available. If possible, I will also try to include personal reviews given by the mobile plan users.

-"How to" information on your mobile phone - I will try my level best to share my knowledge on mobile phones. Tips and tricks to be used to tweak your mobile phones are given here. Yes, the information provided here are for free.

The Least Extreme Group of Mymode That Make Money Online

I feel obliged to inform you that we are neither Mymode favourite team nor the best agents too. We are part of the so-called extreme group PrepaidForYou. Our strive for success in making money online with mobile prepaid Mymode is the only reason we plunged ourselves into the fierceful world of internet marketing.

Marketing your products online is a tough job.

Making money out of them is even tougher.

Here we are, dedicated to guide you in achieving your target and dreams to successfully make money online selling prepaid phone cards and top up cards.

Please take some time to learn more about the business and from this blog, you will learn;

how to make residual income simply by using your prepaid phone

how to earn massive amount of income from Mymode business

how to target your audience either locally or internationally and eventually from there you will receive the sweetest reward (money of course lol)

What is Mymode And How to Make Money from It Unbiased Short Review

Mymode is a solution to your quest to save more money while using your prepaid phone service in Malaysia. Major telecommunication providers in Malaysia are TM, Maxis Malaysia, Digi Telecommunication, and also Celcom Malaysia. Engaging itself into this lucrative prepaid business, Mymode has managed to properly established itself and able to receive recognition from Maybank and CIMB.

Many have claimed that the only purpose of joining Mymode is to save your money while using your prepaid service daily. Honestly that is only the rough idea and perhaps the first reason why you look for answers to save your money. Joining Mymode is truly the first step to open the path to earn residual income and perhaps one day you will be able to make silly amount of money like five to six figures a month.

I would like to apologize to any of my visitors if you fail to find any useful information about Mymode mobile phone and prepaid business. This blog is meant to guide you, not to teach or preach you what you must do to earn money online with Mymode. We learnt the hard way to put ourselves visible on the internet. You on the other hand have the advantage to override the time taken by following our guidelines. If you have the crave to learn how to make money online during recession time, then Mymode could be your first choice until you are ready enough to learn other paths to make money.

Can you make money from using Maxis Hotlink prepaid?

If you are a long time user of Hotlink, then I believe you have more than the knowledge on how Maxis charges you for anything and everything. Why waste the money for things you do not really need when you can actually earn money from it? You may not be as rich as Ananda Krishnan, the owner of Maxis Malaysia, but at least you can earn some money from all the telcos though you stick with Maxis Hotlink.

What if I use Celcom Xpax?

I know that sometimes you don't have the courage to try switching from one service to another. You might say that you are not sure about the advantages of other phone plans or network. Frankly say, that unsure feeling is just something you developed inside you due to successful marketing strategy from Celcom. Either using Celcom Xpax or Blue, it won't matter and you don't have to worry much if you plan to switch to Hotlink or Digi. Remember, at this time the cost to change or transfer is still free and therefore take advantage of that. Change and try it for a month and then you can always change back to your original provider. However, as far as money is concern, go for package that offers you lower call rates and that will absolutely help you to earn more money when you join Mymode.

Senarai Nombor Telefon Ejen Mymode Prepaid|Mymode Agents Cell Phone Numbers

Primary Contact Number:
Area Selangor|KL|Negeri Sembilan
012-241-5054 - Maxis Hotlink - Johari

Negeri Sembilan|KL
017-358-3658 - Maxis Hotlink - Khai

014-808-4051 - Maxis/Digi - Nor Ashikin

Johor Bahru
017-781-8114 - Maxis Hotlink - Aqib

012-651-5113 - Maxis Hotlink - Irfan

012-709-4914 - Maxis Hotlink - Baby

013-388-1572 - Celcom - Azizi

Johor Bahru
012-640-0955 - Maxis - Qila

Johor Bahru
017-769-5277 - Maxis Hotlink - Rozy

Maxis Hotlink SMS Instructions

How to topup your Maxis Hotlink Prepaid Mobile Phones

Dialing command : *111*Topup Pin Code#

How to Share your Prepaid Maxis Hotlink Credit TopUp

How to Check Your Credit Balance for Maxis Hotlink

Dialing command : *122#

How to access Hotlink Easy Menu

Dialing command : *100#

How to check Maxis Hotlink Rewards Points

Access Hotlink Easy Menu and choose options 7-7-1

How to activate Hotlink Super Savers Talk and SMS

How to activate Maxis Hotlink Activ10

Find Your T-Mobile phone coverage using this Superb Checker

Digi Prepaid I Like SMS Instructions

How to access DiGi Talktime Services menu

Dialling command : *128#

How to Reload or topup your DiGi Prepaid FuYoh

Dialling command : *123*(16-digit reload number)#

How to Share Your Prepaid Digi Credits Talktime Transfer

How to get advance credit for your Digi Prepaid Plus

Celcom Prepaid SMS Instructions

How to topup your Celcom Xpax Prepaid Account Using Code

Dial *122* 16-digit topup code#

How to reload Celcom Blue Prepaid Using SMS

Sms command : rec 16-digit topup code

Send to : 2888

How to check your Celcom Prepaid Credit Balance

Dial command : *124#

Sms command code: just type "bal" and send to 2888

Call center : dial 1990

How to share your Celcom Airtime

How to activate Celcom Blue Teman 20

Five simple reasons why and how you should transfer from Maxis Hotlink to Celcom Xpax

Bonus Hello Sunday

With Celcom Xpax, you will get free calls on all your Sundays!

Birthday Bonus Celcom

You can get free calls and SMS for seven days!

Two years airtime expiry date

You can choose either one or two years!

Fastest prepaid mobile phones network

Celcom 3G and HSDPA speeds can go as high as 3.6Mbps

Best customer service ever

Celcom has received two years back to back champion for 2006 and 2007